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|Also Known As||:||Not-Known|
|Date of Birth||:||15 March 1976|
|Height||:||in centimeters- 185 cm|
in meters- 1.85 m
in Feet Inches- 6'1"
|Eye Colour||:||Black and Brown|
|Hair Colour||:||Brown and Black|
|Address||:||Muncipal Industrial EState,off dr.e.Moses road,Worli,Mumbai|
|Mother Name||:||Late Ajit Singh Deol|
|Father Name||:||Usha Deol|
|Spouse / Partner :||:||Not-Known|
Favorites, Social Links, Money Factor, Etc.
|Favorites||:||Favorite Food Thai,Chinese cuisine,Tiramisu,Kajubarfi |
Favorite Actor Salman Khan ,Hrithik Roshan
Favorite Actress Angelina Jolie
Favorite Sports Cricket
|Famous As||:||Actor, Producer|
Biography & Biodata
Abhay Deol (also known as Abhay Singh Deol, born March 15, 1976) is an Indian film actor and film producer in Hindi. Born into the influential Deol family of Hindi cinema, he began playing at a young age in the theater productions of his school. Deol debuted on screen in 2005 with Socha Na Tha, Imtiaz Ali's romantic comedy.
After the modest success of his debut, Deol received praise for his performances in such films as Manorama Six Feet Under (2007), which earned him the Best Actor Award at the Indo-American Arts Council Film Festival and Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye! (2008). His decisive role came in 2009 with Dev's lead role in Anurag Kashyap's Dev.Dan, a critical and commercial hit, a modern adaptation of the classic novel Bengali Devdas. With the success of the film, Deol gained wider recognition and further praise from movie critics.
Deol appeared primarily in independent films early in his career, but that changed in 2011 when he starred in Zoya Akhtar's Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, a road movie that became one of Bollywood's most profitable films . His performance in the film was well received, and earned him his first nomination for Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor. Deol has since appeared in commercially successful films including the drama Raanjhanaa (2013) and the romantic comedy Happy Bhag Jayegi (2016), while simultaneously working in independent films including the war movie Chakravyuh (2012) and the political thriller Shanghai ( 2012).
Deol continues to capture attention for his portrayal of complex characters on screen, and he is noisy in his support for parallel cinema in India. He has often been labeled as a nonconformist or unconventional actor by Indian media. Deol owns a production company, Forbidden Films, created in 2009. In addition to his acting career, Deol is also an active philanthropist and supports various NGOs.
Deol was born into a Sikh family in Ajit Singh Deol and Usha Deol. He is the nephew of Actor Dharmendra, and cousin of Esha Deol, Ahana Deol, Bobby Deol and Sunny Deol. Abhay Deol said in an interview with Rediff that he is acting not because of his father, but because he has been involved in theater since school. "At 18, I decided to take the plunge, it took me 10 years because I did not want to leave my education to enter the cinema."
Early and early success (2005-07)
Deol made his film debut in Socha Na Tha of Imtiaz Ali 2005, a romantic comedy in which he played against Ayesha Takia. The film garnered most of the positive reviews from critics and was an average box office grosser. Deol's performance in the film was well received. Her second film role was Ahista Ahista in 2006. Deol's first release in 2007 was the multi-sport comedy drama Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd that emerged as a box office success.  Deol had two other releases in the year, the detective film Ek Chalis Ki Last Local and the thriller Manorama Six Feet Under. The latter won the Best Film Award at the Mahindra Indo-American Arts Council Film Festival in New York, and Deol won Best Actor.
Breakthrough and ramp-up (2008-11)
The only release of Deol in 2008 was the black comedy movie Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye! Directed by Dibakar Banerjee, the film had Deol portrayed a compulsive thief, Devinder Singh a.k.a Bunty, and the plot of the film follows his exploits.  lucky Oye! Lucky Oye! was critically acclaimed, but suffered tremendously from its launch one day after the 2008 bombings in Mumbai, which caused widespread fear of overcrowded places.
The decisive role of Deol came in 2009 when he played the main character of Anurag Kashyap's 2009 Neo-Black film, Dev.Das, a modern adaptation of Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay's classic Bengali love novel. The idea behind the film was designed by Kashyap in a conversation with Deol where he talked about a man attending a strip club in Los Angeles as a "modern devdas". Dev D. received special attention for his distinctive visual style, experimental soundtrack and unprecedented narrative structure for a Bollywood film. 4 of 5 stars for Times of India, Nikhat Kazmi viewed Deol's performance as a film "class act". Deol appeared alongside Tannishtha Chatterjee in Road, Movie Deol made a cameo appearance for an article number in the movie Tera Kya Hoga Johnny in 2010. In 2009, Deol launched a production company, Forbidden Films, whose film was taken over by Junction.