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Dev ( Bengali Actor) : Profile, Biography, Biodata, Family, wife, Son, Daughter, Father, Mother, Children, Photos







Name:Deepak Adhikari
Also Known As:Dev, Raju
Date of Birth:25 December 1982
Age:(as in 2017) 35 Years
Height:in centimeters- 185 cm
in meters- 1.85 m
in feet inches- 6’ 1”
Zodiac sign/Sun sign:Capricorn
Eye Colour:Black and Brown
Hair Colour:Brown and Black
Born In:Village Keshpur, Mahisha, Paschim Medinipur, West Bengal, India
Nationality:Indian
Religion:Hinduism
Address:Town Chandrakona, West Bengal, India
Education:Educational Qualification Diploma in in Computer Engineering, Diploma in Acting.
School Purushottam High School, Bandra, Mumbai, India
College Bharati Vidyapeeth University, Pune, Mumbai, India

Dev Bengali Actor Family Details

Mother Name:Mousumi Adhikari (Housewife)
Father Name:Gurudas Adhikari (Caterer)
Siblings:Sister- Deepali (Married)
Chidrens ( Son & Daughter):Not-Known
Spouse / Partner / Wife::Not-Known
Relatives:Not-Known

Dev Bengali Actor Favorites, Social Links, Money Factor, Etc.

Favorites:Favourite Colours Red, Blue
Favourite Sport Cricket
Favourite Perfume Lacoste
Favourite Food Chicken Biryani
Favourite Actors Raj Kapoor, Rajesh Khanna, Govinda, Abhishek Bachchan
Favourite Actress Rukmini Maitra
Net Worth:Not Known
Famous As:Not-Known
Twitter:Not-Known
Facebook:Not-Known
Website:Not-Known

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Dev ( Bengali Actor) Biography,  Profile, Biodata, Family, wife, Son, Daughter, Father, Mother, Children, Photos
Dev ( Bengali Actor) Biography,  Profile, Biodata, Family, wife, Son, Daughter, Father, Mother, Children, Photos


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Dev Bengali Actor Biography & Biodata

Dev was born on December 25, 1982 in Mahisha, a small village near Keshpur, Gurudas Adhikari and Mousumi Adhikari. Her father had a catering service and her mother was a housewife. His nickname is Raju. He spent his childhood living with his maternal uncle in Chandrakona and his sister, Deepali. Later in his childhood, he moved to Mumbai and attended Purushottam High School in Bandra, where he was a good student. Her sister, Deepali Adhikari, married on August 9, 2015 in Anirban.
He also did a theater class at the Kishore Namit Kapoor Academy. In an interview with The Times of India, Dev recalled that when his school was closed for the summer, he went outside Prahaar: The Final Attack with his father, where Nana Patekar was shooting. He described it as more family vacation for them and the job did not seem to work. As a child, it was the first time he had tasted movies. Although it was his first, life continued to be the same for the next two years. The family was based in Mumbai and Dev often accompanied his father to the concerts of Abbas-Mustan and Prakash Jha, among others. There were times when his father was busy with other things and he had to stop. Although he could not cook, he did groceries and watched for his father. He also said there were times when he washed the plates and served food. After graduating from Bharatiya Vidyapeeth University, Pune, in computer science, Dev returned to Mumbai and began his film career as an observer on the set of Taarzan of Abbas-Mustan: The Wonder Car


Dev Bengali Actor Career
Dev made his acting debut with the 2005 film Agnishapath, directed by Prabir Nandi, opposite Rachana Banerjee. The film did not perform well at the box office. At this point, I Love You, directed by Ravi Kinnagi, was in development at Shree Venkatesh Films. Dev met the producers and won the male lead. Despite the financial success of I Love You, Dev did not take on any other roles for about 14 months. He went to Mumbai, and, dedicated to self-improvement, learned dance and trained himself in combat choreographer Aejaz Gulab (from Shootout to Lokhandwala and to the fame of Mission Istaanbul).
2008-10: return and success
Dev at the Shree Venkatesh Films office in 2010
Dev made a comeback in the action-romance challenge of director Raj Chakraborty, opposite Subhashree Ganguly. The film was a huge success in West Bengal, giving Dev a resurgence in popularity.
Dev has performed songs like "Pante Tali" and Chirodini Tumi Je Amar. The tracks and videos were very successful. He also played an additional number in the film Jackpot, directed by Kaushik Ganguly. [10] The song was a remake of "Jibone ki Pabona", a piece originally performed by Bengali actor Soumitra Chatterjee. Dev appeared as a cameo in Ekti Tarar Khonje directed by Abhik Mukhopadhyay.
Television

In November 2011, during a special appearance in the soap opera of Raj Chakraborty, Sobinoy Nibedon in Sananda TV, surrounded by beauties, Dev showed his Romeo side, dancing on "Friend Romeo", "Khokababu jaye", "Gal mitthi mitthi bowl". "and" Paglu thoda her karle romance. "" I wish Naina and Joydeep a very happy couple life, "Dev said later, and again in March 2012, Dev appeared on a special" Ronger Anandey "show in Sananda TV.
In April 2010 and again in December 2011, he entered as a special guest in Mirakkel Akkel Challenger, an Indian reality show about Zee Bangla hosted by Mir Afsar Ali and directed by Subhankar Chattopadhyay. He is also invited as a special guest in many shows such as Dadagiri Season 2, Season 4, etc. Dev became the head coach and judge of Dance Bangla Dance in the eighth season of the show, replacing Mithun Chakraborty

Dev gave many performances on stage and participated in several concerts. In 2007, he starred in the 2007 Bengal Film Journalists Association Awards (BFJA). In 2009, he played in ETV Bangla Prahama in a Bengali ETV Bangla TV channel. He also played in a concert, my Mon Mane Na concert in 2009. Being an excellent dancer, he is also a brilliant stage artist. He has also participated in numerous ceremonies such as Star Jalsha Entertaintment Awards 2009, Star Jalsha Entertaintment Awards 2010, Zee Banglar Gourav Samman 2011, Star Jalsha Entertaintment Awards 2011, Jaya Hey, Zee Bangalar Gourav Samman 2012.
Movie List 


Year
Title
Role
Notes
2006AgnishapathJeetDebut in The Tollywood Film Industry
2007I Love YouRahulRemake of the Telugu film Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana
2008Premer KahiniAkashRemake of Kannada Movie Mungaru Male
Chirodini Tumi Je AmarUnknownCameo appearance, Remake of Tamil film Kaadhal
Mon Mane NaRahulRemake of American romantic comedy movie French Kiss
2009JackpotUnknownCameo appearance
ChallengeAbirRemake of Tamil film Kuthu
Paran Jai Jaliya ReRazRemake of 2007 Hindi film Namastey London
DujoneAkashRemake of Telugu film Nuvvu Nenu
2010Bolo Na Tumi AamarAbhishekRemake of Telugu film Happy
Le ChakkaAbirRemake of Tamil film Chennai 600028
Ekti Tarar KhonjeHimselfCameo appearance
Dui PrithibiShibuRemake of the Telugu film Gamyam
Shedin Dekha HoyechiloAbirRemake of Telugu film Parugu
2011PagluDevRemake of Telugu film Devadasu
2011RomeoSiddhartha Roy (Sidhu)Remake of the Telugu movie Konchem Ishtam Konchem Kashtam
2012KhokababuAbir/KhokaRemake of a Telugu film Dhee
Paglu 2DevRemake of 2011 Telugu film Kandireega
Challenge 2Abhiraj RoyRemake of Telugu film Dookudu
Bawali UnlimitedJayCameo appearance
2013Khoka 420Krish/KrishnaRemake of Brindavanam
RangbaazRazRemake of Telugu film Chirutha
Chander PaharShankar Roy Chowdhury
2014Obhishopto NightyHimselfCameo appearance
BindaasAbhimanyuRemake of Telugu film Mirchi
Buno HaanshAmalBased on a novel by Samaresh Majumdar of the same name
Yoddha: The WarriorRudra/AbhiRemake of Telugu movie Magadheera
2015HerogiriShuvo/RazRemake of Telugu movie Balupu
Sudhu Tomari Jonyo[64]Adi SenRemake of Tamil movie Raja Rani
ArshinagarRonojoy MitraThe screenplay is an adaptation of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet
2016Kelor KirtiGuruRemake of Tamil film Charlie Chaplin and Hindi film No Entry
Love Express (2016 film)[65]Raktim Prasad Gangopadhay(Lal)Remake of Tamil film Venkatadri Express
ZulfiqarMarkaz Ali / MarcusThe film is based on adaptation of two of William Shakespeare’s tragedies: Julius Caesar and Antony and Cleopatra
2017Chaamp[66]ShibajiFirst Production Film & this original story was written by Dev
CockpitCaptain Dibyendu RakshitFilming (Based on True Incidents)
DhumketuFilming
Amazon ObhijaanShankar Roy ChowdhuryFilming
2018KabirKabirFilming
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