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|Deepak Tijori is an Indian director and actor who works in Bollywood and Gujarati films. He is known for his roles in Aashiqui (1990), Khiladi (1992), Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar (1992), Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa (1993), Anjaam (1994), Ghulam (1998) and Baadshah (1999). He also played the lead role in Pehla Nasha (1993). Tijori started his career as a director with Oops! (2003), a film about male strippers. This was followed by Fareb (2005), Khamoshh ... Ki Raat (2005), Tom, Dick and Harry (2006) and Fox (2009). Thriller at 10 - Fareb, a mini-television series produced by Tijori won the 2001 Indian Television Academy Awards in the best mini-series category. He made his latest film, Do Lafzon Ki Kahani, released in 2016.Tijori was also the roommate on Bigg Boss 1 (2006). His wife is a fashion designer and his brother-in-law Kabir Sadanand is a director.
Tijori was educated at Narsee Monjee College in his hometown of Mumbai. While at university, Tijori joined an amateur theater group. Aamir Khan, Ashutosh Gowariker, Paresh Rawal and Vipul Shah were also members of the same group. His friends influenced him to pursue a career in cinema, in which, at the beginning of his career, he fought. He said in an interview with Rediff.com "For three years, I sat outside the office trying to talk to the producers I managed to do small roles, which were very pathetic . " for Cine Blitz magazine and also as hotel manager.
Leats Read: Pawan Klayan, Prabhs Darling, Mahesh Babu, NTR
Profile ( Personal Info)
|Real Name||:||Deepak Tijori|
|Age||:||56 years in (2018)|
|Profession||:||Actor, Director, Producer|
|Date of Birth||:||28 August 1961|
|Eye Color||:||Dark Brown|
|Born In||:||Mumbai, Maharashtra, India|
|Height in Feet Inches||:||5’ 8”|
Wife / Spouse / Partner Photos Details
|Wife||:||Shivani Tijori (Fashion Designer, Separated)|
Children Photos Details
Father - Brother - Mother - Sister -Relatives (Family Photos)
|Favorite Actress||:||Sri Devi|
|Favorite Actor||:||Aamir Khan|
Qualification ( Education, School and College )
|College/ University||:||Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics, Mumbai|
|Educational and Qualification||:||Graduate|
Tijori played minor characters in Tera Naam Mera Naam (1988), Parbat Ke Us Paar (1988) and Main Tera Dushman (1989) before appearing as one of the killer of the antagonist in Kroadh by Shashilal K. Nair (1990). Tijori's first major role came when Mahesh Bhatt threw him to play the role of protagonist's friend in his romantic drama Aashiqui (1990). The film proved to be a commercial success and his hand gestures in the film were largely copied by the youth of the time.He played minor roles in Afsana Pyar Ka (1991) and Kaun Kare Kurbanie (1991). In the same year, he was screened by Bhatt for supporting roles in two of his films; Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin romantic drama and the romantic thriller Sadak. This last film was loosely based on Martin Scorsese's Taxi Driver (1976) and Tijori played a man who was killed by a pimp after he ran away with one of the prostitutes.
In 1992, he appeared in the Khiladi suspense of Abbas-Mustan alongside Akshay Kumar, Ayesha Jhulka and Sabeeha. Tijori played Boney and was paired with Sabeeha. Khiladi was a commercial success. Tijori's next major role came with Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar , Mansoor Khan's sports drama, with Aamir Khan, in which Tijori played Shekhar Malhotra, a successful and arrogant cyclist. the inter-school championship each year. Akshay Kumar had auditioned and Milind Soman had been signed for the role of Malhotra before Tijori played it. Rediff.com ranked Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar ninth in his list of top 10 Bollywood college films.
Tijori made his debut as a director in 2003, with an adult film about male strippers Oops! He was also credited as a producer and writer. The film was produced on a budget of 2.5 crore and considered controversial because of the subject and initially it faced problems with the Central Board of Film Certification.
The film was published in two versions - Hindi and English. India Today called the leadership of Tijori Amateur and described the film as "an example of a brave new breed". Oops! did not receive favorable reviews but turned out to be a turning point in the career of actress Mink Brar.His next project is Fareb (2005), starring Shilpa Shetty and Shamita Shetty . Like his previous film, Fareb also had problems with the censorship council and received a certificate implying that he was to be watched only by the adult audience. He received negative reviews.
In the same year, he directed the Khamoshh thriller ... K? Ry Ki Raat starring Shilpa Shetty, Juhi Chawla, Rakhi Sawant and debutante Kainaaz Perveez. The film received a mixed response. The following year, Tijori directed the comedy Tom, Dick and Harry (2006). In a magazine for India Today, Anupama Chopra called it the worst film of the year.
He played the role of a roommate in the first season of Bigg Boss, replacing Salil Ankola. Ankola had signed an agreement with Balaji Telefilms, which prevented it from participating in or acting in television programs made by other production companies that "compete directly or indirectly with Balaji Telefilms". On the seventh day, the Bombay High Court ordered Ankola to leave the house or face criminal charges.
He was replaced by Tijori. During Tijori's stay at Bigg Boss's home, his wife Shivani Tijori texted friends, family members and the media to help Tijori out of the house. After being expelled from the show, Tijori said he would make a movie based on the show.
Tijori's production company, Tijori Films, has produced soap operas. One of his most popular soap operas was Rishtey, a turning point in the career of actor Murali Sharma.Tijori directed the action sequences in several of his serial publications.He also planned to produce 1984 - Black October, a film based on the assassination of Indira Gandhi and the riots that followed, with Hollywood actors. He hired a casting director for that. Tijori himself starred in the television series Bombay Blue and produced suspense series like Saturday Suspense, KH, Dial 100 and X-Zone. Thriller at age 10 - Fareb, a TV miniseries produced by Tijori, won the 2001 Indian Television Academy Awards in the category of best mini-series.
Leats Read: Salman Khan, Bollywood Badsha, Pooja Hegde, Rakul Preeti, Vijay Devarakonda
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