Sunny Deol filmography

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Deol at the premiere of Ahista Ahista

Ajay Singh Deol (born 19 October 1956) better known as Sunny Deol is an Indian film actor, director and producer having acted in over 100 films in Bollywood, who made his image as a superstar in the 90s decade and has earned various accolades including two each National Film Awards and Filmfare Awards.[1]

Deol debuted in his father's production Betaab (1983) directed by Rahul Rawail, which was a blockbuster at the box office. It was followed by numerous roles in some other films of that decade including Arjun (1985), Sultanat (1986) and Dacait (1987).[2] In 1989, his role as a police officer in Tridev was highlighted and he also appeared in ChaalBaaz; both were among the top 5 highest earning films of the year.[3]

Deol began the new decade with lead role of a boxer in another of his father's productions Ghayal, directed by debutante Rajkumar Santoshi, which became the year's 2nd top-grossing film. It established and won him the Filmfare Award for Best Actor and National Film Award for Best Actor.[4] He was listed as the top action hero of this decade, loved by the public for his action scenes and also appreciated for his dialogues. In 1993, Deol reunited with Santoshi to play an alcoholic lawyer in the highly successful social drama Damini and was awarded the Filmfare Award and National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor.[5] That year, his character of an lieutenant army officer in Yash Chopra's blockbuster psychological thriller Darr earned him a Filmfare Award for Best Actor nomination.[6] However, his films in 1994 and 1995 were unable to attract audience at the box office, but he again became box office king in 1996 appearing as a criminal on Raj Kanwar's action film Jeet. He also worked with Santoshi a third time in the super-duper successful Ghatak (1996).[7] Though his 1998 film Salaakhen didn't perform well, Deol was critically acclaimed for his role. Three years later, he produced and directed his brother's starrer Dillagi (1999), in which he had a lead role too, but the film failed to gain success.[8]

In 2001, Deol featured as a Sikh truck driver who loves a Muslim woman in Anil Sharma's patriotic action drama portraying the India-Pakistan partition of 1947, Gadar: Ek Prem Katha, opposite Amisha Patel. The film became the highest-grossing Hindi film up until then in mainstream cinema earning over 1.3 billion (US$17 million) worldwide and he was nominated for Filmfare Award for Best Actor once again.[9] In the same year, he worked in another highly successful action thriller film Indian (2001).[10] He went on to appear in several films co-starring his father and brother, such as Apne (2007) and the Yamla Pagla Deewana film series (2011–18).[11] In 2016, Deol directed and starred in a sequel to Ghayal, but it flopped commercially. After playing opposite Preity Zinta in Bhaiaji Superhit (2018), he launched and directed his elder son as an actor in the romantic thriller Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas (2019).[12]

Films[edit]

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Title Role Director(s) Notes Ref(s)
1983 Betaab Sunny Kapoor Rahul Rawail Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor[13] [14]
1984 Sunny Sunny Inderjit Raj Khosla [15]
Manzil Manzil Vijay (Sonu) Nasir Hussain [16]
Sohni Mahiwal Mahiwal/Mirza Izzat Beg Umesh Mehra
Latif Faiziyev
[17]
1985 Arjun Arjun Malvankar Rahul Rawail [18]
Zabardast Sunder Kumar/Shyam Nasir Hussain [19]
1986 Sultanat Sultan Mukul S. Anand [20]
Saveray Wali Gaadi Ravidas Bharathiraja [21]
Samundar Ajit Rahul Rawail [22]
1987 Dacait Arjun Yadav Rahul Rawail [23]
1988 Paap Ki Duniya Suraj/Ashok Shibu Mitra [24]
Ram-Avtar Ram Sunil Hingorani [25]
Yateem Krishna J. P. Dutta [26]
Inteqam Ajay / Birju[a] Rajkumar Kohli [27]
1989 Vardi Ajay Kumar Singh Umesh Mehra [28]
Joshilaay Dara Sibte Hassan Rizvi [29]
Tridev Karan Saxena Rajiv Rai [30]
ChaalBaaz Suraj Pankaj Parashar [31]
Nigahen: Nagina Part II Anand Harmesh Malhotra [32]
Main Tera Dushman Gopal Vijay Reddy Special Appearance [33]
Aag Ka Gola Vikram Singh / Shankar 'Shaka' David Dhawan [34]
1990 Majboor Sunil Rama Rao Tatineni [35]
Kroadh Ajay 'Ajju' V. Shukla Shashilal K. Nair [36]
Ghayal Ajay Mehra Rajkumar Santoshi
National Film Award – Special Jury Award[37]
Filmfare Award for Best Actor[13]
[38]
Badnam Himself Shibu Mitra Special Appearance
Bengali Language Film
[39]
1991 Vishnu-Devaa Vishnu Prasad / Vishnu Subramaniam / Jack D'Souza K. Pappu [40]
Yodha Karan Srivastav Rahul Rawail [41]
Shankara Shankara Sudarshan Nag [42]
Narsimha Narsimha N. Chandra [43]
1992 Vishwatma Prabhat Singh Rajiv Rai [44]
1993 Lootere Karan Chopra Dharmesh Darshan [45]
Kshatriya Vinay Pratap Singh (Surjangarh) J. P. Dutta [46]
Damini Govind Shrivastava Rajkumar Santoshi National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor[47]
Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor[13]
[48]
Izzat Ki Roti Jeet K. Pappu [49]
Veerta Mangal Singh Shibu Mitra [50]
Gunaah Ravi Sohni Mahesh Bhatt [51]
Darr Sunil Malhotra Yash Chopra Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor[13] [52]
1994 Insaniyat Karim Lala Tony Juneja [53]
Imtihaan Raja Harry Baweja [54]
1995 Dushmani: A Violent Love Story Suraj Singh Bunty Soorma [55]
Angrakshak Ajay Ravi Raja Pinisetty [56]
1996 Himmat Ajay Saxena Sunil Sharma [57]
Jeet Karan Raj Kanwar [58]
Ghatak: Lethal Kashi Nath Rajkumar Santoshi Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor[13] [59]
Ajay Ajay Suneel Darshan [15]
1997 Ziddi Deva Pradhan Guddu Dhanoa [60]
Border Kuldeep Singh Chandpuri J. P. Dutta Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor[13]

Nominated—Zee Cine Awards for Best Actor – Male

[61]
Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya Himself Rahul Rawail Special Appearance [62]
Qahar Raja Rajkumar Kohli [63]
1998 Zor Arjun U. Singh Sangeeth Sivan [64]
Salaakhen Vishal S. Agnihotri Guddu Dhanoa [65]
Iski Topi Uske Sarr Bhangra Dancer Raju Mavani Special Appearance [66]
1999 Pyaar Koi Khel Nahin Anand Subhash Sehgal [67]
Arjun Pandit Arjun Dixit / Arjun Pandit Rahul Rawail [68]
Dillagi Ranvir Singh Sunny Deol Also Director [69]
2000 Champion Rajveer Singh Padam Kumar [70]
2001 Farz Karan Singh Raj Kanwar [71]
Gadar: Ek Prem Katha Tara Singh Anil Sharma Zee Cine Special Award for Outstanding Performance - Male
Star Screen Award Best Actor

Sansui Viewers' Choice Movie Awards for Best Actor

Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor[13]
Nominated—IIFA Best Actor Award
Nominated—Zee Cine Award Best Actor- Male

[72][73]
Yeh Raaste Hain Pyaar Ke Sagar Deepak Shivdasani Special Appearance [74]
Indian Rajshekhar Azad N. Maharajan [75]
Kasam Shankar Shibu Mitra [76]
2002 Maa Tujhhe Salaam Pratap Singh Tinu Verma [77]
23rd March 1931: Shaheed Chandrashekhar Azad Guddu Dhanoa [78]
Jaani Dushman: Ek Anokhi Kahani Karan Saxena Rajkumar Kohli [79]
Karz: The Burden of Truth Suraj Singh Harry Baweja [80]
2003 The Hero: Love Story of a Spy Arun Khanna/Ajay Chakraborty/Batra/Wahid Khan[b] Anil Sharma [81]
Kaise Kahoon Ke... Pyaar Hai Arjun Singh Anil Sharma Special appearance [82]
Jaal: The Trap Ajay Kaul Guddu Dhanoa [83]
Khel – No Ordinary Game Rajveer Scindia Yusuf Khan [84]
2004 Lakeer – Forbidden Lines Arjun Rana Ahmed Khan [85]
Rok Sako To Rok Lo Kabir (Phantom) Mukherjee Arindam Chaudhuri [86]
2005 Jo Bole So Nihaal Nihaal Singh Rahul Rawail [87]
2006 Naksha Veer K. Malhotra Sachin Bajaj [88]
Teesri Aankh: The Hidden Camera Arjun Singh Harry Baweja [89]
2007 Big Brother Devdhar S.'Deva' Gandhi / Devdhar Sharma Guddu Dhanoa [90]
Fool & Final Munna Ahmed Khan [91]
Apne Angad B. Singh Choudhary Anil Sharma [92]
Kaafila Sameer Ahmed Khan Amitoj Maan [93]
2008 Tolly Lights Arjun Chakraborty Special Appearance
Bengali Language Film
[94]
Heroes Vikram Shergill Samir Karnik [95]
2009 Fox Yashwant Deshmukh Deepak Tijori [96]
Punjab Gold Raj Kumar Punjabi Film [97]
2010 Right Yaaa Wrong Ajay Shridhar Neeraj Pathak [98]
Khuda Kasam Hussain K. C. Bokadia [99]
Hello Darling Nikhil Bajaj Manoj Tiwari Special Appearance [100]
2011 Yamla Pagla Deewana Paramveer Singh Dhillon Samir Karnik Nominated—Best Actor Award by Bhaskar Bollywood Awards
Nominated—Jodi number 1 by Bhaskar Bollywood Awards (with Dharmendra and Bobby Deol)
[101][102]
2013 Yamla Pagla Deewana 2 Paramveer Singh Dhillon Sangeeth Sivan [103]
Singh Saab the Great Saranjeet Talwar (Sunny)/ Singh Saab Anil Sharma [104]
Mahabharat Bhima Amaan Khan (Voice) [105]
2014 Dishkiyaoon Lakwa Gurjar Sanamjit Singh Talwar [106]
2015 I Love New Year Randhir Singh Radhika Rao
Vinay Sapru
[107]
2016 Ghayal Once Again Ajay Mehra Sunny Deol Also Director [108]
2017 Poster Boys Jagaavar Chaudhry Shreyas Talpade [109]
2018 Yamla Pagla Deewana: Phir Se Pooran Navaniat Singh [110]
Mohalla Assi Dharamnath Pandey Chandraprakash Dwivedi
Bhaiaji Superhit Lal Bhaisahab Dubey Neeraj Pathak [111]
2019 Blank SS Dewan Behzad Khambata
Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas Sunny Deol Director [112]
TBA Chup dagger TBA R Balki [113]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Deol played a character with two different names.
  2. ^ Deol plays an undercover spy using different names.

See also[edit]

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