Sunny Deol | Biography, Career, Age, Net worth, Movies

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Hitesh Mandot
Date : 29-08-2022
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Sunny Deol is an actor in Bollywood. Sunny Deol is known for his action image and dialogues. Sunny Deol is the son of superstar Dharmendra.


Sunny Deol’s Age and Sunny Deol’s Biography

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Ajay Singh Deol, better known by his stage name Sunny Deol, was born on October 19, 1956, in Gurdaspur, Punjab, India. As of 2022, he will be 66 years old. Sunny Deol is an Indian actor, politician, film director, producer, and member of parliament. He gained a reputation as a solid action hero in Bollywood thanks to his leading performances in a number of big-budget films, including Ghayal, Jeet, Damini, Ghatak, Border, and Gadar: Ek Prem Katha. Sunny  Deol has received two Filmfare Awards, as well as two National Film Awards.

In Betaab (1983), Sunny Deol made his acting debut alongside fellow newcomer Amrita Singh, for which he was nominated for a Filmfare Best Actor Award. He then went on to star in a number of commercially successful movies in the 1980s and 1990s, and he is now regarded as one of the finest actors of that era. Sunny Deol received a lot of attention and appreciation for his 1990 performance as an amateur boxer falsely convicted of killing his brother in Rajkumar Santoshi's Ghayal, for which he won the Filmfare Award for Best Actor and the National Film Award - Special Jury Award/Special Mention. Sunny Deol received both the Filmfare Award and the National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor for his depiction of a lawyer in the 1993 movie Damini.

Sunny Deol received a nomination for the Filmfare Best Actor Award for his performance as a truck driver who falls in love with a Pakistani Muslim girl in Anil Sharma's Gadar: Ek Prem Katha (2001), the highest-grossing Bollywood movie ever at the time of its release. 

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Sunny Deol’s Family and Sunny Deol’s Childhood

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Sunny Deol was born on October 19, 1956, in the Punjabi village of Sahnewal, India, to Bollywood star Dharmendra and Parkash Kaur. Sunny Deol has two sisters who live in California, Vijayta, and Ajeeta.  He has a younger brother named Bobby Deol who is also an actor. Hema Malini is his stepmother. Sunny Deol’s half-sisters are Ahana Deol and actress Esha Deol. Abhay Deol, his cousin, is also an actor.Karan Deol and Rajveer Deol are two sons of  Sunny Deol and his wife  Pooja Deol (also known as Lynda Deol). Sunny Deol does not have any daughters

He attended the  Sacred Heart Boys High School, Mumbai, Maharashtra for his school education. Ramniranjan Anandilal Poddar College Of Commerce & Economics, in Mumbai, is where Sunny Deol received his Graduation in Commerce.

 

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Sunny Deol’s Affairs and Relationships

In addition to being a well-known actor in Bollywood, Sunny Deol has been in a number of action movies. His acting has a devoted following. He is well-known for his personal life in addition to his career, which has caused him to be in the news. Let's look at the times the actor's relationships garnered a lot of attention.

 

Sunny Deol and Dimple Kapadia

Despite the fact that Sunny Deol married Pooja Deol, his reported extramarital romances kept him in the spotlight. Dimple Kapadia was dating Sunny Deol. There are rumors that Sunny and Dimple, who starred in numerous movies together, were profoundly in love. Dimple subsequently wed Rajesh Khanna, though.

 

Sunny Deol and Amrita Singh

Sunny Deol and Amrita Singh collaborated on the movie Betab. It turned out to be a big hit with these two actors. They started to fall in love with one another at this time. When Amrita learned that Sunny Deol had married someone else, she broke up with Sunny. Amrita’s mother was never approved of Sunny Deol.

 

Sunny Deol and Meenakshi Seshadri

Meenakshi Seshadri and Sunny Deol met while filming the 1987 movie Dacait. Both of their subsequent films were huge successes, and in 1988, reports of their developing intimacy surfaced. After their affair became widely known at Damini, it was eventually revealed that they were not dating.

 

Sunny Deol and Raveena Tandon

In earlier times, Sunny Deol was regarded as Bollywood's most popular hero. The audience loved his chemistry with Raveena Tandon. The two began to fall in love as the news of their relationship began to spread. Sunny Deol and Raveena had become close while Ziddi and Shatriya were being filmed. However, their relationship was short-lived.

 
 

Sunny Deol’s Movies and Career

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More than 85 Bollywood movies have featured Sunny Deol so far. He has appeared in a wide range of movies during his acting career, including romance, thriller, action, and comedic ones, although he is best known for playing action heroes.

In his very first movie, Sunny Deol's acting drove millions of people insane. In 1983, he launched her acting career with the Bollywood film Betaab, which starred Amrita Singh as his co-star. Soon later, in 1985, Sunny Deol released another movie under the name of Arjun. This movie's director was Rahul Rawail, and it was a financial success at the box office. Due to the success of his back-to-back two movies, Sunny Deol gained a lot of popularity with the general public. He started his acting career as an action hero because of his excellent acting. He swiftly rose to a prominent position in the Bollywood film business via his efforts and labor.

Sunny Deol was a part of several successful movies, including Yateem, Dacait, Paap Ki Duniya, Tridev, and ChaalBaaz. Ghayal, another big-budget movie that year, ended up being one of Sunny Deol's career's greatest. For this movie, Sunny Deol also received his first Film Fare Award. For this movie, he even won the best actor and national cinema awards. 

One of Sunny Deol's best movies is Damini, which came out in the year 1993. He portrayed a lawyer in this movie. In this movie, Sunny Deol has a famous line called  Tarikh par Tarikh. In addition, he received the National Award and the Film Fare Award for his performance as Best Supporting Actor.

Gadar Ek Prem Katha, directed by Anil Sharma, was released in the year 2001. The box office records were all broken by this movie.

 

Sunny Deol's First Movie: Betaab (1983)

Sunny resides in a tiny town with his mother, Sumitra. They also have a farmhouse where they run a chicken business and want to move there. Sunny makes the decision to leave first, check if the space is livable, and then bring his mother. Sunny arrives to discover the location in disarray and makes the decision to clean up and rebuild. His attempts are generally unsuccessful since Roma, a young woman, is there. Roma agrees to help him in an attempt to make amends, but the results are hilariously awful. When they learn that they have known one other since they were young, they are thrilled and start to fall in love. They run into issues since Sumitra and her father, Sardar Dinesh Singh Girji, don't get along and are both against any union between the two families.

A 1983 Indian romantic drama called Betaab was written by Javed Akhtar, directed by Rahul Rawail, and made by Bikram Sing Dahal. Along with Shammi Kapoor, Sunny Deol and Amrita Singh make their cinematic debuts. Rahul Dev Burman was the composer of the music. The movie eventually became one of the biggest successes of the year. The movie was remade in 1987 with Ramesh Babu and Sonam in Telugu as Samrat, and in 2011 with Karthik in Kannada.

 

Ghayal (1990)

Ajay Mehra, an amateur boxer, returns home only to discover that his older brother Ashok has gone missing. His inquiries and a police report only fuel his rage and violent outburst. After Ashok's body is eventually discovered, Ajay is accused of killing him and engaging in extramarital affairs with Indu, Ashok's sister-in-law. Then Ajay and three other prisoners break out of jail to exact revenge on Balwant Rai, the true offender.

At the 36th Filmfare Awards, the movie earned 8 nominations and took home a whopping 7 prizes, including Best Film, Best Director for Santoshi, and Best Actor for Sunny Deol. The movie was given the National Film Award for Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment at the 38th National Film Awards, while Sunny Deol was given the National Film Award - Special Mention.

 

Damini (1993)

The subject is centered on the persona of Damini, who stands for innocence and truth. After getting married into an illustrious, wealthy family, Damini witnesses a horrific deed committed by her brother-in-law. She wants the victim to have justice, but her husband and the rest of the family are against her, so she decides to leave the house. Soon, she receives assistance from a drunken ex-advocate who supports her in every way as she works toward justice and her goal.

Damini fights for the deceased victim's rights after witnessing a rape in her own home. She encounters a number of obstacles, though, before running into a disgraced attorney who chooses to take the case and prosecute the offenders.

In addition to receiving favorable reviews, the movie earned $6 million and was dubbed a hit at Box Office India. It is regarded as a cult feminist movie and is still regarded as a timeless classic that focuses on women. It is significant for how it portrays women's empowerment in movies.The groundbreaking movie received plaudits for shattering social taboos and treating the subject of rape sensitively, which was unusual for Bollywood at the time. Numerous honors have been bestowed upon Damini. Deol received Best Supporting Actor at the 40th National Film Awards. The movie was nominated for seven categories, including Best Film, Best Actress for Seshadri, and Best Villain for Puri at the 39th Filmfare Awards.

 

Border (1997)

The Indian Army was moved to a desolate area in Punjab's Longewala district in 1971 to fight the Pakistani Army. The Pakistani army has a battalion of nearly 2000 men with war tanks, weapons, and ammo, compared to the Indian army's battalion of only 120 soldiers and war jets. While there, the Indian troops told stories of their friends and loved ones who perished in a long-ago battle that lasted all night, claimed the lives of many men, and no one survived to tell the tale.

The 1997 Indian epic war movie Border was written, produced, and directed by J. P. Dutta. It is an adaption of actual events that took place at the Battle of Longewala in 1971 and is set during the Indo-Pakistani War of that year.

Several accolades for the movie were given out at various ceremonies. At the 43rd Filmfare Awards, it was nominated for 11 awards, winning four of them, including Best Film, Best Actor for Sunny Deol, Best Supporting Actor for Suniel Shetty, and Akshaye Khanna, and Best Supporting Actress for Raakhee. Three National Film Awards were also received for it: Best Film on National Integration, Best Lyricist for Javed Akhtar, and Best Playback Singer (Male) for Hariharan.

The Independence Day Film Festival, which was jointly organized by the Ministry of Defence and the Indian Directorate of Film Festivals on August 15, 2017, to commemorate the 70th anniversary of Indian Independence Day, featured a retrospective screening of the movie in honor of its 20-year anniversary and continued cult status.
Anu Malik composed the soundtrack for the film, and Javed Akhtar wrote the lyrics. Toh Chalun, Sandese Aate Hai, Mere Dushman, Mere Bhai, and Hamein Jab Se Mohabbat are some of the songs that have become well-known. The songs from the movie continue to be well-liked in India. Javed Akhtar received the Filmfare Award for Best Lyricist, and Anu Malik received a nomination for Best Music Composer for his contribution to this film.

 

Gadar: Ek Prem Katha (2001)

A Sikh truck driver falls in love with a Muslim girl who comes from a rich and political family during the 1947 Partition of India.

A friendship that develops into love is formed when Tara protects a wandering Sakina from an angry mob during the communal disturbances that break out in the city. In the end, they marry and have a son. Sakina discovers that her father (Amrish Puri), whom she previously assumed dead in the riots back in Amritsar, is still alive after seeing his picture in a torn, old newspaper, giving the happy family—now residing in Amritsar—the shock of their lives. 

Sakina's father, who is now the mayor of Pakistan's Lahore, contacts him and arranges for his daughter to visit him there. When Sakina arrives in Lahore without Tara and her son, she learns of her father's plans for her, including making her forget about her family and start over in Pakistan. Then an unbelievable quest starts that will eventually take Tara into Pakistan to find his beloved Sakina.

Anil Sharma's romantic action drama Gadar: Ek Prem Katha, was released in 2001 and is set during the Partition of India in 1947. The movie, which is loosely based on the life of Boota Singh, stars Sunny Deol, Amisha Patel, and Amrish Puri in the key parts.

Gadar: Ek Prem Katha with more than 50 million viewers in India, is the second-most-watched Hindi movie since the 1990s. According to ticket sales from 2017, it's adjusted gross in India was 4.86 billion rupees (US$103 million), according to Box Office India. It has been regarded as one of the essential Bollywood films on India's Partition as of 2014.

Following the 2001 release of Gadar: Ek Prem Katha, Sunny's fan base more than doubled. Because of the popularity of the movie, some theatres in Punjab were forced to begin showing it at six in the morning.

 

Mohalla Assi (2018)

When the residents of the holy city of Banaras start to entice international tourists with phony spiritual gurus, a Sanskrit priest decides to take matters into his own hands.

'Kashi Ka Assi,' a religious satire about the commercialization of the pilgrimage city and phony gurus who entice visitors and tourists, is based on the Hindi novel by Dr. Kashinath Singh. On the banks of the Ganges as it enters Banaras, India, is Assi Ghat, a flaming ghat. The movie is set in a well-known, historic neighborhood by the ghat at the southern tip of Banaras (Varanasi).

Sakshi Tanwar plays his wife, while Sunny Deol portrays the main character, a Sanskrit instructor and traditional religious priest (Pandit).The film's plot follows the Ram Janmabhoomi movement and the Mandal Commission's implementation through the events of 1990 and 1989.

 
 

Sunny Deol’s Career Timeline

YearSunny Deol Movie's NameSunny Deol Character's Name
2023SooryaTBA
2023BaapTBA
2022Gadar 2Tara Singh
2022ChupTBA
2019BlankSS Dewan
2019Pal Pal Dil Ke PaasNA
2018Yamla Pagla Deewana: Phir SePooran
2018Mohalla AssiDharamnath Pandey
2018Bhaiaji SuperhitLal Bhaisahab Dubey
2017Poster BoysJagaavar Chaudhry
2016Ghayal Once AgainAjay Mehra
2015I Love New YearRandhir Singh
2014DishkiyaoonLakwa Gurjar
2013Yamla Pagla Deewana 2Paramveer Singh Dhillon
2013Singh Saab the GreatSaranjeet Talwar (Sunny)/ Singh Saab
2013MahabharatBhima
2011Yamla Pagla DeewanaParamveer Singh Dhillon
2010Right Yaaa WrongAjay Shridhar
2010Khuda KasamHussain
2010Hello DarlingNikhil Bajaj
2009FoxYashwant Deshmukh
2008Tolly LightsNA
2008HeroesVikram Shergill
2007Big BrotherDevdhar S.'Deva' Gandhi / Devdhar Sharma
2007Fool & FinalMunna
2007ApneAngad B. Singh Choudhary
2007KaafilaSameer Ahmed Khan
2006NakshaVeer K. Malhotra
2006Teesri Aankh: The Hidden CameraArjun Singh
2005Jo Bole So NihaalNihaal Singh
2004Lakeer – Forbidden LinesArjun Rana
2004Rok Sako To Rok LoKabir (Phantom) Mukherjee
2003The Hero: Love Story of a SpyArun Khanna/Ajay Chakraborty/Batra/Wahid Khan[b]
2003Kaise Kahoon Ke... Pyaar HaiArjun Singh
2003Jaal: The TrapAjay Kaul
2003Khel – No Ordinary GameRajveer Scindia
2002Maa Tujhhe SalaamPratap Singh
200223rd March 1931: ShaheedChandrashekhar Azad
2002Jaani Dushman: Ek Anokhi KahaniKaran Saxena
2002Karz: The Burden of TruthSuraj Singh
2001FarzKaran Singh
2001Gadar: Ek Prem KathaTara Singh
2001Yeh Raaste Hain Pyaar KeSagar
2001IndianRajshekhar Azad
2001KasamShankar
2000ChampionRajveer Singh
1999Pyaar Koi Khel NahinAnand
1999Arjun PanditArjun Dixit / Arjun Pandit
1999DillagiRanvir Singh
1998ZorArjun U. Singh
1998SalaakhenVishal S. Agnihotri
1998Iski Topi Uske SarrBhangra Dancer
1997ZiddiDeva Pradhan
1997BorderKuldeep Singh Chandpuri
1997Aur Pyaar Ho GayaHimself
1997QaharRaja
1996HimmatAjay Saxena
1996JeetKaran
1996Ghatak: LethalKashi Nath
1996AjayAjay
1995Dushmani: A Violent Love StorySuraj Singh
1995AngrakshakAjay
1994InsaniyatKarim Lala
1994ImtihaanRaja
1993LootereKaran Chopra
1993KshatriyaVinay Pratap Singh (Surjangarh)
1993DaminiGovind Shrivastava
1993Izzat Ki RotiJeet
1993VeertaMangal Singh
1993GunaahRavi Sohni
1993DarrSunil Malhotra
1992VishwatmaPrabhat Singh
1991Vishnu-DevaaVishnu Prasad / Vishnu Subramaniam / Jack D'Souza
1991YodhaKaran Srivastav
1991ShankaraShankara
1991NarsimhaNarsimha
1990MajboorSunil
1990KroadhAjay 'Ajju' V. Shukla
1990GhayalAjay Mehra
1990BadnamHimself
1989VardiAjay Kumar Singh
1989JoshilaayDara
1989TridevKaran Saxena
1989ChaalBaazSuraj
1989Nigahen: Nagina Part IIAnand
1989Main Tera DushmanGopal
1989Aag Ka GolaVikram Singh / Shankar 'Shaka'
1988Paap Ki DuniyaSuraj/Ashok
1988Ram-AvtarRam
1988YateemKrishna
1988InteqamAjay / Birju[a]
1987DacaitArjun Yadav
1986SultanatSultan
1986Saveray Wali GaadiRavidas
1986SamundarAjit
1985ArjunArjun Malvankar
1985ZabardastSunder Kumar/Shyam
1984SunnySunny Inderjit
1984Manzil ManzilVijay (Sonu)
1984Sohni MahiwalMahiwal/Mirza Izzat Beg
1983BetaabSunny Kapoor

 

Sunny Deol’s New and Upcoming movies

 

Chup

The following character in filmmaker R Balki's upcoming revenge drama Chup: Revenge of The Artist will be Sunny. The director of numerous critically praised movies, including Cheeni Kum, Paa, English-Vinglish, Padman, etc., is R Balakrishnan, also known as R. Balki. The billionaire Rakesh Jhunjhunwala will produce the movie under the aegis of Hope Productions.

 

Gadar 2

The sequel to the popular romance drama Gadar from 2001 will star the same actors, including Sunny, Ameesh Patel, and the director's son, Utkarsh Sharma. Lead actors Sunny Deol and Ameesha Patel used their Twitter accounts to announce the news.

 

Apne 2

Along with Sunny, he will be starring in this production alongside his father Dharmendra and brother Bobby Deol. The Covid epidemic prevented the movie's production from finishing in time for Diwali. It appears that the film's production will resume in March 2022, and it will be released in theatres before next Diwali.

 

Cheers

Sunny Deol will appear onscreen alongside his brother Bobby, father Dharmendra, and father. The movie's director, Sangeeth Sivan, is most known for his work in Hindi and Malayalam movies. He directed the critically acclaimed film Yamal Pagla Deewana 2. Sharmila Tagore, the mother of actor Saif Ali Khan, will also appear in the film. It's going to be a comedy movie.

 
 

Sunny Deol’s Controversies

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  • Darr, a film directed by Yash Chopra, starred Sunny Deol. He co-starred in this film with Shah Rukh Khan. Sunny claimed that Shah Rukh Khan received the key roles in this film, while he received supporting parts. Sunny never again collaborated with Yash Chopra and Shah Rukh Khan after this.

  • A film called Mohalla Assi had Sunny Deol as an actor. This became the subject of a heated debate after someone posted an uncensored trailer. There is foul language in this trailer. It was later made clear that this trailer had been posted unfiltered and that the offending material will be deleted.

  • Sunny Deol was appointed to a position to work with constituents. Congress and some others then accused him of sending a proxy since he didn't have time for them. The sunny-certified individual was afterward hired for smooth flow of work.

 

Sunny Deol’s Net worth

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  • The estimated value of Sunny Deol's net worth is 16 million US dollars or roughly 120 crore Indian rupees (i.e. approx. One Hundred Twenty Crores INR). His primary sources of income are movies and brand endorsements.

  • Sunny resides in an opulent home at Ville Parle, Mumbai's Dharmendra House. This property is thought to be worth 6 crore Indian rupees. He also has a number of real estate holdings across the nation.

  • Sunny is the owner of a few high-end vehicles, including an Audi A8 and a Range Rover (He declared to have vehicles worth Rs 1.69 crore) In addition to his fee of 5-6 crore, Sunny Deol receives a cut of the movie's revenue. He demands 2 crore rupees to endorse a product.

 

Sunny Deol’s Awards & Nominations

  • Filmfare awards - 1984 Best Actor for Betaab - Nominated
  • Filmfare awards - 1991 Best Actor for Ghayal - Won
  • Filmfare awards - 1994 Best Actor for Darr - Nominated
  • Filmfare awards - 1994 Best Supporting Actor for Damini - Won
  • Filmfare awards - 1997 Best Actor for Ghatak: Lethal - Nominated
  • Filmfare awards - 1998 Best Actor for Border - Nominated
  • Filmfare awards - 2002 Best Actor for Gadar: Ek Prem Katha - Nominated
  • National Film Awards - 1991 Special Jury Award for Ghayal - Won
  • National Film Awards - 1994 Best Supporting Actor for Damini - Won
  • Zee Cine Awards - 1998 Best Actor - Male for Border - Nominated
  • Zee Cine Awards - 1998 Best Actor - Male for Gadar: Ek Prem Katha - Nominated
  • Zee Cine Awards - 2002 Special Award for Outstanding Performance - Male  - Won

 

Sunny Deol's Interesting Facts Tring

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  • Despite coming from a family of filmmakers, Sunny underwent formal acting training at England's Old World Theater in Birmingham.

  • Contrary to the forceful and vocal characters he plays in movies, the actor is quite shy and introverted in real life.

  • In contrast to his exaggerated action movies, Sunny Deol is calm and reserved in real life.

  • The actor was only given Damini in exchange for a brief cameo in the movie. But Sunny's acting abilities so pleased the producers that they had to expand his role and make him the main character.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Sunny Deol is an actor in Bollywood.
Sunny Deol’s wife is Pooja Deol.
Sunny Deol's upcoming movies are Chup, Gadar 2, Apne, and Cheers.
Sunny Deol’s age is 66 years old.
Sunny Deol’s movies are Betaab, Ghayal, Damini, Border, and Gadar.
Yes. Sunny Deol is a superstar in Bollywood.
Sunny Deol is a Member of Parliament from the Gurdaspur seat of Punjab.
Sunny Deol is in news for his movies and political works.
Sunny Deol’s father is Dharmendra.
Sunny Deol’s mother is Parkash Kaur. Sunny Deol’s stepmother is Hema Malini.
Sunny Deol’s Instagram is @iamsunnydeol
Sunny Deol’s son is Karan Deol.
Sunny Deol's real name is Ajay Singh Deol.
The value of Sunny Deol's net worth in Indian rupees is 120Crores or $16 million in US dollars in 2022.
Sunny Deol is from Punjab.
Sunny Deol’s date of birth is 19 October 1956.
Sunny Deol earns money from Movies and Brand endorsements.
Sunny Deol has two sons only. Sunny Deol has no daughter.
Sunny Deol’s brother is Bobby Deol.
Sunny Deol’s salary for a movie is 5-6 crore and for the brand endorsement is 2 crore rupees.
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