Abhay Deol (Abhay Singh Deol, born 15 March 1976) is an Indian actor and producer, who works predominantly in Hindi language films. Born in the Deol family of the Hindi cinema, he began acting at a young age in theater productions at his school. Deol made his on-screen movie debut in 2005 with Imtiaz Ali's romantic comedy Socha Na Tha. After the modest success of his debut, Deol was praised for his performances in films such as Manorama Six Feet Under (2007), which won him the Best Actor Award at the Indo-American Arts Council Film Festival, and the hit successful Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye! (2008). His breakthrough role came in 2009 with the starring role as Dev in Anurag Kashyap's Dev.D, a modern-day adaptation of the Bengali classic novel Devdas. Following the success of the film, Deol gained wider recognition. Deol primarily appeared 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 film that went to become one of the highest-grossing films in Bollywood. His performance was well-received and earned him his first nomination for Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor. Deol has appeared in commercially successful films including the drama film Raanjhanaa (2013), and the romantic comedy Happy Bhag Jayegi (2016), while simultaneously working in independent films including the drama Road, Movie (2010) and the war movie  Chakravyuh (2012). Deol is noted for his portrayal of complex characters on screen, and is vociferous in his support for parallel cinema in India. He has often been labeled as a nonconformist or an unconventional actor by Indian media. Deol is the owner of a production company, Forbidden Films which was established in 2009. In addition to his acting career, he is also an active philanthropist and supports various NGOs.

Deol was born into a Sikh family to Ajit Singh Deol and Usha Deol. He is the nephew of Film Actor Dharmendra, and the cousin of Esha Deol, Ahana Deol, Bobby Deol, and Sunny Deol. Abhay Deol stated in an interview with Rediff that he is into acting not because of his father, but because he was involved in theatre since school. "At the age of eighteen, I marked to make the move. It took me almost 10 years because I was didn't want to leave my education to get into films.

Abhay Deol Movies List(Filmography) :

Note: We included only movies in which actor was in major/lead roles 

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#Movie NameVerdictRelease DateCollections
1Socha Na ThaFlop04 Mar 200503 cr
2Ahista AhistaDisaster18 Aug 200602 cr
3 Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd.Average23 Feb 200712 cr
4Ek Chalis Ki Last LocalDisaster18 May 200702 cr
5Manorama Six Feet UnderDisaster21 Sep 200700.42 cr
6 Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!Flop28 Nov 200807 cr
7Dev DAverage06 Feb 200915 cr
8 Road MovieDisaster05 Mar 201001 cr
9AishaFlop06 Aug 201016 cr
10 Zindagi Na Milegi DobaraHit15 Jul 201190 cr
11ShanghaiFlop08 Jun 201224 cr
12 ChakravyuhFlop24 Oct 201217 cr
13 RaanjhanaaHit21 Jun 201362 cr
14One By TwoDisaster31 Jan 201403 cr
15Happy Bhaag JayegiAverage19 Aug 201628 cr
16Nanu Ki JaanuDisaster20 Apr 201805 cr
17ZeroFlop21 Dec 201889 cr
18Jungle CryNot Yet Released!08 Sep 2020Not Yet Released!
19JunctionNot Yet Released!16 Oct 2021Not Yet Released!