Sunny Deol Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Education, Height, Weight, Movies List, Career, Profession, Net Worth

Sunny Deol Wiki and Biography: As an actor, director, and producer from India, Sunny Deol has a lot of experience in the entertainment industry. As an actor, Sunny has been active in Bollywood for over 30 years, and he has appeared in well over a hundred films. The charismatic actor has won not one, but two major awards for his work in film.

Sunny Deol

Sunny Deol Wiki: Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Education, Height, Weight, Movies List, Career, Profession, Net Worth

Real Name Ajay Singh Deol
Nick Name Sunny
Profession Actor, Producer, Director
Famous For Movies
Wife Name Pooja Deol
Physical Status
Age 66 Years
Height 5 Feet 8 Inch
Weight 85 Kgs
Eye Color Brown
Hair Color Brown
Personal Information
Date of Birth 19 October 1956
Birth Place Sahnewal, Punjab, India
Zodiac Sign Libra
Nationality Indian
School Name Sacred Heart Boys High School, Maharashtra
College Name Ramniranjan Anandilal Podar College of Commerce and Economics, Mumbai
Qualifications Graduate
Family Profile
Father Name Dharmendra (Actor)
Mother Name Prakash Kaur (Real mother), Hema Malini (Step-mother, actress)
Siblings Bobby Deol (Actor), Vijayta (settled in California, USA), Ajeeta, Esha Deol (half-sister), Ahana Deol (half-sister)
Career Actor, Producer, Director
Source of Income Movies, Commercials, TV Shows
Appeared In Movies, Commercials, TV Shows
Net Worth Salary 138 Crores+(Approx.)

Sunny Deol Biography

Sunny Deol Education

Sunny Deol attended Sacred Heart Boys High School in Maharashtra and graduated from there. As a student, Sunny performed about as expected, but he never stopped caring about sports. Then he travelled to Mumbai, India, to graduate from Ramniranjan Anandilal Podar College of Commerce and Economics.

Sunny Deol Early Life

Everyone, from every generation, is familiar with Sunny Deol. More than three decades have passed, and we’re still being entertained by Sunny’s fantastic performance. The actor Sunny is most known for his stellar performances in films like Gadar: Ek Prem Katha and Damini, and for memorable lines like “Yeh dhai kilo ka haath jab kisi par padta hai naa, to aadmi uthta nhi uth janta hai.” In Ghayal (1990), Sunny played an amateur boxer and received widespread praise and admiration for his performance.  After finishing high school, he enrolled in an acting class at Birmingham, England’s Old World Theatre. Deol took home both the Filmfare and National Film Awards for his performance in this film, which went on to win seven Filmfare Awards overall.

Ajay Singh Deol (Sunny), as he was once known, was born on October 19, 1956 (making him 65 years old). He was born into a family of Punjabi Jatt Sikhs, and his father is the late actor Dharmendra, his mother Prakash Kaur. Two of Sunny’s sisters, Vijayta and Ajeeta, are currently based in California, and he has one younger brother, Bobby Deol, who is also a well-known Bollywood actor. His stepmother, the famous actress Hema Malini, gave birth to two sisters, Ahana and Esha Deol. They are related; he is Abhay Deol’s first cousin once removed. It’s been 34 years since Sunny and Pooja tied the knot, and in that time they’ve raised two boys, Rajvir and Karan.

Sunny Deol Career

Sunny Deol made his acting debut with the 1983 film Betaab, for which he received a nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Actor. In his career, Sunny appeared in over a hundred films.

Originally, Sunny was only supposed to have a small part in the film Damini, but his impressive performance earned him a pivotal part in the film. The movie was a financial success, and his line “Tarikh pe Tarikh” became a fan favourite.

His pants were torn off when he became so angry during a fight with director Yash Chopra and Shahrukh Khan during filming the movie Darr.

When filming on his movie London was halted, Sunny made the decision to transition into directing. Gurinder Singh Chadda, a British woman, helmed the film London. His first film, Dillagi, served as his directorial debut; the inspiration for the film came from observing Bobby’s late-night drunkenness. Even though he wasn’t initially considered for the role of Ghatak: Lethal, after the success of his film Ghayal, he was quickly cast in the role.

At the turn of the new millennium, he made a name for himself with a standout performance in the blockbuster film Gadar: Ek Prem Katha. The popularity of his film in Punjab led to early screenings of the film in theatres (at 6 a.m.).

His voice was used to replace Vin Diesel’s in the 2013 Hindi dub of the American action picture Riddick. In Ghayal Once Again, he debuted a bald appearance for the first time in his career. After a hiatus of 16 years, he returned to directing this film.

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