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Abhay Deol has avoided the business cinema that his family is thought for. He stated in an interview with Rediff that he is not into acting because of his famous uncle and his cousin, but that he was involved in theatre in school. "At 18, I made a decision to take the plunge. It took me ten years as a result of I did not wish to go away my education to induce into films."
He created his film debut within the 2005 film Socha Na Tha. The film made little impact at the box workplace, however got him sensible reviews for his performance. His second film was Ahista Ahista in 2006 which conjointly earned him positive essential reviews. His 1st 2007 unleash was Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd. which contains a multi-star cast and emerged as a box workplace success. His second 2007 release was Ek Chalis Ki Last Local. His third film in 2007 Manorama Six Feet Below, won the Best Film at the Mahindra Indo-Yankee Arts Council Film Competition in New York City. He additionally won a Best Actor award for his role. His 2008 movie Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye! was a huge hit, not just with critics however with the plenty furthermore and established him as a dependable mainstream actor.
Abhay Deol is additionally the pivotal writer the 2009 Hindi film Dev.D, a fashionable day version of Devdas which he himself devised, and in that he enacts the title role. About being compared to Shah Rukh Khan and veteran Dilip Kumar, who have played Devdas in the past, Deol told Radio Sargam "I'm not too fearful of the comparisons. I am aware of the fact however I don't get into that too much. After all, I used to be compared to my brothers and uncle when I came to the industry. Thus I'm used to it and only worry about my work. So after them, it would terribly otherwise be Shah Rukh Khan".
Dev.D, directed by Anurag Kashyap, released on 6 February 2009 and was critically acclaimed. The Times of India gave five out five stars to the movie and it did very well at the box office.
Deol has been the cover of Man's World and Time Out Mumbai, with titles like "the new face of Indian cinema". He placed seventh on Zoom's "fifty Most Fascinating Hotties" poll for 2009.
He did Road, Movie with Tannishtha Chatterjee. Deol has conjointly started manufacturing films through his company Forbidden Films. For Basra, the first film underneath his new production company, Deol learned the Israeli martial art Krav Maga. He additionally trained to be a deep-sea diver for his film Zindagi Milegi Na Dobara that was filmed in Spain.
Abhay lives in Mumbai, where he conjointly grew up. He could be a self-described fan of "cinema that has the 'real' part" and lists his favorite films as Chupke Chupke, Mother India, and Dr. Strangelove.
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