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Other names
  
Ajay Devgn

Role
  
Actor

Ethnicity
  
Punjabi

Spouse
  
Kajol (m. 1999)

Years active
  
1991–present

Children
  
Nysa Devgan, Yug Devgan

Name
  
Ajay Devgan


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Full Name
  
Vishal Veeru Devgan

Born
  
2 April 1969 (age 54) (
1969-04-02
)
New Delhi, India

Residence
  
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Occupation
  
Film actor, director, producer

Parent(s)
  
Veeru Devgan (father)Veena Devgan (mother)

Movies
  
Drishyam, Dilwale, Action Jackson, Singham, Jaan

Ajay devgan s biography


Ajay Devgan (born Vishal Veeru Devgan on 2 April 1969), also credited as Ajay Devgn, is an Indian film actor, director and producer. He is widely considered as one of the most popular actors of Hindi cinema, who has appeared in over a hundred Hindi films. Devgan has won numerous accolades, including two National Film Awards and four Filmfare Awards. In 2016, he was honoured by the Government of India with the Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian honour of the country.

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Devgan began his professional career with Phool Aur Kaante in 1991 and received a Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut for his performance. He then starred in successful films such as Jigar (1992), Dilwale (1994), Suhaag (1994), Naajayaz (1995), Diljale (1996) and Ishq (1997). In 1998, he appeared in a critically acclaimed performance in Mahesh Bhatt's drama Zakhm and he received his first National Film Award for Best Actor for his role in the movie. In 1999, his most-talked-about film was Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam in which he played Vanraj, a man who tries to unite his wife with her lover.

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In the early 2000s, he gave critically acclaimed performances in Ram Gopal Varma's fictional expose of the Mumbai underworld Company. He played the character of a gangster, for which he won Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor. The same year he gave another critically acclaimed performance in Deewangee, for which he received the Filmfare Best Villain Award. In 2003, he won his second National Film Award for Best Actor for his portrayal of Bhagat Singh in Rajkumar Santoshi's biopic The Legend of Bhagat Singh. Throughout his career he has performed in many critically and commercially successful films including Raincoat (2004), Gangajal, (2004), Yuva (2004), Apaharan (2005), Omkara (2006), Golmaal: Fun Unlimited (2006), Golmaal Returns (2008), All the Best: Fun Begins (2009), Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai (2010), Golmaal 3 (2010), Raajneeti (2010), Singham (2011), Bol Bachchan (2012), Son of Sardaar (2012), Singham Returns (2014) and Drishyam (2015). He has starred in more than a hundred Hindi films. Having done so, he has established himself as one of the leading actors of Hindi cinema.

In addition, Devgn owns a production company Ajay Devgn FFilms, which was established in 2000. In 2008, he debuted as a film director with U Me Aur Hum. He is married to film actress Kajol since 1999 and the couple have two children. In August 2009, Devgn changed his surname from Devgan to Devgn on the request of his family.

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Early life and marriage

Devgan was born to a Punjabi family of Delhi and originally of Amritsar. The family has connections to the Hindi film industry in Mumbai. Devgan's father, Veeru Devgan, is a stunt choreographer and action film director and his mother, Veena, is a film producer. His brother, Anil Devgan, is a filmmaker and screenwriter. Devgan graduated from the Silver Beach High School in Juhu and then studied at Mithibai College.

In 1995, Devgan's relationship with his wife, Kajol, began whilst they were co-starring in Gundaraj. The media called them "an unlikely pair" due to their contrasting personalities. On 24 February 1999, the couple married in a traditional Maharashtrian ceremony at the Devgan home.

The couple has two children. Their daughter was born in 2003 and their son was born in 2010. Devgan and Kajol stored their newborn son's umbilical cord blood and tissues to act as a source of stem cells in case of serious ailment. In August 2009, Devgan changed his surname to a new spelling, Devgn, at the request of his family. Devgan was the first Bollywood personality to own a private jet for transport to shooting locations, to promotions and for personal trips.

1990s

In 1991, Devgan began his professional career in Phool Aur Kaante and received a Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut. He costarred with Madhoo. In his opening scene, Devgan performed a split while balancing between two motorcycles, in the style of an action hero. His next film was Jigar (1992), a Bollywood martial arts film co-starring Karisma Kapoor. It was released on Diwali weekend and became the seventh highest-grossing movie of that year, taking 7 crore (US$1.1 million) at the box office.

In 1993, Devgan starred in Dil Hai Betaab, a movie about a love triangle and romantic themes such as revenge. He next featured in Divya Shakti and then Sangram, a story of enmity between two fathers. Devgan then worked with Deepak Bahry, who directed the action film Ek Hi Raasta, and with Deepak Pawar, who directed Platform. Other releases that year were Shaktiman, Dhanwan and Bedardi.

In 1994, Devgan starred in Harry Baweja's romantic action movie Dilwale. He played the part of Arun Saxena, a man with intellectual impairment. The movie was the tenth highest-grossing movie of the year. His next release was Kanoon and then Kuku Kohli's Suhaag with Akshay Kumar. The movie was about two friends. Devgan played Ajay Sharma/Malhotra. Suhaag was the seventh highest-grossing movie of the year. His next film was Vijaypath. Shooting dates for Vijaypath clashed with those of Karan Arjun which Devgan declined. Vijaypath was the eighth highest-grossing film of the year.

In 1995, Devgan appeared in Mahesh Bhatt's movie Naajayaz and then Hulchul directed by Milan Luthria. Kajol co-starred. Devgan and Kajol then appeared in Gundaraj which did not perform well at the box office. His next release was Haqeeqat costarring with Tabu. This film was the eleventh highest-grossing movie of the year.

In 1996, Devgan starred in the action movie Jung with Mithun Chakraborty, Rambha and Aditya Pancholi. His next release was an action movie called Jaan, with Twinkle Khanna. He then starred in Harry Baweja's film Diljale, where he played a terrorist character called Shaka.

In 1997, Devgan starred in a poorly received movie, Itihaas, with Twinkle Khanna. His next release was Indra Kumar's romantic comedy Ishq with Aamir Khan, Juhi Chawla and Kajol. In this successful film, Devgan played Ajay, a rich boy in love with a poor girl, (Kajol). The film grossed 30 crore (US$4.7 million). The film was the fourth highest-grossing film of the year.

In 1998, Devgan gave a critically acclaimed performance in Mahesh Bhatt's drama, Zakhm, and received his first National Film Award for Best Actor. In 1999, in Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam, Devgan played Vanraj, a man who tries to unite his wife with her lover. Devgan then starred in Major Saab with Amitabh Bachchan and Sonali Bendre where he played the character of an army officer. The movie was successful and was the tenth highest-grossing film of the year. He next starred with Kajol in Anees Bazmee's second film, the romantic comedy Pyaar To Hona Hi Tha, a remake of the Hollywood hit French Kiss. It grossed 302,500,000 Indian rupees. Devgan's next release was Mahesh Bhatt's Zakhm. The plot examines communal tension in Mumbai during riots. Devgan played a man who is fed up with religious conflict. Devgan won several awards for his performance, including the National Film Award for Best Actor and the Star Screen Award for Best Actor.

In 1999, Devgan starred in the romantic drama Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam, in which he played Vanraj, a man who tries to help his wife (Aishwarya Rai) reunite with her lover (Salman Khan). Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam marked a significant turning point in Devgan's career. The film, an adaptation of Maitreyi Devi's Bengali novel Na Hanyate, was directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali and co-starred Salman Khan and Aishwarya Rai. Devgan was highly praised for his performance. Rediff said: "Ajay's role reminds you of one he did in another film, Pyar Tho Hona Hi Tha. There he is searching for the boyfriend of the girl he secretly loves. But intense scenes are his forte and he does well here. He's particularly good in the scene where he gets exasperated with his wife's stubbornness and strives to keep his cool." The movie was successful and Devgan was nominated for the Filmfare best actor award. After that, he appeared in Hindustan Ki Kasam with Amitabh Bachchan and Sonali Bendre. He then worked with the director Milan Luthria in Kachche Dhaage, with Saif Ali Khan and Manisha Koirala. The movie was a box-office hit. He then performed in the successful movie Hogi Pyaar Ki Jeet, a romantic comedy, and then in his home production movie with Kajol, and director, Prakash Jha. The film was titled Dil Kya Kare. His other movies in 1999 were Gair and Thakshak in which he played a strong, silent man.

2000s

In 2000, Devgan performed in Harry Baweja's Deewane. The film did not do well at the box office. In the same year, Devgan starred in his first home production; Raju Chacha, with Kajol. The film was moderately successful.

In 2001, Devgan starred in another moderately successful film; Yeh Raaste Hain Pyaar Ke with Madhuri Dixit and Preity Zinta. His next release was Lajja, with Manisha Koirala, Madhuri Dixit, Jackie Shroff and Anil Kapoor. He was nominated for the Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award. However, the film was not popular with the public. Mahesh Manjrekar's Tera Mera Saath Rahen followed.

In 2002, Devgan performed in Ram Gopal Varma's fictional examination of the Mumbai underworld in the film Company. Devgan played a gangster named Malik. Both Company and Devgan's performance received critical acclaim. As Taran Adarsh reviewed: "Ajay Devgn enacts his role to perfection. A controlled performance, the actor takes to this complex character like a fish takes to water. He underplays his part with admirable ease." Devgan was nominated for the Filmfare Best Actor Award and won the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor. Devgan's next release was David Dhawan's comedy Hum Kisise Kum Nahin, with Amitabh Bachchan, Sanjay Dutt and Aishwarya Rai. The same year, he played the role of Bhagat Singh, in Rajkumar Santoshi's biopic The Legend of Bhagat Singh. His performance was well received by critics. Taran Adarsh said, "Ajay Devgn has lived the role. To state that he is excellent would be an understatement. His performance is bound to win admiration from cinegoers, besides fetching awards." The film was released on 7 June 2002 and went on to win two National Film Awards, including the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Hindi, and three Filmfare Awards, including the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Movie. Despite these awards, and Devgan winning his second National Film Award for Best Actor for his performance, the film was not popular with the public. Devgan went on to perform in Anees Bazmee's Deewangee. The film was partially inspired by William Diehl's novel, Primal Fear. The film earned Devgan several awards for his role including a Filmfare Best Villain Award, the Star Screen Award for Best Villain and the Zee Cine Award for Best Actor in a Negative Role. The film was a success at the box office.

In 2003, Devgan starred in Ram Gopal Verma's horror film Bhoot, opposite Urmila Matondkar. The film was appreciated critically and performed well at the box office. He then starred in the action thriller Qayamat: City Under Threat with the actress debutante, Neha Dhupia. The film was a commercial success. Devgan next performed in Milan Luthria's romantic film Chori Chori, opposite Rani Mukherji and Sonali Bendre. This film did not succeed at the box office. Devgan's next release of the year was Prakash Jha's Gangaajal. The film was set in the time of the blinding incident in Bhagalpur, Bihar. Rediff.com said, "Ajay Devgan pulls up an ace with a part tailormade to reinforce his seething-under-the-surface angry hero image. To his credit (and the director's), he brings style and grace to a largely stereotypical, righteous protagonist. To a great extent, his presence covers up the film's patchiness in the second half." Devgan was nominated for the Filmfare Best Actor Award for this performance. He then worked in Rohit Shetty's directional debut Zameen and J. P. Dutta's war film LOC Kargil.

In 2004, Devgan was cast with Amitabh Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai and Akshay Kumar in Rajkumar Santoshi's action thriller Khakee. The film was released on 23 January 2004. It received positive reviews and became one of the highest-grossing films of 2004. In Khakee, Devgan once again played a villain. His performance as a police officer turned murderer was well received by critics. Taran Adarsh said: "Ajay Devgan adds yet another feather in his cap with a performance that could've been played only by a master performer. His confrontations with Amitabh Bachchan are exemplary." Later in 2004, Devgan appeared in Indra Kumar's Masti: Sanam Teri Kasam. He also starred in Yuva.

Devgan next collaborated with Rituparno Ghosh in the relationship drama Raincoat, with Aishwaraya Rai. The film is an adaptation of O. Henry's The Gift of the Magi. Raincoat met with wide critical acclaim and won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Hindi. Devgan was praised for his performance. Rediff said: "Hesitation, desperation, humiliation – Ajay Devgn conveys them eloquently. His Manoj is no cool dude, but just another lower middle-class guy in misery, with whom none would like to switch place. He particularly stands out in the scenes where he cries in the bathroom, or begs Neeru not to marry someone else." In 2004, Devgan was also seen in a cameo appearance in Taarzan: The Wonder Car.

2005 was a less successful year for Devgan. His movies were not financially successful. They included Insan, Blackmail, Main Aisa Hi Hoon, Tango Charlie and Shikhar. However, the films Kaal and Apaharan did well. For his performance in Apaharan, Devgn was nominated for the National Film Award for Best Actor and the Filmfare Best Actor Award. His performance as a villain in Kaal also earned him a nomination for the Filmfare Best Villain Award.

In 2006 Devgan played Othello in Omkara, an Hindi adaptation of William Shakespeare's Othello. It was directed by Vishal Bhardwaj. The film is a tragedy of sexual jealousy set against the backdrop of the political system in Uttar Pradesh. It premiered at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival and was screened at the Cairo International Film Festival. Omkara was well received by critics. Rediff said: "Othello is a tricky role, a leading man eclipsed by the villain. Yet the Moor is a brooding and compelling character, and Ajay Devgn does valiantly with his material. Omkara strips Othello of the racism, exchanging his black skin for surprisingly inconsequential half-Brahminism. Ajay's best bits are when restrained, and while there is a bit of a seen-that feel to his character, by the time the film is over, you realise just how unflinchingly solid he's been." Taran Adarsh said: "Ajay makes a stirring and powerful interpretation of a man haunted by uncertainty about his lover's faithfulness. The serious look that Ajay carries suits him to the T. Of course, Ajay is exceptional in the film and looks every inch the character he portrays."

In 2006, Devgan also starred in Rohit Shetty's Golmaal. It had two sequels Golmaal Returns and Golmaal 3. In the same year, Devgan was featured in a short documentary about the Mumbai floods of 2005 titled The Awakening.

In 2007 Devgan starred in two movies, director Anubhav Sinha's action thriller Cash and Ram Gopal Varma Ki Aag.

In 2008, Devgan performed in the social film Halla Bol, directed by Rajkumar Santoshi. Also in the cast were Pankaj Kapoor and Vidya Balan. The film is based on the life of activist Safdar Hashmi, who was killed in 1989 by political rivals while performing in the street play Halla Bol. The film received harsh reviews.

In 2008, Devgan also performed in Rohit Shetty's third film Sunday. He then took the lead role with Kajol in his own directorial debut film U Me Aur Hum. The film performed moderately well at the box office and earned positive critical reviews for his performance as well as for his direction. Rediff said: "His character grows, discovers both shirt-buttons and subtlety, delivering an intense acting job. Speaking almost entirely in platitudes – pithy at first, profound as he goes on – this grows into an extraordinarily well-written character, replete with flaws and relatability. The way he treats his remorse, drunkenly pointing every finger at himself around a dinner table, is superbly handled, as is his guilty struggle to delineate his life experience from his professional opinion." Devgan also made a cameo appearance in his brother Anil Devgan's film Haal–e–dil. He then starred in Afzal Khan's Mehbooba.

Again in 2008, Devgan performed in Rohit Shetty's comedy Golmaal Returns, a sequel to the 2006 film Golmaal: Fun Unlimited about a mistrustful wife who believed her husband was unfaithful. The Indian Express said the screenplay was derivative, concluding: "There is nothing particularly new about a suspicious wife keeping tabs on her husband, and there is nothing particularly new in the way Ajay-Kareena play it." Golmaal Returns was a financial success with global revenues of 79.25 crore (US$12 million).

In 2009, Devgan produced his third film, All the Best, directed by Rohit Shetty. It had some financial success. Next, Devgan starred in Vipul Shah's London Dreams, with Salman Khan and the Tamil film star Asin. The film was not popular with the public.

2010s

In this decade, Devgan performed roles in Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai (2010), Golmaal 3 (2010), Raajneeti (2010), Singham (2011), Bol Bachchan (2012), Son of Sardaar (2012), Singham Returns (2014) and Drishyam (2015). In 2010, Devgan featured in the financially successful comedy Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge? with Paresh Rawal and Konkona Sen Sharma. He then featured in Prakash Jha's political thriller Rajneeti. Raajneeti was released internationally on 4 June 2010, after some controversies regarding similarities between actual people and the characters in the film. There were also issues about the use of the national anthem in the film. The film was made with a budget of 60 crore (US$9.4 million) When the film was released, it had positive reviews and was financially successful. Again, in 2010, Devgan starred in Milan Luthria's Once Upon a Time in Mumbai, which was among the top-grossing films of that year. Both the film and Devgan's performance were well received by the critics. Taran Adarsh said: "Ajay Devgn is splendid as Sultan. The actor had enacted a similar role in Company, but it must be said that his interpretation is so different in Once Upon A Time in Mumbaai. He adds so much depth to the character, which only goes to prove his range and versatility. This is, without a trace of doubt, Ajay's finest work so far." Komal Nahta said: "Ajay Devgn is simply fantastic in the role of Sultan Mirza. So real is his performance that it looks like he was born to play this role. Right from his look to his acting including dialogue-delivery, everything is fabulous. Indeed, an award-winning performance!"

Devgan then starred in Priyadarshan's action-thriller film Aakrosh. The movie explores the subject of honour killings. Aakrosh received some positive reviews, but was financially unsuccessful. At the end of 2010, Devgan worked again with Rohit Shetty in Golmaal 3, a sequel to Golmaal Returns (2008). Although, like its predecessor, the film received mixed reviews, it was the most successful of the Golmaal series, earning more than 107 crore (US$17 million). Devgan also worked as a voice artist in Toonpur Ka Super Hero, an animated film.

In 2011, Devgan performed with Emraan Hashmi in Madhur Bhandarkar's comedy Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji. He was a narrator in Yamla Pagla Deewana and also made a cameo appearance in Ready. Devgan starred in Rohit Shetty's Singham. Taran Adarsh said: "The title means 'Lion' and Ajay is in the centre of the battle between good and evil. Ajay is well known for the lines, "aataa maajhi satakli". The embodiment of screen masculinity, Ajay enacts the central character of a righteous, hardhearted cop with flourish. He brings alive on screen a larger-than-life hero character with determined conviction, which renders you thunderstruck. One of the few actors who underplays his part admirably, he returns to the over-the-top-action genre of films with this one. In a nutshell, his performance plays a pivotal role in carrying the film to the winning post." He then starred David Dhawan's action comedy film Rascals.

In 2012, Devgan starred in Tezz, directed by Priyadarshan. His co-stars were Anil Kapoor, Boman Irani, Kangana Ranaut, Sameera Reddy and Zayed Khan. Devgan then starred in Rohit Shetty's film Bol Bachchan. He then starred in Son Of Sardaar.

In 2013, Devgan featured in the critically and commercially unsuccessful remake of Himmatwala. Devgan next featured in Prakash Jha's political drama Satyagraha.

In 2014, Devgn featured in Rohit Shetty's Singham Returns, a sequel to Singham.Singham Returns received mixed reviews from Indian critics. Taran Adarsh of Bollywood Hungama gave it 4 stars and said: "The film is a complete mass entertainer with power-packed drama, hi-intensity dialogue and towering performances as its aces. The brand value attached to it coupled with a long weekend will help the film reap a harvest and rule the box office in days to come.". Collection of over 32.09 crore (US$5.0 million) on the first day of its release in India. Domestic net of Singham Returns are 140.62 crore (US$22 million). Devgan next featured in Prabhu Deva's Action Jackson which did not perform well at box office.

In 2015, Devgan starred in Drishyam, directed by Nishikant Kamat. The film received positive reviews, Meena Iyer of The Times of India gave the film four out of five stars, describing it as "A suspense drama with a nail-biting finish." She praised Devgan's performances: "Ajay, who is the prey here, shines in his role of the protective father.". The film was successful at the box office, by the end of its sixth week, the film had grossed about 76.48 crore (US$12 million) at the domestic box office.

In 2016, Devgn will be seen in his directorial mega project Shivaay. The film is set for release on Diwali 2016. Shivaay is a high octane action drama movie . Ajay Devgan also released the second official trailer of Shivaay. Meanwhile, more news is coming that the movie Shivaay is not going to release in Pakistan. Trade expert Komal Nahata confirmed this news via his Twitter account.

In 2017, Devgan will feature in the sequel of Son Of Sardaar, which is based on the Battle of Saragarhi, which is slated for Diwali 2017 release. He also confirmed that he is working with director Milan Luthria in Baadshaho.

Producer

Devgan's production company Ajay Devgn Films, was established in 2000. The company's first film was Raju Chacha, (2000) starring Devgan and Kajol. In 2008, Devgan made his directorial debut and co-produced U Me Aur Hum. Devgan was part of the drama film's team of four writers. The film tells the story of a woman (Kajol) who has a very weak memory and even forgets her own husband. Taran Adarsh, a film critic, described it as "a well-made, absorbing love story that's high on the emotional quotient."

In 2009, Devgan released his home production All the Best: Fun Begins, which was directed by Rohit Shetty and starred Devgan, Sanjay Dutt, Fardeen Khan, Bipasha Basu and Mugdha Godse. The film was released on 16 October 2009, and was the ninth highest grossing Bollywood film of 2009.

In 2012, Devgan starred in Rohit Shetty's romantic action comedy film Bol Bachchan, which was a joint production with Shree Ashtavinayak Cine Vision Ltd. It also featured Abhishek Bachchan, Asin and Prachi Desai. The film, made with a budget of 70 crore (US$11 million), is an official remake of Gol Maal (1979). The film was released on 6 July 2012 in about 2,575 cinemas around the world and had 2,700 prints. It received mixed reviews but had a good opening at the box office. The film had record advance bookings. Bol Bachchan was one of the highest-grossing Bollywood films. It took 158 crore (US$25 million).

Devgan also starred in Ashwni Dhir's romantic action comedy film Son of Sardaar, which was a joint production with Viacom 18 Motion Pictures. The film was released on 13 November 2012. Despite competition with Yash Raj's film Jab Tak Hai Jaan, Son of Sardaar was a financial success. It made 150 crore (US$23 million).

Filmography

Actor
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Golmaal 5 (announced) as
Gopal Kumar Santoshi
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Naam (announced)
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Sardi Ki Phusphusaahat (announced)
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Drishyam 3 (pre-production)
-
Singham Again (pre-production) as
Bajirao Singham
-
Auron Mein Kahan DumTha (filming)
2023
Maidaan (post-production)
2023
Bholaa as
Bholaa
2022
Drishyam 2 as
Vijay Salgaonkar
2022
Thank God as
Chitragupta (CG)
2022
Mitra Re Reprise (Music Video)
2022
Runway 34 as
Captain Vikrant Khanna
2022
RRR as
Venkata Rama Raju
2022
Rudra: The Edge of Darkness (TV Series) as
Rudraveer Singh
- Tod Fod (2022) - Rudraveer Singh
- Zabaan Ka Pakka (2022) - Rudraveer Singh
- Weak Spot (2022) - Rudraveer Singh
- Bali Ka Bakra (2022) - Rudraveer Singh
- 100 Killer (2022) - Rudraveer Singh
- Genius Ki Aukaat (2022) - Rudraveer Singh
2022
Gangubai Kathiawadi as
Rahim Lala
2021
Sooryavanshi as
Bajirao Singham
2021
Bhuj: The Pride of India as
Squadron Leader Vijay Karnik
2020
Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior as
Tanhaji Malusare
2019
Sukhwinder Singh & Shreya Ghoshal: Maay Bhavani (Music Video) as
Ajay Devgn
2019
De De Pyaar De as
Aashish
2019
Armaan Malik: Chale Aana (Music Video) as
Ajay Devgn
2019
Garry Sandhu & Neha Kakkar: Hauli Hauli (Music Video) as
Ajay Devgn
2019
Sunidhi Chauhan & Navraj Hans: Vaddi Sharaban (Music Video) as
Ajay Devgn
2019
Total Dhamaal as
Guddu
2019
Harrdy Sandhu, Abuzar Akhtar, Aditi Singh Sharma and Jonita Gandhi: Speaker Phat Jaaye (Music Video) as
Ajay Devgn
2019
Jyotica Tangri, Shaan and Subhro Ganguly: Mungda (Music Video) as
Ajay Devgn
2018
Simmba as
DCP Bajirao M. Singham
2018
Raid as
Amay Patnaik
2018
Aapla Manus as
Vishwas
2017
Golmaal Again as
Gopal
2017
Baadshaho as
Bhawani Singh
2017
Guest iin London as
Ajay Gandothra (Special Guest Appearance)
2016
Shivaay as
Shivaay
2016
Fitoor as
Moazam
2015
Drishyam as
Vijay Salgaonkar
2015
Hey Bro as
Special Appearance
2014
C.I.D. (TV Series) as
D.C.P. Bajirao Singham / Ajay Devgn
- Action Jackson (2014) - Ajay Devgn
- C.I.D. Mein Singham: Part 2 (2014) - D.C.P. Bajirao Singham
- C.I.D. Mein Singham: Part 1 (2014) - D.C.P. Bajirao Singham
2014
Action Jackson as
Vishi / Jay / AJ
2014
Singham Returns as
DCP Bajirao M. Singham
2013
Mahabharat as
Arjun (voice)
2013
Satyagraha as
Manav Raghvendra
2013
Himmatwala as
Ravi
2012
Mr Fraud
2012
Savdhaan India: Crime Alert (TV Series) as
Host
- Episode #1.1885 - Host
- Episode #1.1884 - Host
- Episode #1.1883 - Host
- Episode #1.1882 - Host
2012
Son of Sardaar as
Jassi Randhawa
2012
Bol Bachchan as
Prithviraj Raghuvanshi
2012
Power (Short) as
Shivam
2012
Tezz as
Aakaash Rana
2011
Rascals as
Bhagat Bhosle
2011
Singham as
Inspector Bajirao M. Singham
2011
Ready as
Raju
2011
Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji as
Naren Ahuja
2011
Yamla Pagla Deewana as
Narrator
2010
Toonpur Ka Superrhero as
Aditya
2010
Golmaal 3 as
Gopal 'Gopu'
2010
Aakrosh as
Pratap Kumar
2010
Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai as
Sultan Mirza
2010
Raajneeti as
Sooraj Kumar
2010
Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge? as
Puneet 'Pappu'
2010
Teen Patti as
Sunny
2009
London Dreams as
Arjun
2009
All the Best: Fun Begins as
Prem Chopra
2009
Vighnaharta Shree Siddhivinayak as
Actor
2008
Golmaal Returns as
Gopal Kumar Santoshi
2008
Mehbooba as
Karan
2008
Haal-e-Dil as
Special appearance
2008
U Me Aur Hum as
Dr. Ajay Mehra
2008
Sunday as
ACP Rajveer Randhava
2008
Halla Bol as
Ashfaque Khan / Sameer Khan
2007
Ram Gopal Varma Ki Aag as
Heerendra 'Heero' Dhaan
2007
Cash as
Karan 'Doctor'
2006
Omkara as
Omi Shukla / Omkara (as Ajay Devgan)
2006
The Awakening (Short)
2006
Golmaal: Fun Unlimited as
Gopal
2006
Dharti Kahe Pukar Ke
2005
Shikhar as
Gaurav 'G.G.' Gupta
2005
Apaharan as
Ajay Shastri
2005
Bihaad......The Outlawed as
Shikhar Yadav Singh
2005
Main Aisa Hi Hoon as
Indraneel "Neel" Thakur
2005
Kaal as
Kaali Pratap Singh
2005
Tango Charlie as
Havaldar Mohammed Ali / Mike Alpha
2005
Zameer as
Suraj Chauhan
2005
Blackmail as
Shekhar Mohan
2005
Insan as
Inspector Ajit Rathod
2004
Taarzan: The Wonder Car as
Deven Chaudhary
2004
Raincoat as
Manoj 'Mannu'
2004
Yuva as
Michael Mukherjee
2004
Masti as
Inspector Sikander
2004
Khakee as
Yashwant Angre, Former Police Officer
2003
LOC: Kargil as
Lt. Manoj Kumar Pandey, 1 by 11 Gurkha Rifles
2003
Zameen as
Col. Ranvir Singh Ranawat
2003
Parwana as
Parwana
2003
Gangaajal as
Amit Kumar
2003
Chori Chori as
Ranbir Malhotra
2003
Qayamat: City Under Threat as
Rachit
2003
Bhoot as
Vishal
2002
Deewangee as
Tarang Bharadwaj
2002
The Legend of Bhagat Singh as
Bhagat Singh
2002
Hum Kisi Se Kum Nahin as
Raja
2002
Company as
Mallik
2001
Tera Mera Saath Rahen as
Raj Dixit
2001
Lajja as
Bulwa
2001
Yeh Raaste Hain Pyaar Ke as
Vicky / Rohit Verma
2000
Raju Chacha as
Shekhar / Raju chacha
2000
Deewane as
Vishal / Arun
1999
Thakshak as
Ishaan Singh
1999
Gair as
Vijay Kumar / Dev
1999
Dil Kya Kare as
Anand Kishore
1999
Hindustan Ki Kasam as
Ajay / Tauheed
1999
Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam as
Vanraj
1999
Hogi Pyaar Ki Jeet as
Raju
1999
Kachche Dhaage as
Aftab
1998
Zakhm as
Ajay
1998
Sar Utha Ke Jiyo as
Special Appearance
1998
Pyaar To Hona Hi Tha as
Shekhar
1998
Major Saab as
Virendra Pratap Singh
1997
Itihaas as
Karan
1997
Ishq as
Ajay Rai
1996
Diljale as
Shaka / Shyam
1996
Jaan as
Karan
1996
Jung as
Ajay Bahadur Verma
1995
Haqeeqat as
Shiva / Ajay
1995
Gundaraj as
Ajay Chauvan
1995
Hulchul as
Deva
1995
Naajayaz as
Inspector Jai Bakshi / Jai Solanki
1994
Suhaag as
Ajay R. Sharma / Ajay R. Malhotra
1994
Vijaypath as
Karan
1994
Kanoon as
Vishal
1994
Dilwale as
Arun Saxena
1993
Divya Shakti as
Prashant Verma
1993
Dhanwaan as
Kashinath
1993
Bedardi as
Vijay 'Viju' Saxena
1993
Ek Hi Raasta as
Karan Singh
1993
Dil Hai Betaab as
Ajay
1993
Shaktiman as
Amar
1993
Sangram as
Raja S. Singh Kanwar
1993
Platform as
Rajoo
1992
Courage as
Raju / Raj Verma
1991
Phool Aur Kaante as
Ajay
Producer
-
Gobar (producer) (completed)
2023
Bholaa (producer)
2022
Runway 34 (producer)
2022
Bhaagad Bille: The Great Indian Murder (Music Video) (producer)
2022
Raskala: The Great Indian Murder (Music Video) (producer)
2022
The Great Indian Murder (TV Series) (producer - 9 episodes)
- Dhokha (2022) - (producer)
- Asli Naqli (2022) - (producer)
- Rajneeti aur Pyaar (2022) - (producer)
- Mohan Kumar (2022) - (producer)
- Laal Salaam aur Billu Biryani (2022) - (producer)
- Ingetayi aur Kaala Bag (2022) - (producer)
- Munna aur Eketi (2022) - (producer)
- Jagannath Rai (2022) - (producer)
- Vicky Rai (2022) - (producer)
2021
The Big Bull (producer)
2021
Tribhanga (producer)
2020
Chhalaang (producer)
2020
Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior (producer)
2019
Total Dhamaal (producer)
2018
Helicopter Eela (producer)
2018
Swami Ramdev Ek Sangharsh (TV Series) (producer - 6 episodes)
- Ramkishan calls Balkrishna for Vikram's treatment (2018) - (producer)
- Albright beats Sunil badly and make arrested Ramkishan by police. (2018) - (producer)
- Ramkishan gets threat by Albright (2018) - (producer)
- Vikram realized his mistake and Apologize to Ramkishan and become friend to Sunil (2018) - (producer)
- Ramkishan signs on Albright's agreement, Geeta run away with Sunil, Rohit and Imraan. (2018) - (producer)
- Albright Expelled Geeta, Ramkishan meets with Geeta's parent (2018) - (producer)
2018
Aapla Manus (producer)
2016
Shivaay (producer)
2015
Parched (producer)
2014
Vitti Dandu (producer)
2014
Singham Returns (producer)
2012
Son of Sardaar (producer)
2012
Bol Bachchan (producer)
2009
All the Best: Fun Begins (producer)
2008
U Me Aur Hum (producer)
2006
The Awakening (Short) (producer)
2000
Raju Chacha (producer)
Director
2023
Bholaa
2022
Runway 34
2016
Shivaay (attached)
2008
U Me Aur Hum
Music Department
2012
Son of Sardaar (playback singer)
2012
Bol Bachchan (playback singer)
2010
Toonpur Ka Superrhero (playback singer)
2008
Mehbooba (playback singer)
Soundtrack
2012
Son of Sardaar (performer: "Kabhi Kabhi Mere Dil Mein Yeh Sawaal Aata Hai (Funk Version)", "Kabhi Kabhi Mere Dil Mein Yeh Sawaal Aata Hai (Trance)")
2012
Bol Bachchan (performer: "Bol Bol Bachchan")
2008
Mehbooba (performer: "Babuji")
1996
Diljale (performer: "Shaam Hai Dhuan Dhuan")
Miscellaneous
2006
Golmaal: Fun Unlimited (critical supervisor) / (technical advisor)
2003
Zameen (critical supervisor)
2000
Raju Chacha (critical supervisor)
Camera Department
2003
Zameen (additional camera operator) / (camera operator: action sequences) / (camera operator: stunt unit)
Assistant Director
1995
Dushmani: A Violent Love Story (trainee assistant director)
1994
Madam X (assistant director)
Writer
2008
U Me Aur Hum (story)
Editor
2006
The Awakening (Short)
Thanks
2017
Guest iin London (very special thanks)
2011
Ready (special thanks)
2011
Yamla Pagla Deewana (special thanks)
2010
Teen Patti (special thanks)
2009
Radio: Love on Air (special thanks)
Self
2016
The Kapil Sharma Show (TV Series) as
Self
- Bholaa Special (2023) - Self
- Anokha Drishyam (2022) - Self
- Diwali Special with Thank God Team (2022) - Self
- Runway 34 takes over the stage (2022) - Self
- Cast of Bhuj on The Kapil Sharma Show (2021) - Self
- The Big Bull Stars Ki Raat (2021) - Self
- The Star-Cast of Tanhaji (2020) - Self
- The Cast of De De Pyaar De (2019) - Self
- The Dhamaal Continues (2019) - Self
- Total Dhamaal (2019) - Self
- Team Shivaay in Kapil's Show (2016) - Self
- Ajay Devgan and Kajol Rock Kapil's Show (2016) - Self
2022
Greenlable - Insecticides India Ltd TVC Ft. Ajay Devgan (TV Special short) as
Village Men
2022
Burning Questions (TV Series) as
Self
- Ajay Devgn & Rakul Preet Answer Burning Questions (2022) - Self
2021
Into the Wild with Bear Grylls & Ajay Devgn (TV Series documentary)
2012
Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #1.2900 (2020) - Self
- Episode #1.2320 (2017) - Self
- Episode #1.2062 (2016) - Self
- Episode #1.1102 (2013) - Self
- Episode #1.1006 (2012) - Self
- Ajay Devgn outwits everyone! (2012) - Self
- Gokuldham's press conference (2012) - Self
2016
Baba Ki Chowki (TV Series) as
Self
- Rakul's dream hubby! (2019) - Self
- Baba meets the cast of Raid (2018) - Self
- Golmaal Again with Baba (2017) - Self
- Baadshaho's cast on Baba Ki Chowki (2017) - Self
- Baba meets Shivaay (2016) - Self
2011
Koffee with Karan (TV Series) as
Self - Guest / Self
- Kajol and Ajay Devgn (2018) - Self - Guest
- Episode #3.13 (2011) - Self
2018
Bollywood: The World's Biggest Film Industry (TV Series documentary) as
Self - Interviewee
- Episode #1.1 (2018) - Self - Interviewee (uncredited)
2018
Family Time with Kapil Sharma (TV Series) as
Self - Guest
- Episode #1.1 (2018) - Self - Guest
2017
Bigg Boss (TV Series) as
Self
- Golmaal Is Back Again! (2017) - Self
- Bigg Fun With Golmaal Again! (2017) - Self
2017
Poster Boys as
Self - Narrator
2017
Super Fight League (TV Special) as
Self - Co-Owner Mumbai Maniacs
2016
London Live News (TV Series) as
Self - Guest
- Episode dated 14 July 2016 (2016) - Self - Guest
2013
Comedy Nights with Kapil (TV Series) as
Self
- Arshad Warsi as a host, Ajay Devgn, Tabu, Shriya Saran (2015) - Self
- Ajay Devgan, Kunaal Roy Kapur, Prabhudeva, Manasvi and Sonakshi Sinha (2014) - Self
- Ajay and Kareena - Singham Returns (2014) - Self
- Ajay Devgan and Prakash Jha (2013) - Self
2013
B4U Talk of the Town UK (TV Series) as
Self - Guest
- Episode dated 5 August 2013 (2013) - Self - Guest
2012
Kaun Banega Crorepati? (TV Series) as
Self
- Son of Sardaar Special (2012) - Self
2010
Aap Ki Adalat (TV Series) as
Self
- Ajay Devgan in Aap Ki Adalat (2010) - Self
2003
50th National Film Awards (TV Special) as
Self (Best Actor)
1995
Sa Re Ga Ma Pa (TV Series) as
Self (1999-2011)
Archive Footage
2021
Daler Mehndi: Aila Re Aillaa (Music Video)
2014
C.I.D. (TV Series) as
D.C.P. Bajirao Singham
- C.I.D. Mein Singham: Part 3 (2014) - D.C.P. Bajirao Singham

References

Ajay Devgn Wikipedia


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