Dev (actor)

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Dev
Native name দেব
Born Deepak Adhikari
(1982-12-25) 25 December 1982 (age 32)
Mahisha, West Bengal, India
Residence Kolkata, India
Nationality Indian
Occupation Actor, Member of Parlament(MP), Politician
Years active 2005–present
Deepak Adhikari (Dev)
Member of Parliament
Incumbent
Assumed office
2014
Preceded by Gurudas Dasgupta
Constituency Ghatal, West Bengal

Dev (Bengali: দেব) (born Deepak Adhikari on 25 December 1982) is a Bengali film actor, producer, entertainer, singer.[1] He made his acting debut in the 2006 film Agnishapath. He is one of the biggest superstars and highest paid actors[citation needed] in Tollywood.[1] He is also a co-founder and co-chairman of Jalsha Movies Production.

In addition to his films, he also endorses several brands, such as Vivel-ITC Limited,[2] Royal Stag,[3] Shricon TMT Bars,[4][5][6][7] Bakefresh Biscuits,[8] and the television channel Jalsha Movies.[9] Recently, Dev has been hosting as the captain one of biggest dance reality show of Bengal Dance Bangla Dance, which was earlier hosted by the legend Mithun Chakraborty.[10] He is now also an honorable Member of Parliament of India from the Ghatal constituency, as a candidate, from the party All India Trinamool Congress.[11]

Biography

Dev was born in Mahisha, a small village near Keshpur, to Guru and Mousumi Adhikari. He has a sister, Deepali. His nickname is Raju. He spent his childhood living with his maternal uncle in Chandrakona; after that, he was brought up in Mumbai. He attended Purushottam High School, in Bandra, and Bharatiya Vidyapeeth University, in Pune, receiving a Diploma in Computer engineering from the latter. After receiving his diploma, Dev returned to Mumbai and started his film career as an observer on the set of Abbas-Mustan's Taarzan: The Wonder Car. He also did an acting course at the Kishore Namit Kapoor Acting Academy.[1]

Film career

2005–07

His first role as actor was in the 2005 film Agnishapath, directed by Prabir Nandi, opposite Rachana Banerjee. The film did not perform well at the box office and was declared a flop. By this point, the film I Love You, directed by Ravi Kinnagi, was in development at Shree Venkatesh Films. Dev met with the producers and gained the male lead role.[12]

Despite the financial success of I Love You, Dev did not take on any other roles for about 14 months. He went to Mumbai, and, dedicated to improving himself, learned dance and trained under fight choreographer Aejaz Gulab (of Shootout at Lokhandwala and Mission Istaanbul).

2008–10

Dev with producer Nispal Singh Rane during shooting of Mon Mane Na

Dev returned to acting in director Raj Chakraborty's action-romance Challenge, opposite Subhashree Ganguly.[13] The film was a huge hit in West Bengal, giving Dev a considerable popularity boost.

Dev did item songs like "Pante Tali," as special appearance in the film Chirodini Tumi Je Amar, the track as well as the video were very successful. He also performed an additional item number in the film Jackpot, directed by Kaushik Ganguly.[14] The song was a remake of "Jibone ki Pabona," a track originally performed by Bengali actor Soumitra Chatterjee. As special appearance Dev also appeared in Ekti Tarar Khonje directed by Abhik Mukhopadhyay.[15]

In December 2010, Indian romantic Bengali film Shedin Dekha Hoyechilo starring Dev and Srabanti Chatterjee released, directed by Sujit Mondol and produced by Shree Venkatesh Films. This is the second collaboration between Dev and Sujit Mondol. This movie was one of the biggest hits of 2010. The title track of the movie being shot at Switzerland is one of the best romantic songs of tollywood ever. The chemistry between Dev and Srabanti is so mellifluous that it added a new flavour which was tremendously appreciated by the audience and critics. The film had an item number by Samidh and Rishi "Khokababu jaye, Lal juto paye" which was the entry song for Dev in the movie. The song's choreographer Baba Yadav said, "Dev has done a great job. There's no doubt that he is an amazing dancer...What I like about Dev is the fact that he enjoys dancing. This shows in his movements."[16] "Khokababu jaye, Lal juto paye" was the costliest song of Tollywood (costing nearly 50-60 million)[16] until the release of Khokababu in January 2012, which contained the costlier item number, "Dance maare Khokababu".[citation needed]

In 2010, Dev received the STAR Ananda Shera notun Protibha Award, at the 2010 Shera Bangali Awards.[17][18][19]

2011–present

In June 2011, Dev starred alongside Koel Mallick in Paglu, directed by Rajib Biswas. Produced by Surinder Films, this movie was the highest opener in Tollywood history before Challenge 2 was released in October 2012. Paglu is highest in terms of earning T.R.P on Bengali television till date, having a T.R.P of 12.25, when it was telecast on Star Jalsha. It even left 3 Idiots behind in the T.R.P. battle.[20] As per Sree Venkatesh distribution head, Debasis Sarkar – "Paglu released in 166 theatres across Bengal in the first week. The second week has seen the number of theatres rising to 169. The movie is running in 17 theatres in Kolkata. The gross collections till Monday's (13 June) matinee show have crossed Rs 50 million."[21] The film was a box-office success.[22] This film also introduced martial art in Bengali cinema and Dev as the first martial art hero. The director said – " Dev was superb with the action sequences. He did some martial art stunts and also learnt kickboxing for two months only for my movie. I was amazed with his dedication. Bengali films haven't ever seen such action sequences before. There is a train and a bike chase sequence that was shot by Zoyeb and Dev. I was literally scared when they were shooting this sequence without any body double. Hats off to their courage".[23][24][25][26]

In November 2011, his movie Romeo, directed by Sujit Mondol and co-starring Subhashree Ganguly,[27] was released and earned Dev commendations from all sections of audience and from critics. The movie also saw Dev-Subhashree, the most talked about jodi (pair) of Tollywood and that too after two years.[28][29][30][31] In December, a biography of Dev entitled Aami Dev, was released by Greymind Publications.[32]

In January 2012, Dev starred in Khokababu, the 2nd highest-grossing Tollywood film, once again opposite Subhashree Ganguly. The film directed by Shankar Aiyya and produced by Ashok Dhanuka Himanshu Dhanuka of Eskay Movies, is the longest running movie of 2012, remaining in theatre for more than 300 days.[33] The film had an item number "Dance Maare Khokababu" which was the costliest song of Tollywood[34][35] till Challenge 2 released in October 2012, whose title track "Challenge nibi na sala" broke the record to become the costliest song till now made in Tollywood.[citation needed]

Other work

Television

In November 2011, as a special appearance in Raj Chakraborty's serial 'Sobinoy Nibedon' in Sananda TV, with a bevy of beauties wrapped around him, Dev showed his Romeo side, dancing to Ami Romeo, Khokababu jaye, Gal mitthi mitthi bol and Paglu thoda sa karle romance. "I wish Naina and Joydeep a very happy married life," Dev later told t2.[36] Again in March 2012, Dev appeared in a holi special show 'Ronger Anandey' at Sananda TV.[37][38]

In April 2010 and again in December 2011, he entered as a special guest in Mirakkel Akkel Challenger, an Indian Reality Show on Zee Bangla hosted by Mir Afsar Ali and directed by Subhankar Chattopadhyay.[39][40][41] He also came as special guest in many shows such as Dadagiri Season 2, Season 4 etc. Dev became the main coach and judge of Dance Bangla Dance in the show's eighth season, replacing Mithun Chakraborty.[42]

Stage

Dev has given many stage performances and has participated in several concerts. In 2007, he performed in the Bengal Film Journalists' Association(BFJA) awards 2007.[43] In 2009, he performed in ETV bangla prathama in a Bengali TV channel ETV Bangla. He performed in a concert also, Mon Mane Na concert in 2009. Being a terrific dancer, he's also a brilliant stage performer. He also performed in many award functions as in Star Jalsha Entertaintment Awards 2009, Star Jalsha Entertaintment Awards 2010, Zee Banglar Gourav Samman 2011, Star Jalsha Entertaintment Awards 2011, Jaya Hey, Zee Bangalar Gourav Samman 2012.[44][45]

Politics

Dev won the 2014 Lok Sabha Elections as a Trinamool Congress candidate from Ghatal constituency.[46]

Special appearances

Dev has had special appearances in many films. In 2009, he made a cameo appearance in the item song "Pante tali" of Chirodini Tumi Je Amar directed by Raj Chakraborty and produced by Shree Venkatesh Films.[47] The song was one of the leading chartbuster songs of the year. In the same year he appeared in an additional item number "Jibone ki Pabona" in the film Jackpot, directed by Kaushik Ganguly. The song was a cover of a track originally performed by Bengali actor Soumitra Chatterjee.[48][49]

In 2010, he appeared as himself in Abhik Mukhopadhyay's Ekti Tarar Khonje.[50][51][52]

In 2012, Dev made a cameo appearance in Bawali Unlimited, directed by Sujit Mondal.[53]

Filmography

Films

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Title Year Role Director Notes
Agnishapath 2006 Jeet Prabir Nandi
I Love You 2007 Rahul Rabi Kinagi Character remake of Prem, portrayed by Salman Khan in Maine Pyaar Kiya, Siddharth in Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana, Jayam Ravi in Something Something ... Unakkum Enakkum, Anirudh in Neenello Naanalle, Anubhav Mohanty in Suna Chadhei Mo Rupa Chadhei, Shakib Khan in Nissash Amar Tumi, Girish Kumar in Ramaiya Vastavaiya
Premer Kahini 2008 Akash Rabi Kinagi Character remake of Preetam, portrayed by Ganesh in Mungaru Male, Vinay Rai in Vaana
Chirodini Tumi Je Amar 2008 Unknown Raj Chakraborty Cameo appearance in the song "Pant E Tali"
Mon Mane Na 2008 Akash Sujit Guha Character remake of Luc Teyssier, portrayed by Kevin Kline in French Kiss
Jackpot 2009 Unknown Kaushik Ganguly Cameo appearance in the song "Jibone Ki Pabo Na"
Challenge 2009 Abir Raj Chakraborty Character remake of Bunny, portrayed by Allu Arjun in Bunny
Paran Jai Jaliya Re 2009 Raj Rabi Kinagi Character remake of Arjun Ballu Singh, portrayed by Akshay Kumar in Namastey London
Dujone 2009 Akash Rajib Biswas
Bolo Na Tumi Aamar 2010 Abhishek Sujit Mondal Character remake of Bunny, portrayed by Allu Arjun in Happy
Le Chakka 2010 Abir Raj Chakraborty Character remake of Raghu, portrayed by Jai in Chennai 600028, Hemal Ranasinghe in Super Six
Ekti Tarar Khonje 2010 Himself Abhik Mukhopadhyay Cameo appearance
Dui Prithibi 2010 Shibu Raj Chakraborty Character remake of Gaali Seenu, portrayed by Allari Naresh in Gamyam, Ravi Krishna in Kadhalna Summa Illai, Raghu Mukherjee in Savaari
Shedin Dekha Hoyechilo 2010 Abir Sujit Mondal Character remake of Krishna, portrayed by Allu Arjun in Parugu, Babushaan in Sanju Aau Sanjana, Tiger Shroff in Heropanti
Paglu 2011 Dev Rajib Biswas Character remake of Devdas, portrayed by Ram Pothineni in Devadasu
Romeo 2011 Siddhartha Roy (Sidhu) Sujit Mondal Character remake of Siddharth, portrayed by Siddharth in Konchem Ishtam Konchem Kashtam
Khokababu 2012 Abir/Khoka Shankar Aiyya Character remake of Srinivas 'Babloo' Rao, portrayed by Manchu Vishnu in Dhee, Vinay Rai in Mirattal
Paglu 2 2012 Dev Sujit Mondal Character remake of Sreenu, portrayed by Ram Pothineni in Kandireega, Varun Dhawan in Main Tera Hero
Challenge 2 2012 Abhiraj Roy Raja Chanda Character remake of Ajay Kumar, portrayed by Mahesh Babu in Dookudu, Puneeth Rajkumar in Power, Ajay Devgan in Action Jackson
Bawali Unlimited 2012 Jay Sujit Mondal Cameo appearance
Khoka 420 2013 Krish/Krishna Rajib Biswas Character remake of Krish, portrayed by N. T. Rama Rao Jr. in Brindavanam, Darshan in Brindavana, Shakib Khan in Buk Fatey To Mukh Foteyna
Rangbaaz 2013 Raj Raja Chanda Character remake of Charan, portrayed by Ram Charan in Chirutha
Chander Pahar 2013 Shankar Roy Chowdhury Kamaleshwar Mukherjee Character adapted from the protagonist of the epic Bengali novel, Chander Pahar, written by Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay
Obhishopto Nighty 2014 Himself Birsa Dasgupta Cameo appearance
Bindaas 2014 Abhimanyu Rajib Biswas Character remake of Jai, portrayed by Prabhas in Mirchi, Sudeep in Maanikya
Buno Haansh 2014 Amal Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury Character adapted from the protagonist of the Bengali novel, Buno Haansh, written by Samaresh Majumdar. Buno Haansh is nominated for Oscar Award
Yoddha: The Warrior 2014 Raj Chakraborty Character remake of Harsha/Kal Bhairav, portrayed by Ram Charan in Magadheera
Herogiri 2015 Rabi Kinagi
Mahabharat 2015 Kamaleshwar Mukherjee

Signed for playback singer

Name of the film Banner
Khokababu Eskay Movies

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Film Result
2009 Anandalok Awards Anandalok Awards for Best Actor Challenge[54] Won
2009 Anandalok Awards Anandalok Awards for Best Action Hero Challenge[55] Won
2010 Star Jalsha Entertainment Awards 2010 Star Jalsha Entertainment Awards 2010 for Best Actor Poran Jaye Jolia Re Won
2010 Star Jalsha Entertainment Awards 2010 Star Jalsha Entertainment Awards 2010 for Best Actor Dujone Nominated
2010 Tele Cine Awards 2010 Tele Cine Awards 2010 for Best Actor Challenge Won
2010 Kalakar Awards 2010 Kalakar Awards 2010 for Best Actor Challenge Won
2010 Star Ananda Shera Bangali awards 2010 STAR Ananda Shera notun Protibha Award Won
2010 Anandalok Awards 2010 Anandalok Awards 2010 for Best Actor (Male) Le Chakka[56][57][58] Won
2011 Big Bangla Movie Awards 2011 Big Bangla Movie Awards 2011 for Best Actor of the decade Won
2011 Anandalok Awards Anandalok Awards for Best Actor Paglu[59] Nominated
2011 Star Jalsha Entertainment Awards 2011 Star Jalsha Entertainment Awards 2011 for Best Dancing Sensation Won
2011 Zee Bangla Awards 2011 Zee Bangla Awards 2011 for Best Actor Le Chakka Nominated
2012 Star Guide Bengali film Awards 2012 Star Guide Bengali film Awards 2012 for Best Actor Paglu Won
2012 Anandalok Awards 2012 Anandalok Awards 2012 for Best Actor (Male) Paglu 2[60][61] Nominated
2012 Zee Bangla Awards 2012 Zee Bangla Awards 2012 for Best Actor Khokababu Won
2012 12th Tele Cine Awards 2012 12th Tele Cine Awards 2012 for Best Actor Paglu[62][63] Won
2012 Kalakar Awards 2012 Kalakar Awards 2012 for Best Actor Paglu[64] Won
2013 13th Tele Cine Awards 2013 13th Tele Cine Awards 2013 for Best Actor Challenge 2[65] Nominated
2013 Star Jalsha Entertainment Awards 2013 Star Jalsha Entertainment Awards 2013 for Best Dancing Sensation Won
2013 Star Jalsha Entertainment Awards 2013 Star Jalsha Entertainment Awards 2013 for Best Debut Singing Khokababu Won
2014 Most Desirable Tollywood Actor 2014 (Public Poll) Best Actor Khoka 420,Rangbaaz and Chander Pahar[1] Won
2014 Tollywood National Award 2014 Best Actor Chander Pahar Won
2014 Tollywood National Award 2014 Best Romantic Hero Khoka 420 Nominated
2014 Tollywood National Award 2014 Best Action Hero Rangbaaz Won
2014 Kalakar Awards 2014 Kalakar Awards 2014 for Best Actor Rangbaaz and Chander Pahar Won
2014 BFJA Award For Best Actor 2014 BFJA Award For Best Actor Best Actor Chander Pahar Won
2014 Zee Bangla Gourab Somman Awards 2014 Best Actor Chander Pahar Won
2014 Anandalok Awards Best Actor Chander Pahar Won
2014 Zee Bangla Gourab Somman Awards 2014 Best Dancing Sensation Won
2014 Filmfare Awards East Global East People's Choice Filmfare Award Won
2014 14th Tele Cine Awards 2014 14th Tele Cine Awards for Best Actor Chander Pahar Pending
2014 14th Tele Cine Awards 2014 14th Tele Cine Awards for Best Jodi (Dev-Koel) Rangbaaz Pending
2014 Oscar Oscar Award for Best Film Buno Haansh Pending

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