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Ajinkya Deo is an Indian actor in Marathi films and is the son of veteran Marathi actor Ramesh Deo and Seema Deo. He is elder brother of Hindi film director Abhinay Deo. Vasudev Balawant Phadke was the latest Marathi film in which he was the lead. The film was released in December 2007.
Ajinkya Dev is also the executive director of Prabhat Entertainment TV channel. The channel, which is being beamed through THAICOM-3 is being financed partially by an NRI. Apart from Ajinkya the Board of directors of Prabhat Entertainment TV comprised Ravi Agrawal (chairman), Deepak Agrawal (managing director), Charuhas Satam (creative director), Anant Rangaswami (marketing director) and Anil Shetty (director). The channel operated from 2000 to 2002. Ajinkya Deo acted in a Telugu horror film in the year 1996 directed by Ram Gopal Varma.
Ajinkya Dev currently anchoring a crime show with Marathi entertainment Chanel [Star Pravah].
Ajinkya working with Ajay Devgan in his Historic big budget Movie Tanaaji.
|1985||Vahinichi Maya||Dr. Rajesh||Marathi|
|1987||Sarja||Sarja||Marathi||National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Marathi in 35th National Film Awards year-1987 |
|1987||Majha Ghar Majha Sansaar||Prasad Sane||Marathi|
|1987||Kashyasathi Premasathi (film)||Abhay Mohite||Marathi|
|1988||Sone Pe Suhaaga||Dr. Prem||Hindi|
|1990||Pyasi Nigahen||Inspector Vijay||Hindi|
|1990||Nagin (TV Series)||Dr. Ajay||Hindi|
|1991||Jasa Baap Tashi Poore||Shekhar Thorat||Marathi|
|1992||Vajwa Re Vajwa||Akash||Marathi|
|1993||Phool Aur Angaar||Adhikari||Hindi|
|1993||Lapandav||Vikram 'Vicky' Malgude|
|1994||Chal Gammat Karu||Marathi|
|1995-1996||Zee Horror Show||Hindi||TV Series |
Episodes Jadu Tona (1995) and Chandalika (1996)
|1996||The Peacock Spring||Vikram Singh||English||TV movie|
|2001||Avgat||Ramakant Narvekar aka Ramya||Marathi|
|2004||Aan: Men at Work||Hindi|
|2005||Mr Ya Miss||Bhagwan Shiv||Hindi|
|2008||Ek Krantiveer: Vasudev Balwant Phadke||Vasudev Balwant Phadke||Marathi|
|2013||24 (Indian TV series)||Abhay Gupta / Kartik||Hindi|
|2019||The Warrior Queen of Jhansi||Tantia Tope||English|
- Platinum Jubilee of Indian Cinema. Genres of Indian cinema. p. 123.
- "interview of ajinkya deo". pandolin.com. 31 October 2012. Retrieved 19 November 2012.
- Willemen, Ashish Rajadhyaksha ; Paul (1999). Encyclopaedia of Indian cinema (New rev. ed.). New Delhi: Oxford Univ. Press. p. 185. ISBN 978-0-85170-669-6.
- "35th National Film Awards" (PDF). Directorate of Film Festivals. Retrieved 17 November 2012.
1991 Indrajeet Hindi
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