Deepak Dobriyal

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Deepak Dobriyal
Deepak Dobriyal in 2013.jpg
Dobriyal in 2013
Born (1975-09-01) 1 September 1975 (age 45)
NationalityIndian
OccupationActor
Years active2002-present
Notable work
Omkara, Tanu Weds Manu, Hindi Medium, Maqbool
Spouse(s)
Lara Bhalla
(m. 2009)

Deepak Dobriyal is an Indian movie and theatre actor.[1][2] He is recipient of a Filmfare award. He worked in many Bollywood films such as Omkara (2006), Shaurya (2008), Tanu Weds Manu (2011), Dabangg 2 (2012), Chor Chor Super Chor"(2013) Tanu Weds Manu Returns (2015), Prem Ratan Dhan Payo (2015) and Hindi Medium (2017), Angrezi Medium (2020).[3]

Early life and education[edit]

Deepak Dobriyal was born on 1 September in Pauri, Garhwal district, Uttarakhand. His parents are from Kabra village near Rithakhal and Satpuli village, Pauri Garhwal in Uttarakhand state.[4] Later, his family moved to Delhi when he was 5 years old. There, Deepak completed his studies at Govt. Boys Senior Secondary School Begumpur. [5] In Delhi, he lived in Katwariya Saray. Deepak Dobriyal is married to Lara Bhalla.[6]

Theatre career[edit]

He started his acting career in 1994 with eminent theatre director Arvind Gaur.[5] His major plays with Gaur are Tughlaq, Andha Yug, Final Solutions, Desire Under the Elms, Rakt Kalyan, Court Martial, Dario Fo's Operation Three Star, The Caucasian Chalk Circle, The Good Person of Szechwan, Neil Simon's The Good Doctor and Ashok Lal's Ek Mamooli Aadmi.[7] After six years with Asmita theatre, he joined Act One with director Pt. N. K. Sharma.[5] He acted in Aao Saathi Sapna Dekhen, Hamaar Baabuji ki chhattri and Aksar Maine Socha Hai.

Play Role Writer-Director
Tughlaq Aazam Girish Karnad-Arvind Gaur
Andha Yug Praheri Dharamvir Bharati-Arvind Gaur
Final Solutions Javed Mahesh Dattani-Arvind Gaur
Court-martial Bikash Roy Swadesh Deepak-Arvind Gau
Desire Under The Elms Eben Eugene O Neill-Arvind Gaur
Rakt Kalyan Jagdeva Girish Karnad-Arvind Gaur
Accidental Death of an Anarchist Dario Fo Arvind Gaur
The Good Person of Szechwan Raju Bertolt Brecht-Arvind Gaur
The Good Doctor Writer-Neil Simon Arvind Gaur
Ek Mamuli Aadmi Ishwar chand Awasthi Ashok Lal-Arvind Gaur
The Caucasian Chalk Circle Azdak Bertolt Brecht-Arvind Gaur
Madhavi Galav Bhisham Sahni-Arvind Gaur
Merchant of Venice Bassanio William Shakespeare-Arvind Gaur
Julius Caesar Titinius William Shakespeare-Arvind Gaur
Qalandar Arvind Gaur
Aksar Maine Socha hai N. K. Sharma
Hamaar Babuji Ki Chhatri N. K. Sharma
Aao Saathi Sapna Dekhen Behrupiya Harsh Khurana-N. K. Sharma

Film career[edit]

He has received recognition for his role in Omkara as "Rajju"[8] and as a side-kick to the protagonist "Pappi" in Tanu Weds Manu (2011), a role he reprised in 2015 sequel Tanu Weds Manu: Returns and again received critical acclaims.[9]

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
2002 Dil Hai Tumhara Sheep herder in Palampur
2003 Maqbool Thapa
2006 Omkara Roderigo | Rajan Tiwari/Rajju[10] Filmfare Award for Special Performance
2007 1971 Flight Lt. Gurtu
2008 Shaurya Captain Javed Khan
Midnight Lost and Found Arvind Short video
2009 Delhi-6 Mamdu
Gulaal Rajendar Bhati
Yavarum Nalam / 13B Senthil / Ashok
2010 Daayen Ya Baayen Ramesh Majila
2011 Tanu Weds Manu Pappi
Teen Thay Bhai Harpreet "Happy" Gill
Not a Love Story Robin Fernandes
2012 Dabangg 2 Genda
Delhi Safari Hawa Hawaai Voice
2014 Chal Bhaag Munna Supari
2015 Tanu Weds Manu: Returns Pappi Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor
Prem Ratan Dhan Payo Kanhaiya
2017 Hindi Medium Shyam Prakash Kori Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor
Lucknow Central Victor Chattopadhyay
2018 Kaalakaandi Mafia
Baaghi 2 Usman Langda
Kuldip Patwal: I Didn't Do It Kuldip Patwal[11]
2019 Babadagger Madhav
Laal Kaptaan Sancho Panza
2020 Kaamyaab Gulati
Angrezi Medium Gopi Bansal [12]
2020 Kacche Din Taxi Driver Short film[13]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Film Award Category Result Ref.
2007 Omkara Filmfare Awards Special Performance Won
2010 Gulaal Producers Guild Film Awards Best Actor in a Negative Role Nominated
2012 Tanu Weds Manu Producers Guild Film Awards Best Actor in a Comic Role Won
International Indian Film Academy Awards Best Performance in a Comic Role Nominated
2016 Tanu Weds Manu: Returns BIG Star Entertainment Awards Most Entertaining Actor in a Comedy Role (Male Won [14]
International Indian Film Academy Awards Best Performance in a Comic Role Won [15]
Best Supporting Actor Nominated [16]
Filmfare Awards Best Supporting Actor Nominated [17]
Producers Guild Film Awards Best Supporting Actor Nominated [18]
Best Actor in a Comic Role Won [19]
Star Screen Awards Best Supporting Actor Won [20]
Stardust Awards Best Actor in a Comic Role Nominated [21]
Times of India Film Awards Best Supporting Actor Nominated [22][23]
Best Actor in a Comic Role Won
Zee Cine Awards Best Actor in a Supporting Role – Male Nominated [24]
2018 Hindi Medium Star Screen Awards Best Supporting Actor Nominated
Filmfare Awards Best Supporting Actor Nominated
Zee Cine Awards Best Actor in a Supporting Role – Male Nominated
International Indian Film Academy Awards Best Supporting Actor Nominated [25]

References[edit]

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