Sunny Deol filmography

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Sunny Deol

Sunny Deol has received 2 National Film Awards and 2 Filmfare Awards.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9]

Credits[edit]

Key
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Title Year Role Director(s) Notes Ref(s)
Betaab 1983 Kapoor, SunnySunny Kapoor Rawail, RahulRahul Rawail Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [10]
Sunny 1984 Sunny Inderjit Khosla, RajRaj Khosla [11]
Manzil Manzil 1984 Vijay (Sonu) Hussain, NasirNasir Hussain [12]
Sohni Mahiwal 1984 Mahiwal/Beg, Mirza IzzatMirza Izzat Beg Mehra, UmeshUmesh Mehra
Faiziyev, LatifLatif Faiziyev
[13]
Arjun 1985 Malvankar, ArjunArjun Malvankar Rawail, RahulRahul Rawail [14]
Zabardast 1985 Kumar, SunderSunder Kumar/Shyam Hussain, NasirNasir Hussain [15]
Sultanat 1986 Sultan Anand, Mukul S.Mukul S. Anand [16]
Saveray Wali Gaadi 1986 Ravidas Bharathiraja, P.P. Bharathiraja [17]
Samundar 1986 Ajit Rawail, RahulRahul Rawail [18]
Dacait 1987 Yadav, ArjunArjun Yadav Rawail, RahulRahul Rawail [19]
Paap Ki Duniya 1988 Suraj/Ashok Mitra, ShibuShibu Mitra [20]
Ram-Avtar 1988 Ram Hingorani, SunilSunil Hingorani [21]
Yateem 1988 Krishna Dutta, J. P.J. P. Dutta [22]
Inteqam 1988 Ajay / Birju[a] Kohli, RajkumarRajkumar Kohli [23]
Vardi 1989 Singh, Ajay KumarAjay Kumar Singh Mehra, UmeshUmesh Mehra [24]
Joshilaay 1989 Dara Rizvi, Sibte HassanSibte Hassan Rizvi [25]
Tridev 1989 Saxena, KaranKaran Saxena Rai, RajivRajiv Rai [26]
ChaalBaaz 1989 Suraj Parashar, PankajPankaj Parashar [27]
Nigahen: Nagina Part II 1989 Anand Malhotra, HarmeshHarmesh Malhotra [28]
Majboor 1989 Sunil Tatineni, Rama RaoRama Rao Tatineni [29]
Main Tera Dushman 1989 Gopal Reddy, VijayVijay Reddy [30]
Aag Ka Gola 1989 Singh, VikramVikram Singh / Shankar 'Shaka' Dhawan, DavidDavid Dhawan [31]
Kroadh 1990 Shukla, Ajay 'Ajju' V.Ajay 'Ajju' V. Shukla Nair, Shashilal K.Shashilal K. Nair [32]
Ghayal 1990 Mehra, AjayAjay Mehra Santoshi, RajkumarRajkumar Santoshi Also co-producer
National Film Award – Special Jury Award
Filmfare Award for Best Actor
[33]
Badnam 1990 Unknown Mitra, ShibuShibu Mitra Special appearance
Bengali language film
[34]
Vishnu-Devaa 1991 Prasad, VishnuVishnu Prasad / Subramaniam, VishnuVishnu Subramaniam / D'Souza, JackJack D'Souza Pappu, K.K. Pappu [35]
Yodha 1991 Srivastav, KaranKaran Srivastav Rawail, RahulRahul Rawail [36]
Shankara 1991 Shankara Nag, SudarshanSudarshan Nag [37]
Narsimha 1991 Narsimha Chandra, N.N. Chandra [38]
Vishwatma 1992 Singh, PrabhatPrabhat Singh Rai, RajivRajiv Rai [39]
Lootere 1993 Chopra, KaranKaran Chopra Darshan, DharmeshDharmesh Darshan [40]
Kshatriya 1993 Singh, Vinay PratapVinay Pratap Singh (Surjangarh) Dutta, J. P.J. P. Dutta [41]
Damini 1993 Govind Santoshi, RajkumarRajkumar Santoshi National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor
Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor
[42]
Izzat Ki Roti 1993 Jeet Pappu, K.K. Pappu [43]
Veerta 1993 Singh, MangalMangal Singh Mitra, ShibuShibu Mitra [44]
Gunaah 1993 Sohni, RaviRavi Sohni Bhatt, MaheshMahesh Bhatt [45]
Darr 1993 Malhotra, SunilSunil Malhotra Chopra, YashYash Chopra Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [46]
Insaniyat 1994 Lala, KarimKarim Lala Juneja, TonyTony Juneja [47]
Imtihaan 1994 Raja Harry Baweja [48]
Dushmani: A Violent Love Story 1995 Singh, SurajSuraj Singh Soorma, BuntyBunty Soorma [49]
Angrakshak 1995 Ajay Pinisetty, Ravi RajaRavi Raja Pinisetty [50]
Himmat 1996 Saxena, AjayAjay Saxena Sharma, SunilSunil Sharma [51]
Jeet 1996 Karan Kanwar, RajRaj Kanwar [52]
Ghatak: Lethal 1996 Kashi Nath Santoshi, RajkumarRajkumar Santoshi Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [53]
Ajay 1996 Ajay Darshan, SuneelSuneel Darshan [11]
Ziddi 1997 Deva Pradhan Dhanoa, GudduGuddu Dhanoa [54]
Border 1997 Chandpuri, Kuldeep SinghKuldeep Singh Chandpuri Dutta, J. P.J. P. Dutta Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [55]
Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya 1997 Himself Rawail, RahulRahul Rawail Special Appearance [56]
Qahar 1997 Raja Kohli, RajkumarRajkumar Kohli [57]
Zor 1998 Singh, Arjun U.Arjun U. Singh Sivan, SangeethSangeeth Sivan [58]
Salaakhen 1998 Agnihotri, Vishal S.Vishal S. Agnihotri Dhanoa, GudduGuddu Dhanoa [59]
Iski Topi Uske Sarr 1998 Bhangra Dancer Mavani, RajuRaju Mavani [60]
Pyaar Koi Khel Nahin 1999 Anand Sehgal, SubhashSubhash Sehgal [61]
Arjun Pandit 1999 Dixit, ArjunArjun Dixit / Arjun Pandit Rawail, RahulRahul Rawail [62]
Dillagi 1999 Singh, RanvirRanvir Singh Deol, SunnySunny Deol Also director [63]
Champion 2000 Singh, RajveerRajveer Singh Kumar, PadamPadam Kumar [64]
Farz 2001 Singh, KaranKaran Singh Kanwar, RajRaj Kanwar [65]
Gadar: Ek Prem Katha 2001 Singh, TaraTara Singh Sharma, AnilAnil Sharma Zee Cine Special Award for Outstanding Performance - Male
Star Screen Award Best Actor

Sansui Viewers' Choice Movie Awards for Best Actor

Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor
Nominated—IIFA Best Actor Award
Nominated—Zee Cine Award Best Actor- Male

[66][67]
Yeh Raaste Hain Pyaar Ke 2001 Sagar Shivdasani, DeepakDeepak Shivdasani Special Appearance [68]
Indian 2001 Azad, RajshekharRajshekhar Azad Maharajan, N.N. Maharajan [69]
Kasam 2001 Shankar Mitra, ShibuShibu Mitra [70]
Maa Tujhhe Salaam 2002 Singh, PratapPratap Singh Verma, TinuTinu Verma [71]
23rd March 1931: Shaheed 2002 Azad, ChandrashekharChandrashekhar Azad Dhanoa, GudduGuddu Dhanoa [72]
Jaani Dushman: Ek Anokhi Kahani 2002 Saxena, KaranKaran Saxena Kohli, RajkumarRajkumar Kohli Extended Special Appearance [73]
Karz: The Burden of Truth 2002 Singh, SurajSuraj Singh Baweja, HarryHarry Baweja [74]
The Hero: Love Story of a Spy 2003 Khanna, ArunArun Khanna/Chakraborty, AjayAjay Chakraborty/Batra/Khan, WahidWahid Khan[b] Sharma, AnilAnil Sharma [75]
Kaise Kahoon Ke... Pyaar Hai 2003 Singh, ArjunArjun Singh Sharma, AnilAnil Sharma Special Appearance [76]
Jaal: The Trap 2003 Kaul, AjayAjay Kaul Dhanoa, GudduGuddu Dhanoa [77]
Khel – No Ordinary Game 2003 Scindia, RajveerRajveer Scindia Khan, YusufYusuf Khan [78]
Lakeer – Forbidden Lines 2004 Rana, ArjunArjun Rana Khan, AhmedAhmed Khan [79]
Rok Sako To Rok Lo 2004 Mukherjee, Kabir (Phantom)Kabir (Phantom) Mukherjee Chaudhuri, ArindamArindam Chaudhuri [80]
Jo Bole So Nihaal 2005 Singh, NihaalNihaal Singh Rawail, RahulRahul Rawail [81]
Naksha 2006 Malhotra, Veer K.Veer K. Malhotra Bajaj, SachinSachin Bajaj [82]
Teesri Aankh: The Hidden Camera 2006 Singh, ArjunArjun Singh Baweja, HarryHarry Baweja [83]
Big Brother 2007 Gandhi, Devdhar S.'Deva'Devdhar S.'Deva' Gandhi / Sharma, DevdharDevdhar Sharma Dhanoa, GudduGuddu Dhanoa [84]
Fool & Final 2007 Munna Khan, AhmedAhmed Khan [85]
Apne 2007 Choudhary, Angad B. SinghAngad B. Singh Choudhary Sharma, AnilAnil Sharma [86]
Kaafila 2007 Khan, Sameer AhmedSameer Ahmed Khan Maan, AmitojAmitoj Maan [87]
Tolly Lights 2008 Chakraborty, ArjunArjun Chakraborty Special appearance
Bengali language film
[88]
Heroes 2008 Shergill, VikramVikram Shergill Karnik, SamirSamir Karnik [89]
Fox 2009 Deshmukh, YashwantYashwant Deshmukh Tijori, DeepakDeepak Tijori [90]
Punjab Gold 2009 Unknown Kumar, RajRaj Kumar Punjabi film [91]
Right Yaaa Wrong 2010 Shridhar, AjayAjay Shridhar Pathak, NeerajNeeraj Pathak [92]
Khuda Kasam 2010 Hussain Bokadia, K. C.K. C. Bokadia [93]
Hello Darling 2010 Bajaj, NikhilNikhil Bajaj Tiwari, ManojManoj Tiwari Special Appearance [94]
Yamla Pagla Deewana 2011 Dhillon, Paramveer SinghParamveer Singh Dhillon Karnik, SamirSamir Karnik Nominated—Best Actor Award by Bhaskar Bollywood Awards
Nominated—Jodi number 1 by Bhaskar Bollywood Awards (with Dharmendra and Bobby Deol)
[95][96]
Yamla Pagla Deewana 2 2013 Dhillon, Paramveer SinghParamveer Singh Dhillon Sivan, SangeethSangeeth Sivan [97]
Singh Saab the Great 2013 Talwar, SaranjeetSaranjeet Talwar (Sunny)/ Singh Saab Sharma, AnilAnil Sharma [98]
Mahabharat 2013 Bhima Khan, AmaanAmaan Khan (voice) [99]
Dishkiyaoon 2014 Lakwa Gurjar Talwar, Sanamjit SinghSanamjit Singh Talwar [100]
I Love New Year 2015 Singh, RandhirRandhir Singh Rao, RadhikaRadhika Rao
Sapru, VinayVinay Sapru
[101]
Ghayal Once Again 2016 Mehra, AjayAjay Mehra Sunny Deol Also director [102]
Poster Boys 2017 Chaudhry, JagaavarJagaavar Chaudhry Talpade, ShreyasShreyas Talpade [103]
Bhaiyyaji Superhitt 2018 TBA Pathak, NeerajNeeraj Pathak Post production [104]
Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas 2018 Deol, SunnySunny Deol Director, Filming [105]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Deol played a character with two different names.
  2. ^ Deol plays an undercover spy using different names.

See also[edit]

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