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Ajay Devgn is an Indian Bollywood film actor, director and producer. His debut as an actor came in Phool Aur Kaante (1991), which won him the Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut.[1] Devgn then played a kickboxer in the martial arts film Jigar (1992) and a blind character in the film Vijaypath (1994). Further success came with roles in the 1994 box-office hits Suhaag and Dilwale.[2] He garnered his first Filmfare Award for Best Actor nomination for his performance in the action drama Naajayaz (1995).[3] Devgn received critical acclaim for his roles in Pyaar To Hona Hi Tha and the political drama Zakhm (both 1998),[4] winning National Film Award for Best Actor for the latter.[5][6] In 1999, he starred in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam, earning a Filmfare Best Actor nomination.[3] In 2000, Devgn established his production house Ajay Devgn FFilms, produced and appeared as the protagonist in the commercially unsuccessful Raju Chacha.[7] He received a Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor nomination for his role as a dacoit in the drama Lajja (2001).[8]

Devgn played a character loosely based on Dawood Ibrahim in Ram Gopal Varma's critically acclaimed gangster film Company (2002).[9][10] He won his second National Film Award for portraying the revolutionary Bhagat Singh in Santoshi's biopic The Legend of Bhagat Singh[11] and received the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor for both these films.[12] He next played the antagonist in psychological thriller Deewangee (2002), for which he earned a Filmfare Best Villain Award.[13] In 2003, Devgn starred in Varma's commercially successful horror film Bhoot.[14] He received another Filmfare Best Actor nomination for his role of an honest IPS officer in the drama Gangaajal (2003), directed by Prakash Jha.[3] The following year, Devgn appeared as a student-turned-politician in Yuva (2004), a drama from Mani Ratnam. He portrayed a character based on Othello in the critically acclaimed film Omkara (2006), a remake of William Shakespeare's play Othello[15][16] and also played Gopal in Rohit Shetty's multi-starrer comedy Golmaal: Fun Unlimited (2006), a role he later reprised in its sequels Golmaal Returns (2008) and Golmaal 3 (2010). In 2007, Devgn appeared in two commercial failures, including Varma's Aag, based on the 1975 cult classic Sholay.[17][18] Aag is considered one of the worst films.[19][20][21]

In 2008, Devgn acted in the drama Halla Bol, and directed and produced the romantic drama U Me Aur Hum.[22] In 2009, he produced his third film, All the Best: Fun Begins. In the crime drama Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai (2010), Devgn played a character inspired from gangster Haji Mastan.[23] He appeared as a dalit leader in Jha's political drama Raajneeti (2010). Both of these films performed favourably at the box office and the former garnered him a Filmfare Best Actor nomination.[3][24] He again collaborated with Shetty for the role of an upright police officer in the action drama Singham (2011).[25] Devgn achieved further success with roles in the action comedies Bol Bachchan and Son of Sardaar, the latter of which he also produced.[26][27] He appeared as a protective father in Nishikant Kamat's Drishyam (2015).[28] The following year he directed, produced and starred in the action drama Shivaay with Erika Kaar. Devgn has produced two short films; The Awakening (2006)[29] and Save The Girl Child (2012).[30] He has also hosted the TV show Ramleela – Ajay Devgn Ke Saath (2012).

Film

Film Actor Ajay Devgn addressing at the inauguration of 41st International Film Festival (IFFI-2010) at Kala Academy, in Panaji, Goa on November 22, 2010.
Devgn at IFFI 2010


Film Actor Ajay Devgan at Racing Circuit.
Devgn and Anil Kapoor on the sets of their film Tezz in 2011


Film Actor Ajay Devgn with Rohit shetty.
Devgn with Rohit Shetty at the promotions of Bol Bachchan (2012)


Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Title Year Role Director Notes Ref(s)
Phool Aur Kaante 1991 Ajay Kuku Kohli Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut [31]
Jigar 1992 Raj "Raju" Verma Farogh Siddique [32]
Divya Shakti 1993 Prashant Varma Sameer Malkan [32]
Platform Raju Deepak Pawar [32]
Sangraam Raja S. Singh Kanwar Lawrence D'Souza [32]
Shaktiman Amar K. C. Bokadia [32]
Dil Hai Betaab Ajay K. C. Bokadia [32]
Ek Hi Raasta Karan Singh Deepak Bahry [32]
Bedardi Vijay Saxena Krishnakant Pandya [32]
Dhanwaan Kashinath K. Vishwanath [32]
Dilwale 1994 Arun Saxena Harry Baweja [33]
Kanoon Vishal Singh Sushma Shiromani [32]
Vijaypath Karan Farogh Siddique [34]
Suhaag Ajay Sharma / Ajay Malhotra[a] Kuku Kohli [32]
Madam X Deepak Shivdasani Assistant director [35]
Naajayaz 1995 Jay Bakshi Mahesh Bhatt Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [32]
Hulchul Deva Anees Bazmee [36]
Gundaraj Ajay Chauhan Guddu Dhanoa [32]
Haqeeqat Shiva/Ajay[a] Kuku Kohli [32]
Jung 1996 Ajay Bahadur Saxena Tatineni Rama Rao [32]
Diljale Shyam Harry Baweja [32]
Jaan Karan Raj Kanwar [32]
Ishq 1997 Ajay Rai Indra Kumar [32]
Itihaas Karan Raj Kanwar [32]
Major Saab 1998 Virendra Pratap Singh Tinnu Anand [37]
Pyaar To Hona Hi Tha Shekhar Anees Bazmee [38]
Sar Utha Ke Jiyo Himself Sikander Bharti Cameo appearance [32]
Zakhm Ajay R. Desai Mahesh Bhatt National Film Award for Best Actor
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor
[32]
Hogi Pyaar Ki Jeet 1999 Raju P. Vasu [32]
Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam Vanraj Sanjay Leela Bhansali Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [39]
Hindustan Ki Kasam Ajay/Tauheed[b] Veeru Devgan [40]
Gair Vijay Kumar/Dev[a] Ashok Gaikwad [32]
Thakshak Ishaan Singh Govind Nihalani [32]
Kachche Dhaage Aftab Milan Luthria [41]
Dil Kya Kare Anand Prakash Jha [42]
Deewane 2000 Vishal/Arun[b] Harry Baweja [32]
Raju Chacha Shekhar/Raju Chacha[a] Anil Devgan Also producer [32]
Yeh Raaste Hain Pyaar Ke 2001 Vicky/Rohit Verma[b] Deepak Shivdasani [32]
Lajja Bhulwa Rajkumar Santoshi Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor [43]
Tera Mera Saath Rahen Raj Dixit Mahesh V. Manjrekar [44]
Company 2002 Malik Ram Gopal Varma Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor
[45]
Hum Kisise Kum Nahin Raja David Dhawan [46]
The Legend of Bhagat Singh Bhagat Singh Rajkumar Santoshi Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor
National Film Award for Best Actor
[47]
Deewangee Tarang Bharadwaj Anees Bazmee Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Negative Role [48]
Bhoot 2003 Vishal Ram Gopal Varma [49]
Qayamat: City Under Threat Rachit Harry Baweja [50]
Chori Chori Ranbir Malhotra Milan Luthria [51]
Gangaajal Amit Kumar Prakash Jha Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [52]
Parwana Parwana Deepak Bahry [53]
Zameen Col. Ranvir Singh Ranawat Rohit Shetty [54]
LOC Kargil Manoj Kumar Pandey J.P. Dutta [55]
Khakee 2004 Yashwant Angre Rajkumar Santoshi Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Negative Role [56]
Masti Sikander Indra Kumar [57]
Yuva Michael Mukherjee Mani Ratnam [58]
Raincoat Manoj Rituparno Ghosh [59]
Taarzan: The Wonder Car Deven Chaudhary Abbas–Mustan Cameo appearance [60]
Insan 2005 Ajit Rathore K. Subash [61]
Blackmail Shekhar R Mohan Anil Devgan [62]
Zameer: The Fire Within Suraj Chauhan Kamal [63]
Tango Charlie Mohammed Ali Mani Shankar [64]
Kaal Kaali Pratap Singh Soham Shah Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Negative Role [65]
Main Aisa Hi Hoon Indraneel Thakur Harry Baweja [66]
Apaharan Ajay Shastri Prakash Jha [67]
Shikhar Gaurav Gupta John Matthew Matthan [68]
Dharti Kahe Pukar Ke 2006 Kunal Singh Aslam Sheikh Bhojpuri language film [69]
Golmaal: Fun Unlimited Gopal Rohit Shetty [70]
The Awakening Himself Faruk Kabir Also producer and editor; short film [32][71]
Omkara Omkara Shukla Vishal Bhardwaj [72]
Cash 2007 Karan / Doc[a] Anubhav Sinha [32]
Aag Heerendra "Heero" Dhaan Ram Gopal Varma [73]
Halla Bol 2008 Ashfaque Khan/Sameer Khan[a] Rajkumar Santoshi [74]
Sunday Rajvir Randhawa Rohit Shetty [75]
U Me Aur Hum Ajay Ajay Devgn Also director, writer and producer [76][77]
Haal-e-Dil Himself Anil Devgan Special appearance [78]
Mehbooba Karan Afzal Khan [79]
Golmaal Returns Gopal Rohit Shetty [80]
All the Best: Fun Begins 2009 Prem Chopra Rohit Shetty Also producer [81]
London Dreams Arjun Vipul Amrutlal Shah [82]
Teen Patti 2010 Sunny Leena Yadav Cameo appearance [83]
Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge? Puneet Ashwni Dhir [84]
Raajneeti Sooraj Kumar Prakash Jha [85]
Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai Sultan Mirza Milan Luthria Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [86]
Aakrosh Pratap Kumar Priyadarshan [87]
Golmaal 3 Gopal Rohit Shetty [88]
Toonpur Ka Super Hero Aditya Kireet Khurana [89]
Yamla Pagla Deewana 2011 Narrator Samir Karnik [90]
Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji Naren Ahuja Madhur Bhandarkar [91]
Ready Raju Anees Bazmee Cameo appearance [92]
Singham Bajirao Singham Rohit Shetty Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [93]
Rascals Bhagat David Dhawan [94]
Tezz 2012 Aakash Rana Priyadarshan [95]
Bol Bachchan Prithviraj Raghuvanshi Rohit Shetty Also producer [96]
Son of Sardaar Jassi Ashwni Dhir Also producer [97]
Makkhi Father (voice) S. S. Rajamouli For the Hindi dubbed version [98]
Save The Girl Child Raajeev Walia Producer [30][99]
Himmatwala 2013 Ravi Sajid Khan [100]
Satyagraha Manav Raghvendra Prakash Jha [101]
Mahabharat Arjun
(voice)
Amaan Khan Animated film [102]
Singham Returns 2014 DCP Bajirao Singham Rohit Shetty Also producer [103]
Action Jackson Vishy / Jai (AJ)[b] Prabhu Deva [104]
Vitti Dandu Ganesh Kadam Producer; Marathi language film [105]
Hey Bro 2015 Himself Ajay Chandhok Special appearance in song "Birju" [106]
Drishyam Vijay Salgaonkar Nishikant Kamat [107]
Fitoor 2016 Moazam Abhishek Kapoor Cameo appearance [108][109]
Shivaay Shivaay Ajay Devgn Also director, writer and producer. [110]
Guest iin London 2017 Ajay Gandotra Ashwni Dhir Cameo appearance [111]
Baadshaho Bhavani Singh Milan Luthria [112]
Poster Boys Himself Shreyas Talpade Voice-over; cameo appearance [113]
Golmaal Again Gopal Rohit Shetty [114]
Aapla Manus 2018 Himself Satish Rajwade Marathi film; producer; cameo appearance [115]
Raid Amay Patnaik Raj Kumar Gupta [116]
Helicopter Eela Pradeep Sarkar Producer [117]
Simmba DCP Bajirao Singham Rohit Shetty Cameo appearance [118][119]
Total Dhamaal 2019 Guddu Rastogi Indra Kumar Also producer [120][121][122]
De De Pyaar De Ashish Mehra Akiv Ali
Tanhaji 2020 Tanaji "Tanya" Malusare Om Raut [123][124]
Chhalaang Films that have not yet been released Hansal Mehta Producer [125]
Bhuj: The Pride of IndiaFilms that have not yet been released Squadron Leader Vijay Karnik Abhishek Dudhaiya Completed [126]
The Big Bull Films that have not yet been released Kookie Gulati Producer [127]
MaidaanFilms that have not yet been released Coach Syed Abdul Rahim Amit Ravindrenath Sharma Filming [128]
Sooryavanshi DCP Bajirao Singham Rohit Shetty Cameo appearance [129][130]
RRR 2021 TBA S.S.Rajamouli Supporting Role [129][130]
Kaithi remakeFilms that have not yet been released TBA TBA Also Producer,Pre-production [131]
Thank GodFilms that have not yet been released Mandeep "Mandy" Ghosh Indra Kumar Production [132]
Tribhanga

Films that have not yet been released

TBA Renuka Shahane Producer [133]

Television

Year Title Notes Ref
2002–2004 Devi Producer [134]
2008 Rock-N-Roll Family Judge [135]
2012 Ramleela – Ajay Devgn Ke Saath Presenter [136]
2018 Swami Ramdev - Ek Sangharsh Producer [137]

See also

Footnotes

  1. ^ a b c d e f Devgn played a character with two different names.
  2. ^ a b c d Devgn played two different characters.

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