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Birthday Wishes: 5 best films of Bobby Deol

SNS | New Delhi |

Bollywood actor Bobby Deol turned 50 today as he celebrates his birthday on 27th January. The actor, who made his big Bollywood debut with Barsaat, had impressed us with films like Badal, Soldier, and Gupt. He is also known as one of the coolest dancers in 90’s.

He is quite active on social media and is very close to his father Dharmendra. He is all set to make a comeback and impress us with his negative shade in Salman Khan’s Race 3.

On this special day, let’s have a look at his Bollywood journey:


Gupt is a 1997 suspense thriller directed by Rajiv Rai. Bobby Deol played the role of Sahil Sinha who is suspected of murdering Governor Jaisingh Sinha(Raj Babbar). The movie also stars Paresh Rawal, Om Puri, Koirala and Kajol (in a negative role).



The film was an action thriller which was released in 1998. The film was directed by Abbas-Mustan. Bobby Deol played the role of a young man who goes to Australia. In Australia, he meets and falls in love with (Preity Zinta) the daughter of a rich and powerful man (Suresh Oberoi).



In this film, Kareena Kapoor and Boby Deol play a newly married couple and move to Switzerland. Life was perfect until one day Bobby wakes up in Akshay’s house and finds out that Akshay’s wife is murdered. Bobby Deol is then accused of the murder.



Bobby Deol plays an important role in the film Dostana. In the film, he comes after the intermission but destroys hearts of Sam (Abhishek) and Kunal (John) who love Neha(Priyanka). Abhi(Bobby) falls in love with her and wins her heart at the end of the film.


Yamla Pagal Deewana 2

Bobby Deol re-unites with his father and brother Dharmendra and Sunny in this film. Paramveer (Sunny) opens up the “Yamla Pagla Deewana” club and re-encounters a visit with Dharam (Dharmendra) and Gajodhar(Bobby), after their last visit to Canada. Later, the trio was back with double the fun, double the action, with the presence of a fool (Johnny Lever), and double the romance, with the Suman (Neha Sharma), and Paramveer’s love Reet (Kristina Akheeva).