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|Profession(s)||Actor, Director, & Producer|
|Physical Stats & More|
|Maximum Height||in centimeters– 173 cm
in feet & inches– 5’ 8”
|Eye Color||Light Brown|
|Make your debut||Bollywood: Tera Naam Mera Naam (1988)
TV: Bombay Blue (1997)
Gujarati Film: Hu Tu Ne Ramtudi (1999)
Nepali Film Jeevan Dan (2002)
Web Series Abhay (2019), as “Chander Singh”
You can be a film director: Oops! (2003)
Television Producer X-Zone (1998)
|Date of birth||28. August 1961 (Monday).|
|Age as of 2019||1958 Years|
|The birthplace||Mumbai, India|
|College/University||Narsee Monjee College, Commerce and Economics (Mumbai)|
|Higher Education||Graduate from Narsee Monjee College for Commerce and Economics in Mumbai|
|Habits of Food||Vegetarian Times of India|
|Hobbies||Watching movies and surfing the internet|
|Controversies||• His film “Do Lafzon Ki Kahani” (2016) created a huge controversy for These intimate scenes are a highlight of the film. Kajal Aggarwal was the lead actress in the film and criticized Deepak on television. She expressed her mental anguish while she performed the scenes. Kajal stated that she will not be working with Deepak again in the future. Dailyhunt
• In 2017, Deepak’s wife, Shivani, threw him out of their Goregaon house in Mumbai. According to reports, Shivani discovered that her husband had an affair with a yoga teacher. Deepak was also charged with domestic violence. Deepak began living with friends, or in PGs, after the incident. Both of them eventually split up. for Shivani also filed for divorce for maintenance, saying,
• In 2012, Garden Estate Co-operative Society in Goregaon, Mumbai asked Tijori to vacate their house within a month, following the complaint from his neighbours, who had filed a resolution at the registrar’s office against his family for They were rude and uncaring towards office-bearers. Deepak launched a criminal investigation against nine society members in response to the resolution. The registrar ruled in Tijori’s favor in 2014. Business Standard
|Relationships & More|
|Wife/Spouse||Shivani Tijori (Fashion designer; separation in 2017).
Dolly– Samara Tijori
|Assets/Properties||• An Apartment in Lokhandwala Complex, Andheri West, Mumbai
• An Apartment in Garden Estate Co-operative Society, Goregaon, Mumbai
Deepak Tijori: Some less-known facts
- Deepak worked in odd jobs prior to his debut as an actor. At that time, Deepak Tijori, and his friends, Aamir Khan, Paresh Rawal, Ashutosh Gowariker, and Vipul Shah (director) studied in the same college, were a part of the same theatre group and lived in the same locality.
- Milind Soman became the first selection for the role of ‘Shekhar Malhotra’ in the film ‘Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar’ (1992), but he quit after few days of shooting, and the role went to Deepak Tijori. Moreover, Akshay Kumar had also auditioned for this He was not accepted.
- He was unable to secure acting jobs for three years and had only small roles. He was a teen during this He was in a difficult period and almost gave up filmmaking. Fortunately, Mahesh Bhatt called him and offered him to work in “Aashiqui” (1990). It was an enormous box-office success and young people of the time were able to recreate his hand gestures.
- Deepak was a mainstay in supporting or negative roles in movies. Some of his most popular films are Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar (992), Pehla Nasha (93), Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa , Anjaam (1994], Anjaam (1994), Ghulam (1998), Baadshah(1999), Vaastav:The Reality (1999), Dulhanhum Le Jayenge (2000) and Raja Natwarlal
- He has also worked in Gujarati Cinema and has acted in two Gujarati films, “Hu Tu Ne Ramtudi” (1999) and “Madi Jaya” (2005).
- He owns a production company called ‘Tijori Films.’ He has produced many television serials and films such as X-Zone, Rishtey, 1984 — Black October, Saturday Suspense, Khauff, Dial 100, and Thriller at 10 – Fareb.
- Tijori won the Indian Television Academy Award 2001 for best mini-series for “Thriller at 10 – Fareb.”
- Deepak made his directorial debut with the film “Oops!” (2003) and went on to direct films such as Fareb (2005), Khamoshh… Khauff Ki Raat (2005), Tom, Dick, and Harry (2006), Fox (2009), and Rock’In Love (2013). After a gap of 7 years, he made his directorial comeback with the film “Do Lafzon Ki Kahani” (2016).
- In 2006, he made a wild card entry in the television reality show “Bigg Boss” as a replacement of Salil Ankola. One month later, he was expelled from the show. After his eviction, he gave controversial statements about the show and termed it as a ‘laundered reality.’
- In 2009, Deepak’s daughter, Samara was returning to her home from Andheri, after shopping with one of her friends, when an auto driver stopped by her and kidnapped her. Samara’s friend informed about the incident to Samara’s family, following which, Deepak registered a kidnapping case in a police station. Samara went back to Lokhandwala within a matter of minutes. Later, the kidnapper was captured.
- Deepak served as one of the judges for Miss India Worldwide pageants in 2006, 2009 and 2010.
- In 2018, Deepak replaced Shah Rukh Khan as Bob Parr/Mr Incredible’s role in Hindi version of the animated film “Incredibles 2.”
- He is an avid animal lover and has two pet dogs, ‘Frazer’ and ‘Muffin.’