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33 Facts About Ajay Devgan
Ajay Devgan then rose to prominence as an action hero starring in successful films such as Jigar, Sangram, Dilwale, Diljale and Kachche Dhaage.
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Ajay Devgan went on to give critically acclaimed performances in Zakhm, Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam, Company, Deewangee, and The Legend of Bhagat Singh.
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Devgn's father, Veeru Ajay Devgan, was a stunt choreographer and action-film director and his mother, Veena, is a film producer.
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Ajay Devgan's cousin, Anil Devgan, is a filmmaker and screenwriter.
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Ajay Devgan began his professional career in Phool Aur Kaante and received a Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut.
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Ajay Devgan next featured in Divya Shakti and then Sangram, a story of enmity between two fathers.
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Ajay Devgan then worked with Deepak Bahry, who directed the action film Ek Hi Raasta, and with Deepak Pawar, who directed Platform.
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Ajay Devgan played the part of Arun Saxena, a man with intellectual impairment.
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Ajay Devgan's next release was an action movie called Jaan, with Twinkle Khanna.
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Ajay Devgan then starred in Harry Baweja's film Diljale, where he played a terrorist character called Shaka.
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Ajay Devgan next starred with Kajol in Anees Bazmee's second film, the romantic comedy Pyaar To Hona Hi Tha, a remake of the 1995 American film French Kiss.
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Ajay Devgan was nominated for the Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award.
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Ajay Devgan's performance is bound to win admiration from cinegoers, besides fetching awards.
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Ajay Devgan then starred in the action thriller Qayamat: City Under Threat with the actress debutante, Neha Dhupia.
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Ajay Devgan's Manoj is no cool dude, but just another lower middle-class guy in misery, with whom none would like to switch place.
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Ajay Devgan particularly stands out in the scenes where he cries in the bathroom, or begs Neeru not to marry someone else.
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Ajay Devgan's best bits are when restrained, and while there is a bit of a seen-that feel to his character, by the time the film is over, you realise just how unflinchingly solid he's been.
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The serious look that Ajay carries suits him to the T Of course, Ajay is exceptional in the film and looks every inch the character he portrays.
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Ajay Devgan then took the lead role with Kajol in his own directorial debut film U Me Aur Hum.
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Ajay Devgan then featured in Prakash Jha's political thriller Raajneeti.
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Ajay Devgan adds so much depth to the character, which only goes to prove his range and versatility.
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Ajay Devgan was a narrator in Yamla Pagla Deewana and made a cameo appearance in Ready.
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The embodiment of screen masculinity, Ajay Devgan enacts the central character of a righteous, hardhearted cop with flourish.
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Ajay Devgan brings alive on screen a larger-than-life hero character with determined conviction, which renders you thunderstruck.
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Ajay Devgan Devgn FFilms is an Indian film production and distribution company established by actor Ajay Devgan Devgn in 2000.
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Ajay Devgan won the Best Special Effects award at the 64th National Film Awards for the film Shivaay.
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In 2018, Ajay Devgan Devgn released his first Marathi production Aapla Manus.
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