Dev Goel is an actor and a writer by profession in the Indian film industry. He works mainly in Bollywood films. His father’s name is
who is a well-known film director and producer by profession. He is the grandson of the famous filmmaker Devendra Goel. Dev grew up in a filmy background. He completed his education in the line of filmmaking from the organization named Florida State University Film School.
There are two production houses under his family which are known by the names “Goel Cine Corporation” and “Goel Screencraft.” His first camera appearance was in the year 1990 when he was just six years old. In the film titled “Zahreelay,” he made a cameo appearance in the role of
’s son. The film was directed by his father, Jyotin Goel. He also worked as an assistant director along with his father in the movie named “Safari” of 1999.
After growing up, he entered into the Indian cinema in the lead role. He is known for the films named ‘
Hum Hai Raahi Car Ke
’ of 2013 and ‘Bird Idol’ of 2010. In the film “Hum Hai Raahi Car Ke,” he worked under the direction and production of his father, Jyotin Goel. He performed the lead role in the film opposite to the actress
who played the female lead. His other co-stars in the movie were Sanjay Dutt, ,
, and Ashish Ranglani.
He played the character named “Shammi Suri” while Adah was seen as “Sanjana Mehra.” It is a love story which contains a good amount of humor along with lots of misadventure that happens unexpectedly. It released into the Indian theatres on 24 May 2013. Unfortunately, the film did not receive good ratings from its audience as well as the critics, and it came out to be a big flop of Bollywood.
In “Bird Idol,” he worked as a writer along with his father as the director. It was an animation film that portrayed the story of a bird named “Hummi” who is unhappy with the bird music, but she is impressed by the music of human beings. He tries to introduce the human music to the music of the birds by participating in a competition known as “Bird Idol.” Its cast members included Juhi Chawla, Wrisha Dutta,
. This animation film released into the theatres on 22 April 2010.