Deepak Jethi is a television actor who has appeared in a lot of movies in small side roles. He is known for his work in the movies Ishq Qayamat, Ek Tha Raja, and Aaryaman Brahmand Ka Yoddha. He has also worked in some Indian TV series. He is a voice dubbing actor too and has dubbed many foreign movies in Hindi. Deepak Jethi has a done a lot of uncredited roles, which went unnoticed. He initially showed up on the big screen in the year 1996. He did a short role in the movie Ek Tha Raja. Though his role was not important to the movie, his work was better than the other side actors. His passion for acting was noticed by many directors in this movie. In the year 2000, he again appeared in the movie Baagi as a side hero. His role in the movie was almost negligible. He appeared on the screen for a very short time. In 2002, he played the role of Sharad in the movie Sindoor Ki Saugandh. The role was again of a side hero, but he was able to steal some spotlight. He achieved success in the year 2004 when his movie Ishq Qayamat was released.
The movie was about a young woman who must choose between her lover and her husband. Deepak played the role of the lover. Critics and fans applauded his acting skills. His next movie Sharpe’s Peril, in which he played the role of Daffadar Kapoor, went uncredited. Deepak didn’t receive much success on the big screen, so he moved back to the TV cinema. In 2005, he portrayed the role of Barbareek in the show
Mahabharat Katha. The show was a huge success all over the country. Apart from Mahabharat Katha, Deepak did a lot of mythological shows. He dubbed demon Kalkethu in Vishnupuran, demon Shumbh in Maa Shakti and demon Mahishasura in Devon Ke Dev Mahadev. Some of his best work include the role of Major Mohit 2nd Rarif0 in LOC Kargil. He has also done some horror mini-series, which includes Ek Thi Naayka in 2013.