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.

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Deepak Chauhan

Deepak Chauhan is an Indian movie and T.V. actor, director, and producer lives in Mumbai, India. He is active in the entertainment Industry since 2008 and acted in several popular T.V soap operas, films and Ads. He has established an entertainment company named as “Rajwati Films” which is his production house. It is a channel on YouTube dedicated to the youth of India by presenting fresh artists and hidden talents through his short films. Deepak started his career in 2003 as a makeup man in the movie “Calcutta Mail” by Ravi K Chandran. In 2008 he debuted as an actor in the movie “Dhama Chaukdi”. Some of his remarkable films are “All is Well,” “I Love My Wife,” “Teen Patti,” “Sankat City,” “Hello Hum Lallan Bol Rahe Hai, “Chak De India,” etc. Adding to the list, he has acted in the films are “Saheb Chai Pani,” “Ek Chota Sa Bachpan,” “Fast Forward,” “Hello Zindagi,” “Muskura Kar Dekh Zara,” “Zanzeer Remake,” etc. Deepak Chauhan is a well-known name in the world of Indian Television. He has acted in so many popular T.V. Series of India. Some popular of them are “Kareena Kareena,” “Ye Dil Chahe More,” “Isk or Mooohobat,” “Parvarish,” etc. Adding to the list some more series are the famous T.V.Serial “Balika Badhu” in Colours T.V., and “Crime Patrol” in Sony Entertainment Channel. As per his Ad performance, Deepak has performed in the Advertisements like “Maggie,” “Parle,” “Melody,” “Emami Cream,” “Britania High Fibre Biscuit,” “TVC,” “Visa Debit,” etc. Adding more to the list some other Ads are “Savosil Oil,” “Peerless Mutual Fund,” “Pure It,” “General Air Conditioners,” “Coca Cola,” etc. One of his Ads named as “Women Violence” was shown at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival. Deepak has worked and produced a number of short movies under his production house Rajwati Films. Most of these films are based on thriller and horror stories. One of his most acclaimed short movies is “Rangeen Titliyan.” Some other cinemas are “Unwanted Call,” “Deepak Chauhan in Shaitan – A Criminal Mind,” “True Story,” “Unacceptable,” “Kal Phir Ek Suruwat,” etc. Two popular short movies of Deepak are “BEHIND THE DOOR/KOI RAAJ HAI,” and “BEST HAUNTED STORIES.” Another short film in this list is “STRANGER.”

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Deepak Raja

Deepak Raja is an Indian actor/comedian who has featured in several films and television serials. Deepak hails from Amritsar, Punjab. He did his schooling at a government school in Jalandhar. Then, he pursued his higher studies by applying for a course in political science at Doaba College, Jalandhar. The College is known for its alumni, like late Yash Chopra, Prem Kumar Dhumal, GurpreetGhuggi, and Anurag Thakur Deepak Raja was exceptional in extra-curricular activities as result one day in Amritsar in a event hosted by Guru Nanak Dev University he received a gold medal. Deepak began his acting career with the Punjabi edition of Doordarshan network as he appeared in a few serials. From 2003-2007, he participated in Star network’s The Great Indian Laughter Challenge. It also featured the likes of Ehsaan Qureshi, Raju Srivastava, Sunil Pal, Kapil Sharma, and comedians from Pakistan as well. The Great Indian Laughter Challenge was one of most watched reality shows, and people recognized these artists quite well. Finally, Deepak became a wellknown figure in the Indian households for his exploits in the competition. After the show, he got a lot of offers from Hindi and Punjabi production houses to act in their projects. In 2007, along with his TGILC colleagues, he turned up in the movie "Journey: Bombay to Goa” Which was a remake of the 1972 movie Bombay to Goa. It featured Vijay Raaz and Tinu Anand, Deepak played the role of ‘Aditya Chopra’ in this comic caper. The film got negative reviews and earned 90 lakh rupees only. In 2012, he starred in “Pure Punjabi”, a musical motion picture. The story was of four protagonists fighting all the odds to make their career in music, the younger generation of fans loved this movie. “Pure Punjabi” was award nominations for several categories. In 2013, Raja was a part of “Jatt Airways”, another Punjabi flick featuring “Alfaaz” and “Tulip Joshi” and later in 2014, he acted in few episodes of “Comedy Nights with Kapil.” Deepak is involved in several stage shows as well. According to his Facebook profile, he has done over three thousand live shows in different parts of the world. His stage shows generally use Punjabi dialogues. His recent stage venture is “Chatpati Bua Ka Swayamvar”. In this show, veteran Upasana Singh played the lead role of Bua. Deepak considers “live-in” relationships as a taboo as he does not consider this practice as part of Indian culture. 

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