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.

Deepak Jethi Hindi Actor

Deepak Jethi

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.


Deepraj Rana

Although belonging to Allahabad, where he did his schooling, Deepraj Rana settled for Chandigarh to do his higher education, and the Punjab link continued when he turned towards brushing up his acting skills finishing off as a post graduate from the Department of Theatre of Punjab University. From 1989, he had been associated with Nadira Babbar’s theatre troupe Ekjut, and the 5 years that he spent with them seems to have stood him in good stead. Not only did he bag several awards, but also obtained for him several positive references to enable him bag a role in the 1990 TV serial “Tara” opposite Ratna Pathak. Since then he seems to have had a prolific run, having acted in more than 12 popular TV serials across most of the major channels, with some like “Reporter” running for over 100 episodes. His other significant roles in TV serials have been in the historical, “The Great Maratha” and the typical soap operas “Yug” and “Shatranj”. Of more recent vintage have been the serials “Jai Hanuman”, an obvious mythological; and “Commando” where he portrays a crime fighter’s role. Incidentally, in the latter, he was teamed with his wife-to-be, Natasha. In fact, a high point in Deepraj’s career occurred with his marriage to fellow serial actress, Natasha, who was by then well known for her role in “Sapna Babul Ka… Bidaai” as Chhoti Maa. Together they formed their own production house and brought financial stability for themselves side by side with their success as serial actors. Going ahead further, they have also given full rein to their creative talents with Natasha writing serials too, along with their production. Although this bug of producing serials had caught up with them, the husband wife pair declares quite candidly that acting would be their prime focus. This is also the reason why Deepraj through his consistent performances in serials could comfortably move into the realm of movies, with his name appearing in the casting of several well known and hit films, starting from “Saathiya” in 2002, but gaining more prominence in films like “Sahab Biwi aur Gangster” in 2011, followed by its sequel “Sahab Biwi aur Gangster returns” in 2013. Portraying similar roles in the more recent “ Gunday” in 2014 and “ Singham Returns” in the same year, he seems to have made a particular niche for himself in mainstream Bollywood movies. Another version of this story... Deepraj is an established actor in television and film industry. He was born and brought up in Allahabad and passed his High School Examination from Boys' High School Allahabad. Then he moved on to Chandigarh and completed his graduation from DAV College Chandigarh. After his graduation, he also did a Post Graduation in Acting from Department of Indian Theatre, Punjab University, Chandigarh. He was interested in acting from his childhood and was awarded the Best Actor Award for his performance during his college days in Chandigarh in 1983. He was also awarded the 'Mohan Rakesh Gold Medal for his performance in acting and over all theatre work from Punjab University. He is in the entertainment industry for more than 20 years now and he has a number of TV serials and movies to his credit. He worked in serials like Chanakya, Chandrakanta, Reporter, Yug Udaan, Tara, The Great Maratha, The Sword of Tipu Sultan, Na Aana Is Des Laado and left ight Left. Presently he is working in superhit serial Devon Ke Dev Mahadev. In all these shows, his performance was highly appreciated. Apart from TV serials and dramas, he has also worked in a number of movies, some of which are Saathiya, Mangal Pandey: the Rising, Saheb Biwi aur Gangster, Ghost, Chakravyuh, Loot and 498A, the Wedding Gift. He received a great applause for his performance in Mangal Pandey, and Aamir Khan starrer and 498A, The Wedding Gift. Deepraj is a gifted actor and his performance is expected to enchant the viewers for long time to come.

Deepraj Rana Hindi Actor