Born on August 28, 1961 in Mumbai, Deepak Tijori celebrates his 60th birthday this year. Deepak Tijori worked very hard in Bollywood, but could never be beaten in the role of the main hero. However, Deepak Tijori was well liked among the supporting characters. Deepak came to Mumbai with a dream of becoming a hero in Bollywood. Although she got her first movie ‘Tera Naam Mera Naam’ in which she had a supporting character.
Deepak Tijori was a success in supporting characters
After this, he made many more films that were also successful, but in almost all the successful films, Deepak Tijori appeared in the characters. Deepak was part of many successful movies like ‘Aashiqui’, ‘Khiladi’, ‘Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar’, ‘Kabhi Ya Kabhi Naa,’ Anjaam ‘. Deepak’s work on these films was highly appreciated. Deepak aspired to become a great hero in the field of acting, but his wish was never fulfilled.
Deepak studied at Narsee Munji College, where he developed a passion for film. He had also joined a theater group that included actors such as Aamir Khan, Ashutosh Gowariker, Paresh Rawal. Deepak’s performance in this group was often praised and this is how his desire to become a hero came to mind.
He had the opportunity to become a hero in the 1993 film ‘Pehla Nasha’. Shahrukh Khan and Aamir Khan were also in this movie. In addition, Pooja Bhatt and Raveena Tandon also played important roles. However, even after having such a strong star cast, this movie failed and Deepak was unable to succeed as a successful hero.
Deepak Tijori was seen with Shahrukh Khan in the films’ Kabhi Ya Kabhi Naa and ‘Anjaam’. In both films, the heroines were also found by Deepak Tijori, but without getting the heroines, Shahrukh Khan surpassed Deepak, and Deepak was once again limited to the supporting cast.
After this, Deepak Tijori decided to become a director and made his directorial debut in 2003 with an adult film. The film was rejected by critics before the audience. Even with the censorship board, this movie stuck due to its content and bold scenes. After this, he directed many more films in which ‘Tom Dick and Harry’, ‘Fox’ and ‘Khamoshi – Khawu Ki Ek Raat’ were flops.