Mukul Dev (born 20 December 1969) is an Indian television and film actor known for his Hindi films, Punjabi films and TV serials and music albums. He has also acted in few Tamil , Malayalam, Kannada and Telugu films. . He received the 7th Amrish Puri Award, for excellence in acting for his role in Yamla Pagla Deewana.
Mukul Dev Kaushal
20 December 1969
|Occupation||Film actor, Model|
|Relatives||Rahul Dev (Brother)|
Mukul Dev made his acting debut on TV through a serial Mumkin playing role of Vijay Pandey in 1996. He also acted in Doordarshan's Ek Se Badh Kar Ek, a comedy Bollywood countdown show.
He got his break in films through Dastak as ACP Rohit Malhotra in the same year which also introduced crowned Miss Universe Sushmita Sen. He appeared in several films such as Qila (1998), Wajood (1998), Kohram (1999) and Mujhe Meri Biwi Se Bachaao (2001). He acted in several television serials in the 2000s such as Kahin Diyaa Jale Kahin Jiyaa (2001), Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii (2003), Pyar Zindagi Hai (2003) and in a dance competition show Kabhi Kabhii Pyaar Kabhi Kabhii Yaar (2008). In recent years he has played supporting roles in films like Yamla Pagla Deewana (2011), Son of Sardaar (2012), R... Rajkumar (2013) and Jai Ho (2014).
|2002||Hare Kanch Ki Chudian||Amar||Telefilm|
|2002||Kahin Diyaa Jale Kahin Jiyaa||Rohit|||
|2003-2004||Gharwali Uparwali Aur Sunny||Ravi|||
|2004||K. Street Pali Hill||Arindum Keshab|||
|2006||Fear Factor India||Host|||
|Ssshhhh...Phir Koi Hai||Episodic role|||
|2008||Kumkum – Ek Pyara Sa Bandhan||Pulkit|||
|Kabhi Kabhii Pyaar Kabhi Kabhii Yaar||Himself||Winner|||
|2018||21 Sarfarosh - Saragarhi 1897||Gul Badshah||Winner Indian Telly Award - Best Actor in a Negative Role (Jury) (2019)|||
Live action filmsEdit
|Title||Actor(s)||Character(s)||Dubbed Language||Original Language||Original year release||Dubbed year release||Notes|
|Black Panther||Andy Serkis||Ulysses Klaue||Hindi||English||2018||2018||Pawan Shukla dubbed this character in Avengers: Age of Ultron|
|Captain Marvel||Jude Law||Yon-Rogg||Hindi||English||2019||2019|
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