Rahul Dev Biography
Rahul Dev conceived Saket New Delhi is an Indian film performer and previous model. Dev is known for his unconventionial tough looks and etched highlights and appearances in real life movies.
He was intended to make his acting introduction as the primary lowlife in Mukul S. Anand’s 1997 film Dus however the chief’s demise while the film was still underway brought on the film to stay deficient and unreleased.
He then made his introduction in the 2000 film Champion where he assumed a detestable part and for which he won the 2001 Filmfare Best Villain Award. He has since played scoundrels and supporting parts in the majority of his movies. Rahul Dev’s sibling Mukul Dev is additionally an on-screen character in movies and TV.
Rahul Dev Profile
Dev is the child of the previous Police official of Delhi.
Rahul’s wife Rina kicked the bucket on 16 May 2009 after a fight with disease. The couple had been hitched for a long time and have a ten year old child Siddharth.
Dev was emphasized in an ad discharged by PETA reproachful of the conditions in, and practices of, Indian zoos. Rahul volunteered for the advertisement, in which he shows up in spotted bodypaint to take after a cheetah.
Dev depicted zoos as “just creature penitentiaries kept up for human entertainment.” “In the event that you love creatures, let them live with their families in the wild, where they have a place.” “Shielding animal groups from elimination sounds like an honorable objective, however zoo authorities typically support intriguing or famous creatures who draw swarms and attention, ignoring less well known species. Most creatures housed in zoos are not jeopardized, nor are they being arranged for discharge into characteristic environments. The best thing to do to stop this pitilessness is to desire your loved ones to blacklist zoos.”
Bollywood performer Rahul Dev dragged himself into a debate and a brush with the law after he got into a scrap with a speaker of English at an upmarket rec center in Andheri (west) on Tuesday 2 October 2009 reported in TOI.