|Real Name||Deven Bhojani|
|Famous For||His comic roles|
|Physical Stats & More|
|Height (approx.)||in centimeters- 163 cm
in meters- 1.63 m
in feet inches- 5’ 4”
|Weight (approx.)||in kilograms- 80 kg
in pounds- 176 lbs
|Eye Colour||Dark Brown|
|Date of Birth||25 November 1969|
|Age (as in 2017)||48 Years|
|Birthplace||Mumbai, Maharashtra, India|
|Zodiac sign/Sun sign||Sagittarius|
|Hometown||Mumbai, Maharashtra, India|
|College/University||Narsee Monjee Institutes of Management Studies, Mumbai
University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California
|Educational Qualification(s)||Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com)
A Course in Filmmaking
|Debut||Film: Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikander (1992)
TV: Malgudi Days (1987)
TV (Director): Sarabhai vs Sarabhai (2004-2006)
Film (Director): Commando 2: The Black Money Trail (2017)
|Awards||ITA Award, Indian Telly Award, and Apsara Award for Best Director for 'Sarabhai vs Sarabhai'|
|Girls, Affairs, and More|
|Children||Son- Not Known
Daughter(s)- Mahi Bhojani, Rahi Bhojani
|Parents||Names Not Known|
|Favourite Cricketer||Sachin Tendulkar|
- Does Deven Bhojani smoke?: Not Known
- Does Deven Bhojani drink alcohol?: Yes
- Deven Bhojani was born in a Gujarati family.
- He started his career as a theatre artist and did numerous Gujarati plays.
- He got his first break in 1987 in the TV serial ‘Malgudi Days’, in which he played the role of Nitya.
- In 1992, Deven assisted director Mansoor Khan for the film ‘Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar.’ He also played the role of Aamir Khan’s best friend Ghanshyam aka Ghanshu in that film.
- He worked as a creative director for the popular TV serial ‘Baa Bahoo Aur Baby’ (2005-2010). His role ‘Gopal Labhshankar Thakkar/Gattu’ in that serial gave him the household name ‘Gattu.’
- In 2004, he directed and acted in the famous TV serial ‘Sarabhai vs Sarabhai’ Season 1 that was aired on STAR One. He also directed and acted in the season 2 of this show which was aired on Hotstar in 2017.
- In 2012, Deven co-produced the comedy TV serial ‘Bhai Bhaiya Aur Brother.’
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