Today we will have a look at Ajay Devgan filmography. Ajay Devgan has worked in many movies in his 25 years long filmy career. Ajay’s father Veeru Devgan was a famous action choreographer in 1990s and he also directed a movie ‘Hindustan Ki Kasam’ that did average on box office. Though, Ajay established himself as a star in Bollywood many years before that. He made his acting debut with ‘Phool Aur Kaante’ which was a blockbuster of 1992. For the very first film, Ajay got the Filmfare award for best male actor debut. After that, he gave multiple hits in next couples of years such as Jigar, Suhaag, Dilwale, and Vijaypath. During this phase, Ajay got a chance to work with many talented actors of Indian film Industry and his name was also attached with few heroines like Karishma Kapoor and Ravina Tandon. However, Kajol came in Ajay’s life in 1995 and they worked together in Gundaraj and Hulchul. In 1996 Ajay gave another hit ‘Diljale’ but his imaged got changed from Mahesh Bhatt’s Zakhm for which he got the National Film Award. Next year (1999) he overshadowed all other actors in ‘Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam’ by his outstanding performance.
Ajay Devgan filmography is so long but we would like to inform you about those films specifically that left a major impact on his career. As a producer, Ajay’s first movie was Raju Chacha that came in the year 2000. In 2002 he starred ram Gopal Verma’s Company in which his role was highly appreciated by most of the film critics and viewers. Ajay received the screen Best actor award for that movie too. After that, he won the National Film award for the second time in his life because of his excellent work in ‘The Legend of Bhagat Singh’. Ajay won Filmfare best villain award for Dewaangee. Next year (in 2003) Ajay appeared in many films such as Qayamat: City under threat, Zameen, Bhoot etc. but won everyone’s heart by his magnificent performance in Gangajal. In next couple of years, he worked in many offbeat movies such as Apaharan, Kaal, Tango Charlie, and Raincoat. His negative role in Khakee and supporting role in Masti was also appreciated by viewers.
One of the benchmarks of Ajay Devgan‘s career was Omkara which was released in 2006. In the same year, Ajay worked with Rohit Shetty for the first time and came with Golmaal. Since then Ajay and Rohit have made 2 more sequels of this series and all of them were successful at the box office. Another milestone of Ajay Devgan’s film career was ‘Once upon a time in Mumbai’ in which he played the character of ‘Sultan Mirza’. The film was a massive hit and till now people repeat one dialog of that movie “Dua Mein Yaad Rakhna”. Apart from that another hit of 2010 was ‘Rajneeti’ in which Ajay Devgn was the main villain. Ajay gave three more hits in 2011 and 2012 that were Singham, Son of Sardar and Bol Bachchan. However, 2013 didn’t bring any success and his ‘Himmatwla’, as well as ‘Satyagrah’, did below average on box office. Ajay didn’t get worried and continued working as per his choice. He back to back gave two hits Singham Returns and Drishyam in next couple of years. In 2016 Ajay made his second directorial venture with the release of Shivaay. The film managed to earn around 143 crores worldwide and Ajay got an award for it too. So this was Ajay Devgan filmography, hopefully, you guys might have enjoyed reading it.