Biaryls are the potential source of synthetic drugs. The present study describes the synthesis of a series of functionalized biphenyl derivatives (3a-3g) using Pd-catalyzed Suzuki coupling reaction. The experimental results revealed the facile synthesis of biphenyl derivatives (3a-3g) with notably high yield (80-88 %). Density functional theory (DFT) studies were performed by Gaussian 09 software in order to rationalize the selectivity of coupling at C-Br bond instead of C-Cl bond. In addition of synthesis, the biological activities (biofilm inhibition, hemolytic and anti-thrombolytic) of these novel compounds were investigated. These results exhibited good biofilm inhibition (5.86-65.8 %), hemolytic (1.32-30.1 %) and anti-thrombolytic activities (9.64-42.5 %), indicating the potential use of these compounds for pharmaceutical applications.