|Date of Birth||09 June 1986|
|Age (as in 2022)||36 Years|
|Father Name||Arun Wahi|
|Sibling Name||Eshanka Wahi|
Born on June 9, 1986, Karan Wahi is well-known in the Indian entertainment industry. Wahi’s cricket resume includes time spent with the Delhi U-17 squad. His first TV gig was on Star One’s Remix in 2004, where he made his debut. The medical youth programme Dill Mill Gayye featured him as Dr Siddhant Modi. His comedic skills were displayed in the Colours TV Comedy Nights Bachao programme. Wahi has been a part of several television series, including as a contestant on Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 5 and as a judge on Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi 8, as well as hosting roles on Nach Baliye, Indian Idol, and India’s Next Superstars. In Daawat-e-Ishq, a romantic comedy directed by Habib Faisal, he made his Bollywood debut as a supporting character (2014). Later, in Hate Story 4, he made his second Bollywood debut (2018).
To a Punjabi and Kashmiri mother couple, Wahi was born in Delhi on June 9, 1986. He attended St. Mark’s Senior Secondary Public School and earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees at the IILM Institute.
Wahi started in the sports world as a cricket player for St. Mark’s Senior Secondary Public School. Along with future stars Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan, he made the 2003 Delhi Under-19 Cricket Team. Wahi had a career-ending injury, forcing him to give up his sport and instead focus on his studies so that he might eventually join his father in the family company.
Wahi emerged in 2004 after being chosen to play Ranveer Sisodia in the TV series Remix.
Name : Karan Wahi
DOB : 09 June 1986
Age : 36
Father : Arun Wahi
Mother : Not known
Siblings : Eshanka Wahi
Nationality : Indian
Profession : Actor
Height : 1.78 m
Weight : 75 kgs
Wahi’s first acting role was as Ranveer Sisodia, the enraged lover boy, in the 2004 “Rose Audio Visuals” television series Remix, starring Shweta Gulati. The drama followed a group of 12th graders in a private school for the heirs to the wealthy and the renowned, as well as scholarship students from less affluent backgrounds. He was recognised as India’s GR8 Best Male Newcomer for his work on the show.
In 2009, Wahi returned to soap operas on Colors TV’s Mere Ghar Aayi Ek Nanhi Pari, playing the male lead opposite Mugdha Chaphekar after a hiatus from fiction series. His role as Dr Siddhant Modi in the medical drama series Dill Mill Gayye, produced by Cinevistaas Limited and starring both himself and Jennifer Winget, debuted the following year.
In the middle of December 2011, he appeared in Sony Entertainment Television’s romantic drama series Kuch Toh Log Kahenge, in which he played the supporting part of a jovial person named Rohan. It was a remake of the Pakistani show Dhoop Kinare, this time, it was shown in India. Alongside Kritika Kamra and Mohnish Behl, he landed a role in the production. Wahi and Chhavi Pandey co-starred as the leads in the 2012 anthology series Teri Meri Love Stories, produced by Shontara Productions. Wahi starred as the main character in the 2016 &TV show Kahani Hamari…Dil Dosti Deewanepan Ki.
Daawat-e-Ishq, a love comedy directed by Habib Faisal, was Wahi’s first film contract. Besides Parineeti Chopra and Aditya Roy Kapur, he was also featured in the movie playing the supporting character of a Hyderabadi lad named Amjad.
He also agreed to star alongside Rhea Chakraborty in Babbu Ki Jawani; a romantic drama film set to be released in 2014 and produced by Amritpal Singh Bindra for UTV Spotboy Productions.
Wahi appeared in the Colors TV comedy show Comedy Nights Bachao in September 2015, competing against Bharti Singh.
Wahi has contributed to a wide range of nonprofits in addition to his acting career. In 2012, he became a player in the All Stars Football Club, a group of famous Indians who play football to benefit India’s most significant charitable organisations. In addition, he has played in Gold Charity Soccer matches to benefit up-and-coming musicians. He participated in the Ice Bucket Challenge in August of 2014 in an effort to raise funding and awareness for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)