Updated: June 9, 2020 9:55:20 pm
Defying age like no one else, Karan Wahi is actually turning younger each year. Having started his career with Remix, the actor went on to impress all with his performance in shows like Dill Mill Gayye, Kuch Toh Log Kahenge, Mere Ghar Aayi Ek Nanhi Pari among more. Realising his oratory skills, Wahi soon started hosting and has reality shows like Indian Idol, Nach Baliye, Dance India Dance, India’s Next Superstar to his credit. On the web space, his series Sacred Games and Hundred also earned him laurels.
Today, as the actor turns 34, let us take a look at a few lesser-known facts about him.
Karan Wahi’s nickname is Jinnie. His close friends call him Rajkumar.
Karan Wahi would prefer a smaller circle of friends
The actor believes that he makes too many friends, and then doesn’t get a chance to spend time with his old buddies. If he could change his habit, he would like to stick to fewer friends, so that he can give them all equal attention.
The weirdest compliment the actor received
Karan Wahi claims that he talks a lot and is actually a bad listener.
Do not lie to Karan Wahi
The actor confessed that he hates lies.
The actor doesn’t believe in flaunting his physique
Given his physique, you would feel that the actor enjoys flaunting it. However, Wahi confessed that he feels embarrassed when he is asked to take his shirt off during shoots.
When Karan Wahi was on Tinder
Karan Wahi admitted that he was on dating app Tinder to check what it is all about and immediately went off it because it made him uncomfortable.
Playing cricket with Virat Kohli
The actor has played cricket at the state level along with Shikhar Dhawan and Virat Kohli. While cricket remains his first love, he enjoys acting.
Say no to Tattoo
The actor doesn’t have a tattoo as he believes he doesn’t want anything that is permanent on his body.
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