However, it journey to stardom began in the year 2004, with Saarrthi, where he essayed the role of Arjun Goenka. The show as touted to be a modern day adaptation of the epic Mahabharata and Karan was essayed the role of Arjun.
From the very first frame, Karan caught everyone’s attention and made his presence felt, even though the show boasted of a huge ensemble cast.
Post Saarrthi, Karan Grover was the much in demand actor. From Meri Awaz Ko Mil Gayi Roshni to Woh Rehne Waali Mehlon Ki, Yahan Main Ghar Ghar Kheli to Punar Vivah, he has a dream run for almost ten years.
It was his sheer hard work and dedication that he did what he did and when everyone was speculating his next career move, Karan Grover kind of vanished from the scene.
For the next year a so there was hardly anything that was either written about him or was he seen around, but then, we guess, it was his well deserved time out for Karan as he is now back and one will get to see him make an impressive Bollywood debut with Wedding Pulao.
Wedding Pulao is cinematographer Binod Pradhan’s directorial debut and also stars Anushka Ranjan, Rishi Kapoor and Satish Kaushik.
The film is a rom-com, where Karan essays the role of Anushka’s love. The film has been shot in Mumbai and Thailand and if all goes well, then it will be released in 2015 itself.
For Karan, television will always be his first love and he looks forward to managing both film and television work with equal ease.
We all saw him struggle, but we never saw him fall; that’s the strength of this talented actor how is out there to carve a niche for himself.
Here’s wishing Karan all the best for his Bollywood debut and we do hope that his dream run continues!!