In 2016, Karan Vohra made his acting debut with ‘Zindagi Ki Mehek’, in which he played Shaurya Khanna and Shaurya Singh Ahlawat. From September 2022, he has appeared in ‘Imlie’ as Atharva Rana. He co-starred as Dr. Veer Sahay in ‘Krishna Chali London’ alongside Megha Chakraborty from 2018 to 2019. In 2021, he appeared in ‘Pinjara Khubsurti Ka’ as ACP Raghav Shastri.
The soundtrack to ‘Imlie’, one of the most well-liked shows, is adored by the audience. The crowd adores the chemistry between Imlie and Atharva. As Atharva, Karan Vohra has amassed a sizable fan base, and the audience is in awe of him. Karan Vohra recently spoke with BollywoodMDB, and they learned interesting information about him.
When BollywoodMDB asked Karan Vohra, what’s that one thing about his character that he would like to change if given a chance. To that Karan responded, “So personally, I love the character and how it’s taken shape and how his journey is flowing. I don’t want or think to change the character, that's the screenplay writers and makers job , it’s better I don’t interfere in that process. I am happy playing Atharva and I love every bit of that character and how it’s shaped.”
Imlie, a production of Gul Khan's 4 Lions Films, debuted on Star Plus in 2020 with Sumbul Touqeer Khan and Gashmeer Mahajani playing Imlie and Aditya, respectively, in the key characters. The programme quickly attracted large audiences for the network and became a huge hit with viewers.
Subsequently, the song was modified, and Imlie was replaced with Fahmaan Khan as the new male lead in Aryan (Sumbul). Their on-screen chemistry won over fans with each new episode, and today, their shippers still refer to them as "AryLie" or "SuMaan."
Megha Chakraborty, Karan Vohra, and Seerat Kapoor were introduced as the new lead characters for Imlie, Atharva, and Cheeni, respectively, last year when a generational shift in the show was implemented. Although the show's devoted fans originally weren't ready to accept them as the new lead performers, they finally proved themselves, and the programme is still one of the most popular ones on all networks.