In the 2016 film ‘Zindagi Ki Mehek’, Karan Vohra made his acting debut as Shaurya Khanna and Shaurya Singh Ahlawat. He began to appear in ‘Imlie in September 2022 as Atharva Rana. In ‘Krishna Chali London’, he co-starred with Megha Chakraborty as Dr. Veer Sahay from 2018 to 2019. He played ACP Raghav Shastri in ‘Pinjara Khubsurti Ka’ in 2021.
The crowd adores ‘Imlie’, one of the most well-liked shows. The audience enjoys ‘Imlie’ and Atharva's chemistry. The crowd is in awe of Karan Vohra as Atharva and he has a big fan base. In a recent interview, Karan Vohra revealed fascinating information to BollywoodMDB.
Conversing with BollywoodMDB Karan discusses his strong bonds with his co-stars and reveals who he is closest to. Karan shared, “Three of us share a very healthy bond, both the girls (Megha) and (Seerat) are terrific performers. With Megha I have worked in a Star plus show before ‘Imlie’, that was the best part of working with her again. You sort of be more comfortable because you know a person and know the style of acting, so that helps a lot doing the scenes. And with Seerat slowly day by day I started knowing her better.”
Talking about who he is closest to, the actor replied, “I am closest to myself. On set basically as leads we have back to back scenes, I do a scene on set and I just get back to my room again to do my prep for my other scenes. So it’s just me hanging out with myself. But one person I’m close to is, I am very close to my director Ashish sir, I share my thoughts, if I go through any problems, I share that with him and my views, basically for just his guidance he helps me out in everything, taken him as a mentor, I really respect him and love him. “
As a generational transition in the show was done last year, Megha Chakraborty, Karan Vohra, and Seerat Kapoor were introduced as the new lead characters for Imlie, Atharva, and Cheeni, respectively. Even though they eventually proved themselves, the show's devoted fans weren't initially ready to accept them as the new lead performers. As a result, the programme is still among the most watched on all networks.