Karan Mehra

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Karan Mehra
Karan Mehra at YRKKH 1000 episodes party
Born Karan Ajay Mehra
Jalandar, Punjab, India
Occupation Actor, Model, Fashion Designer
Years active 2009 – present
Spouse(s) Nisha Rawal (2012–present)

Karan Mehra is an Indian television actor, model and fashion designer. He plays the lead role of Naitik Singhania in the TV serial Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai.[1]

Mehra was brought up in Delhi. His father Ajay Mehra is running a construction business and his mother is a homemaker. He took an acting course at the Kishore Namit Kapoor Acting Institute. He is married to Nisha Rawal.

He began studying to become a fashion designer at National Institute of Fashion Technology, Delhi. He worked as a designer for four years in his hometown Noida.

He came to Mumbai and started working for directors Rajkumar Hirani and Ram Gopal Verma being an assistant in four movies. He appeared in the movie Love Story 2050. After that, he started doing modeling and TV commercials. In 2009, he entered in Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai as the male lead Naitik Singhania. He participated in the dance shows Nach Baliye 5 and Nach Baliye Shriman v/s Shrimati along with his wife Nisha Rawal.




Star Parivaar Awards

  • Favourtie Naya Sadasya - 2009
  • Favoriite Yogya Jodi with Hina Khan - 2009
  • Hottest Jodi with Hina Khan - 2011
  • Favourite Pati - 2011
  • Favourite Beta - 2012
  • Favourite Pita - 2013
  • Favourite Pita - 2014
  • Favourite Pati - 2015

New Talent Awards

  • Most Promising Talent of Tomorrow - 2009

Indian Television Academy Awards

  • Best Actor - Drama (Popular), 2009

Kalakar Awards

  • Best Debutant - 2010

Zee Gold Awards

  • Best Actor (Critics) - 2010

Indian Telly Awards

  • Best Onscreen Couple with Hina Khan - 2013

Garv Indian TV Awards

  • Best TV Jodi with Hina Khan - 2014
  • Most Popular TV Couple with Hina Khan - 2015


  1. ^ Patel, Ano (3 October 2014). "Small screen soaks in the Navratri fervour". The Times of India. Retrieved 11 October 2014. 

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