Karan Singh Grover is still a heartthrob for many as the amazingly handsome, tattooed Dr. Armaan Malik from Dill Mill Gayye.
The super duper hit show wrapped up about 10 years back, however the 37-year-old actor still enjoys the fan craze it produced.
While filming his newest digital series, Boss, Karan met women on the sets who got super excited to see their favorite Dill Mill Gayye's Dr Armaan.
Karan said, "While I was shooting for Boss, in every episode I met girls who'd come and say we are big fans of yours, we used to be in class seven when we used to watch you in Dill Mill Gaye."
After the medical drama came to an end, Karan did popular shows such as Dil Dosti Dance and Qubool Hai. After that, he made silver screen proud with his presence felt in flicks such as Alone and Hate Story 3 accompanied by some projects that did not go as scheduled.
"3 Dev did not go the way it was supposed to. I had finished shooting for it, I was dubbing for it but it got delayed. It was supposed to release later but that didn't happen. Then I finished a film called Firkie, which is to be released by the end of the year. I have also finished a film called Aadat with Bipasha (Basu). That should be out later this year," said Karan.
Besides Boss – Baap of Special Services, an internet series for Alt Balaji, the actor is presently donning the character of Rishabh Bajaj in the novel version of Kasautii Zindagii Kay.
"Not many people can say that they've worked in two versions of the same show. And to be actually playing a much bigger and one of the most prominent roles in the second version feels good. Other than that, it's a completely different show," Karan stated.
Karan and Bipasha Basu had a big fat Bong-Punjabi marriage during April 2016. The pair is very much active on social platform.
In spite of being a Punjabi, Karan has fit effortlessly into Bips’s family, and is seen enjoying every event with them.
"I think they really needed me. They needed one person to listen, because everyone always talks at the same time. Everyone talks about different things at the same time. Everyone talks in BengaIi obviously, which I know now. So I think they had this big need for somebody like me, who listens. Sometime they ask me, why are you not talking? I say you guys need someone to listen because you all talk at the same time. I feel blessed to have been taken in as a part of this family with such wonderful people who make such yummy food," an elated Karan added.