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Karan Singh Grover (born 23 February 1982)[citation needed] is an Indian television actor and model. He began his television career in Ekta Kapoor's Kitni Mast Hai Zindagi on MTV India. Karan is most recognized for playing the role of Dr.Armaan Mallik in Dill Mill Gayye on Star One. Karan Singh Grover was born in Delhi India to a sikh punjabi family. He and his family later moved to Saudi Arabia, and he lived there for six years. He spent his childhood and schooling days in Dammam, Saudi Arabia. He did his schooling in International Indian School of Dammam. In 2000 he moved back to Mumbai and pursued a degree in Hotel Management from IHM Mumbai, Dadar Catering College. He was in a band during his college days called the "Thousand Decibels". After completing his degree Karan moved to Muscat in Oman where his family was located and started working at the Sheraton Hotel as a marketing executive for about a year. He later returned to India to pursue his acting career and participated in the Gladrags Mega Model Manhunt contest in 2004 and won the award for 'Most Popular Model'. He started his acting career with Kitni Mast Hai Zindagi for Balaji Telefilms on MTV India after being selected from a nationwide talent hunt. In April 2007, he started dating television actress Shraddha Nigam. On 2 December 2008 the couple got married in a private ceremony in Goa. Near the end of 2009 both of them mutually filed for divorce.Jaskaran Singh from Miley Jab Hum Tum is Karan's cousin brother.

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