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  • Karan Singh Grover rare photoInstagram/Karan Singh Grover
  • Karan Singh Grover rare photoInstagram/Karan Singh Grover
  • Karan Singh Grover rare photoInstagram/Karan Singh Grover
  • Karan Singh Grover rare photoInstagram/Karan Singh Grover
  • Karan Singh Grover rare photoInstagram/Karan Singh Grover
  • Karan Singh Grover rare photoInstagram/Karan Singh Grover

Bollywood actor Karan Singh Grover turns 34 on Feb. 23. The popular television actor made his debut in the film industry last year with a horror flick "Alone," alongside Bipasha Basu.

The handsome hunk has managed to capture hearts with his two erotic films – "Alone" and "Hate Story 3" – and both of them released in 2015. Apart from the films, the actor made headlines with his rumoured relationship with Bipasha.

Though the duo has not accepted their relationship in public, Karan and Bipasha have been flaunting their affection on social media. They often go out on holidays together and share photos from their trips on social media that have been suggesting that the two are very much in love.

Karan's personal life has always been in news. His first marriage with Shraddha Nigam lasted for 10 months and then the couple got divorced. And now, Karan and his second wife Jennifer Winget are getting divorced.

Here are a few lesser-known facts about the charming actor:

  • Karan was born in Delhi, to a Punjabi Sikh family. Karan and his family moved to Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia, when he was small.
  • Karan has pursued a degree in Hotel Management from IHM Mumbai. He then worked as a Marketing Executive in the Sheraton Hotel in Oman.
  • The fitness-freak actor has got more than six-seven tattoos on his body.
  • During his college days, Karan was a member of a music band called "Thousand Decibels."
  • Karan fell in love with Jennifer Winget when they were shooting for "Kasautii Zindagii Kay," but did not take things ahead as Jennifer liked him as a friend. It was later that love blossomed between the two and they got married. Within two years of marriage, the duo separated.
  • His first appearance in a Bollywood film was with a cameo in Dino Morea's "Bhramm" and his debut movie "Lorie" got shelved due to lack of distributors.
  • Karan's first television show as a lead was in Balaji Telefilms' show, "Kitni Mast Hai Zindagi," on MTV India, and then he was cast in the serial "Dill Mill Gayye," which made him famous. Interestingly, he was supposed to play Barun Sobti's role in "Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon!"

 Check out the slideshow to see Karan's rare and hot pictures.

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