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Karan Oberoi[1] is an Indian television actor, anchor and singer, who acts in Hindi TV serials and TV commercials,[2] and the TV series Jassi Jaisi Koi Nahin (2003–06). He is a part of the Indipop boy band, A Band of Boys, formed in 2001, along with Sudhanshu Pandey, Sherrin Varghese, Siddharth Haldipur and Chaitnya Bhosale. The band released a film, Kis Kis Ko in 2004.[3][4][5]

Karan Oberoi
Karan Oberoi Photoshoot.jpg
Karan Oberoi Photoshoot Picture
OccupationActor, Singer, Producer
Years active1995-present
Known forA Band of Boys, "Challa", "Raat Kali", "Chaudhary Ka Chaand"



He first started acting through the TV serial, Swabhimaan an afternoon soap opera aired in 1995, directed by Mahesh Bhatt, followed by Saaya in 1998.[citation needed] He also played the role of Rajive in Dishayen.

He is a member of A Band of Boys, which was formed in 2001, after auditions which had 1200 entries, judged by Hariharan, Lesle Lewis, Vinod Nair and Manu Kumaaran. The band made their debut with album Kabhi yeh kabhi woh featuring the number Meri neend.[2][6] The band did a movie titled Kis Kis Ko in 2004.

Oberoi appeared in Jassi Jaissi Koi Nahin. He was also in serials such as Zindagi Badal Sakta Hai Hadsaa in which he played the role of Inspector Abhimanyu Singh/Abhi. He is the anchor of Antakhshari in zee tv.

He was in a brief relationship with TV actress Mona Singh, after they met in 2006.[7][8]


In May 2019, Oberoi was reportedly arrested for raping a woman under the pretext of marriage and filming the act and also threatening her for money; the case is expected to go to court.[9] The woman was apparently met by him through a dating app.[10]


  • Kiss Kis Ko (2004)
  • Survival Code (AKA "Borealis") (TV film) (2013) as Raminder Singh

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  1. ^ "Karan Oberoi's Official Website".
  2. ^ a b "Make way for the boys". The Hindu. Sep 26, 2002.
  3. ^ "'I'm not comfortable expressing love publicly'". DNA. May 2, 2007.
  4. ^ "Karan hasn't met Mona for four months". The Times of India. Aug 23, 2007.
  5. ^ "Hear and there!". Indian Express. October 30, 2004.
  6. ^ "Boys bond with music". The Hindu. Jan 2, 2003.
  7. ^ "Mona Singh and Karan split!". The Times of India. Apr 6, 2009.
  8. ^ "Mona darling". MiD DAY. 2006-10-28.
  9. ^ Hungama, Bollywood (2019-05-06). "Karan Oberoi of Jassi Jaisi Koi Nahi fame booked for rape and blackmail, in police custody till May 9 | Bollywood News - Bollywood Hungama". Retrieved 2019-05-07.
  10. ^ "TV Actor Karan Oberoi Arrested For Allegedly Raping, Blackmailing Woman". Retrieved 2019-05-07.

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