Be­came an ac­tor be­cause I love the star­dom: Karan Wahi

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While many ac­tors feel that their grow­ing pop­u­lar­ity leads to lack of pri­vacy, ac­tor Karan Wahi (right) isn’t too both­ered by this. The 30-year-old is happy when his fans ap­proach him for pic­tures or au­to­graphs.

“Some­time peo­ple un­know­ingly in­vade your per­sonal space when you are out with friends or work­ing. I guess that is the price you pay for your star­dom. I hear ac­tors say­ing that they hate peo­ple com­ing to them again and again, but I love when peo­ple come and talk to me. I be­came an ac­tor be­cause I love that star­dom and I should not worry about the neg­a­tive side. The day peo­ple don’t do that, is the day I should be wor­ried,” says Karan, who has been part of shows such as Dill Mill Gayye and Kuch Toh Log Ka­henge, and acted in the film, Daawat-e-Ishq.

Talk­ing about his fans. Karan says some of them still re­mem­ber him from his first show Remix.

“It’s been 13 years (since the show) and peo­ple still love it. It’s great to have done some­thing re­ally good, that peo­ple still re­mem­ber. I hope Remix comes back one day and I hope I am a part of its team. I think it is the only show where I re­mem­ber each and ev­ery de­tail even af­ter so many years. This is be­cause we all were new and raw then and we gave it our all. Some­times you be­come a star and you start to take things for granted,” says Karan, who is ru­moured to be part of stunt-based re­al­ity show.

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