Karan Wahi (born 9 June 1986) is an Indian former cricketer turned actor, model and host. Wahi played Under-19s national cricket for Delhi. After moving to Mumbai, he started his television career with the 2004 television show Remix on Star One, through which he garnered fame. His role as Dr. Siddhant Modi in the popular youth show Dill Mill Gayye rose him to further fame. In addition to his acting career, Wahi has participated in stage shows and has hosted several awards and TV shows. He made his Bollywood movie debut with a supporting role in Habib Faisal's romantic comedy film Daawat-e-Ishq in 2014. At present, he is seen in Colors TV's comedy show Comedy Nights Bachao.
Style of Play
Karan Wahi is one of those versatile players who are often overlooked by managers when they pick their team.
He's primarily a midfielder, who can play in all four positions - Left,Center,Right and the no. 10 role.
He's not that good defensively, but has very strong defensive contributions.
He regularly tracks back and makes tackles, while doing his primary job of setting up play up front.
He's the important link between the deep lying midfield players and the Forwards.
He's not a no. 10 in the traditional sense, all flair and fancy touches; he's much more than that.
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