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Karanvir Bohra plays spine-chilling serial killer in ‘Aashiqana’

Mumbai, Sep 29, 2022- Popular TV actor Karanvir Bohra, who has worked in shows such as ‘Just Mohabbat’, ‘Shararat’ and ‘Kasautii Zindagii Kay’, is all set to play a bad boy once again in the second season of ‘Aashiqana’.

Karanvir will be seen playing a stylish serial killer whose dark humour will send chills down the spine in ‘Aashiqana’, which will air from October 10 on Disney+ Hotstar.

Elaborating more about his role & his experience shooting, the actor said: “My character in ‘Aashiqana’ is very quirky and stylized.

“I play a serial killer but with a funny side to him. Director of the series Gul Khan knows how to style a character. It was a pleasure meeting the cast Zayn and Khushi, such lovely people.”

‘Aashiqana’ is a Hindi-language romance drama series on Disney + Hotstar, directed by Gul Khan.  (Agency)

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