Kanan Malhotra

Kanan Malhotra is an Indian model and television actor.

Kanan Malhotra
ResidenceMumbai, Maharashtra, India
OccupationModel, Actor
Years active2011–present

Television career

In 2010, he made his television debut in the show Chand Chupa Badal Mein on Star Plus where he played the cameo role of Aditya. He then appeared in the Zee TV show Apno Ke Liye Geeta Ka Dharmayudh as Geeta's Brother. In 2011, he starred as Dhruv Ahluwalia in the Imagine TV television show Sawaare Sabke Sapne... Preeto.

In 2012, Malhotra rose to fame with his portrayal of Daljeet Singh in the romantic series Rab Se Sohna Isshq on Zee TV. He later bagged the episodic role of Siddharth Kapoor in the episodic drama Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya on Zing. He then went on to appear in several mythological and historical drama series, including Suryaputra Karn on Sony Entertainment Television and Mahakali- Anth hi Aarambh hai & Shani on Colors TV.

In 2018, he appeared in Colors TV's horror episodic drama Kaun Hai? as Rudrapratap Singh. In the same year, he went on to appear in Colors TV's supernatural series Tantra as Nirvaan Khanna.

Personal life

Malhotra met television actress Chahat Khanna in 2010[1] and they dated for 2 years but the couple had a falling out.[2] after which he began dating his Rab Se Sohna Isshq co-star Ekta Kaul[3] but the couple split up in 2013.[4][5]

In 2014, he married Delhi girl Aakanksha Dhingra.[6]


Year Serial Role Channel
2010Chaand Chhupa Badal MeinAdityaStar Plus
2011–12Sawaare Sabke Sapne - Preeto[7]Dhruv AhluwaliaImagine TV
2012Apno Ke Liye Geeta Ka Dharmayudh[8]Geeta's brotherZee TV
2012–13Rab Se Sohna Isshq[8]Daljeet Singh
2014Aaj Fir Jeene Ki Tamanna HaiN/ASahara One
2014Pyaar Tune Kya KiyaSiddharth KapoorZing
2015–16Suryaputra KarnYudhishthira[9]Sony Entertainment Television
2017–18Mahakali- Anth hi Aarambh haiLord Vishnu[10]Colors TV
2017–18ShaniKing Harishchandra
2018Kaun Hai?Rudrapratap Singh
201819TantraNirvaan Khanna[11]
2019Navrangi Re!Vivek OberoiColors Rishtey
Ram Siya Ke Luv KushBharatColors TV


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