Back with a bang

Published on Nov 29, 2006 12:20 PM IST

Karan Oberoi, who recently performed for Delhi students at Kalindi College?s cultural fest has a passion for stage performances.

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None | ByShrutika Verma, New Delhi

Only a handful of television soap operas were enough for this model-turned-actor and singer to rule million hearts.

Even if you don’t remember him in Swabhimaan, Milan and Zamaana, you surely couldn’t have missed loosing your heart to his electric performance in the video for his album Meri Neend with his famed Band of Boys.

Yes, we are talking about Karan Oberoi, who recently performed for the students of Delhi University at Kalindi College’s cultural fest. Ask him the reason for his sudden disappearance from the small screen and with his contagious smile he will declare a come back soon without revealing the name of the shows.

“There is a special charm in disappearing for a while and then emerging with a bang,” he declared. With many live shows and concerts queued up, he disclosed his passion for stage performances.

“Stage shows are challenging, full of life and the best dose of encouragement is to see audience shout and go crazy with you,” said Oberoi, who adds that he enjoys performing for college crowds more.

And if you are still wondering to when was the last you caught him on television then let us remind you of the sets of Jhalak Dikhla Jaa. Karan Oberoi was not only seen cheering for friend Mona Singh but was also caught on the camera during her practice and prayer sessions. Though he refused to take names, Oberoi admits that there are plans for movies.

With two teleserials, plans for a movie and a possible music video for AIDS awareness, it is just a matter of time before we see him back on the screen.

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