A report on Karan Suchak

Indian television actor.

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Peshwa Bajirao (TV series)

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Indian Hindi historical drama television series, which broadcast from 23 January 2017 to 25 August 2017 on Sony TV.

Indian Hindi historical drama television series, which broadcast from 23 January 2017 to 25 August 2017 on Sony TV.

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Karan Suchak as Bajirao I

Portrait of Baji Rao I, an artist's impression

Baji Rao I

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The 7th Peshwa of the Maratha Empire.

The 7th Peshwa of the Maratha Empire.

Portrait of Baji Rao I, an artist's impression
Baji Rao I's handwriting in Modi script.
Troop movements of Baji Rao I and Asaf Jah I (Nizam-ul-Mulk) in the Battle of Palkhed
Equestrian statue of Peshwa Baji Rao I outside Shaniwar Wada, Pune
Seal of Bajirao I
The Shaniwar Wada fortress in Pune was built as the seat of the Peshwa rulers during Baji Rao's reign.

Peshwa Bajirao, a 2017 TV series starring Rudra Soni as young Baji Rao and Karan Suchak as the adult Baji Rao, aired on Sony TV.

Meri Hanikarak Biwi

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Meri Hanikarak Biwi (My Troublesome Wife) is an Indian drama series that airs on &TV and stars Karan Suchak and Jiya Shankar.

Thoda sa Baadal Thoda sa Paani

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Indian Hindi-language drama series that airs on Colors TV.

Indian Hindi-language drama series that airs on Colors TV.

It stars Ishita Dutta, Karan Suchak and Harshad Arora.

Siya Ke Ram

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Indian TV series on Star Plus produced by Nikhil Sinha under the banner of Triangle Film Company.

Indian TV series on Star Plus produced by Nikhil Sinha under the banner of Triangle Film Company.

Karan Suchak as Lakshman: Sheshnag's incarnation; Dasharatha and Sumitra's first son; Urmila's husband; Shatrughna's twin brother; Angada and Chandraketu's father; slayer of Indrajit; Ram and Bharat's younger brother.

Ek Hazaaron Mein Meri Behna Hai

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Indian Hindi-language soap opera that aired on StarPlus during weekdays from 3 October 2011 to 13 September 2013.

Indian Hindi-language soap opera that aired on StarPlus during weekdays from 3 October 2011 to 13 September 2013.

Karan Suchak as Sambhav Malik (2013)

Sinhasan Battisi (TV series)

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Indian Hindi-language adventure and fantasy television series that aired on Sony Pal.

Indian Hindi-language adventure and fantasy television series that aired on Sony Pal.

The show stars Karan Suchak, Siddharth Arora, Sayantani Ghosh, Aditi Sajwan, Navina Bole and Cheshta Mehta.

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Mahabharat (2013 TV series)

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2013 Indian drama television series based on the Sanskrit epic Mahabharata.

2013 Indian drama television series based on the Sanskrit epic Mahabharata.

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Karan Suchak as Dhrishtadyumna: King Drupad's fire born son, Shikhandini's younger brother and Draupadi's elder brother and Prince of Panchala, Kshatradharman, Kshatravarman, Kshatranjaya, and Dhrishtaketu's father.

Pavitra Rishta

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2009 Indian soap opera produced by Ekta Kapoor of Balaji Telefilms, that aired on Zee TV from 1 June 2009 to 25 October 2014.

2009 Indian soap opera produced by Ekta Kapoor of Balaji Telefilms, that aired on Zee TV from 1 June 2009 to 25 October 2014.

Karan Suchak as Shekhar Gupta – Lawyer; Naren's friend; Pari's ex-fiancé (2013–2014)

Gujarati people

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Indo-Aryan ethnolinguistic group who reside in or can trace their ancestry or heritage to the present-day western Indian state of Gujarat.

Indo-Aryan ethnolinguistic group who reside in or can trace their ancestry or heritage to the present-day western Indian state of Gujarat.

The king of Cambay (in present-day Gujarat) from "Figurae variae Asiae et Africae," a 16th-century Portuguese manuscript in the Casanatense Library in Rome (Codex Casanatense 1889)
Jinnah with Mahatma Gandhi in Bombay, 1944
Gujaratis have achieved a high demographic profile in many urban districts worldwide, notably in India Square, or Little Gujarat, in Bombay, Jersey City, New Jersey, USA, within the New York City Metropolitan Area, as large-scale immigration from India continues into New York,  with the largest metropolitan Gujarati population outside of India.
The Swaminarayan Temple at Neasden, London which is the largest Hindu Temple in Europe
Ali Velshi, multifaceted journalist, born in Nairobi, raised in Toronto, and now based in New York City.
Amla training with South Africa in 2009.
Vedhmi is a sweet lentil stuffed chapatis.
Excerpt from "My experiments with truth" - the autobiography of Mahatma Gandhi in its original Gujarati.
Women and men performing Garba as part of Navaratri celebrations in the city of Ahmedabad
Mer Dandiya, a sword dance performed by the martial communities of Saurashtra
Mahatma Gandhi, developed Satyagraha, the Father of India
Muhammed Ali Jinnah, the Father of Pakistan and 1st Governor-General of Pakistan
Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, the 1st Deputy Prime Minister of India and Indian statesman
Narendra Modi, the 14th and current Prime Minister of India
Morarji Desai, the 4th Prime Minister of India
Vikram Sarabhai, physicist, father of the Indian space program, first Chairman of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO)
Gautam Adani, industrialist, richest man in Asia
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Asha Parekh, Bollywood actress
Alka Yagnik, playback singer
Dimple Kapadia, Bollywood actress
Dev Patel, English film actor
Dayananda Saraswati, Hindu philosopher and founder of the Arya Samaj, a global Hindu reform movement
Alia Bhatt, Bollywood actress
Shastriji Maharaj, founder of the Bochasanwasi Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha Hindu denomination
Azim Premji, billionaire businessman
Amit Shah, politician and the 36th and current Home Minister of India
Bhupendra Patel, politician and 17th and current Chief Minister of Gujarat
Jackie Shroff, Bollywood actor
Nagar Brahmins in western India (c. 1855–1862)
Bhatias in western India (c. 1855–1862)
Gujarati brokers in western India (c. 1855–1862)
Gujarati accountants in western India (c. 1855–1862)
Rajputs in western India (c. 1855–1862)
Parsis in western India (c. 1855–1862)
Parsi priests in western India (c. 1855–1862)
Lohanas in western India (c. 1855–1862)
Bohras in western India (c. 1855–1862)
Banians of Damnaggar (Kutch)
Khojas of Western India ca. 1855-1862
Memon men - photographs of Western India Series 1855-1862
Abdul Sattar Edhi, Philanthropist, Founder of Edhi Foundation

Komal Thacker, Vasim Bloch, Parth Oza, Tanvi Vyas, Nisha Rawal, Karan Suchak, Jugal Jethi, Isha Sharvani, Pia Trivedi, Sanjeeda Sheikh Pooja Gor, Payal Rohatgi, Ravish Desai, and Shefali Zariwala.