14 Facts About Armaan Kohli


Armaan Kohli was born on 06 July 1966 and is an Indian actor.


Armaan Kohli is most known for his role in Jaani Dushman.


Armaan Kohli studied at Our Lady of Perpetual Succour High School in Chembur until he dropped out in Class IX.


Armaan Kohli appeared as a child artist in two films directed by his father: Badle Ki Aag and Raaj Tilak.


Armaan Kohli made his debut as a leading actor in his father's 1992 film Virodhi.


Armaan Kohli was set to star in Deewana opposite the late actress Divya Bharti, but walked out of the film after completing the first shooting schedule and later Shah Rukh Khan was penciled in as his replacement, and Deewana became a blockbuster.


Armaan Kohli was considered for the lead role for Baazigar, but that role too eventually went to Shah Rukh Khan.


Armaan Kohli starred in several other films in the 1990s including Dushman Zamana, Anaam and Aulad Ke Dushman which failed at the box office.


Armaan Kohli's father tried to revive his career with the 1997 film Qahar where he co-starred with Sunny Deol and Sunil Shetty, which was a commercial failure.


On 16 December 2013, Armaan Kohli was arrested for alleged physical abuse with his co-participant, Sofia Hayat during the show.


Armaan Kohli made another comeback to Bollywood after 12 years, playing a negative role in the Rajshri Productions Salman Khan starrer Prem Ratan Dhan Payo which released on 12 November 2015.


Armaan Kohli was arrested in June 2018 by Mumbai Police after his girlfriend Neetu Randhawa had lodged a complaint against him citing physical assault.


Armaan Kohli was later arrested in August 2021 By Narcotic Control Bureau over the possession of 1.2 grams of cocaine.


Armaan Kohli was granted bail in September 2022 after being lodged in jail for a year.