Alok Narula is a dashing Hindi television and film actor who became popular for appearing as Aditya Kaushik, the 4th son of Satyadev and Bindeshwari Kaushik who lives in Jaipur in the drama serial, Mrs. Kaushik Ki Paanch Bahuein. Alok’s character is a young and well educated man who is into marketing business. He met Ria (played by
and Preet Kaur) in London, UK and became her wife. Before this serial, he played as Saket Shergill replacing
in STAR Plus’ Kayamath.
Alok was born and raised up in Himachal Pradesh, India and then he moved to Mumbai to pursue his acting career. His parents became very supportive to his goal, although his father was a little doubtful at first and he wanted Alok to manage a tea business. But because he knows that Alok is really consistent in pursuing his dreams, he finally allowed him to enter the acting industry. Alok is usually working out because he believes that an actor should have a good figure aside from good skills in acting. Alok was also playing cricket during school days and he said if he is not an actor now, he would have been landed in the cricket world.
Alok was also starred in Sphere Origins’ soap, Jyoti on Imagine TV. He essayed the role of Uday Vashisht. Alok was also starred in the historical drama series,
as Rustam Zaman on Colors TV. He also played a cameo role in Zee TV’s
. In 2013, he did an episodic in
– India Fights Back. He played as Mantu, an obsess lover of Geeta (played by Jayshree Venkatramanan).
He recently did a pivotal role in the episodic of the Hindi crime show, Savdhaan India – India Fights back along with
. Alok was also seen in the television series,
Yeh Hai Aashiqui
opposite with actress,
. The show narrates a love story between a radio jockey and an auto rickshaw driver. In 2012, he also did an episodic in the horror fiction show, Haunted Nights on Sahara One under the direction of the popular director
. He played the role of the supermodel, Kabir. Last February 2014, Alok also guested in Sony entertainment’s Crime Patrol.
Aside from doing television shows, Alok also did the popular thriller film, A Wednesday! under the direction of
in 2008. He essayed the role of Raj Shrama, a cameraman. The story is about a police commissioner who is about to retire, and he sequence all the events that happened on a specific Wednesday. This film was adapted in Tamil and Telugu languages. In 2009, he was also featured in the Bollywood film, World Cupp 2011 under the direction of
. This film is about the game cricket and he essayed the pivotal role of Irfan, the team’s vice captain.