Chirag Vohra is a prominent Indian film and television actor, model and a theatre artist. He was born and bought up in Mumbai. Ever since childhood, his dream is to become an actor so he joined different plays and several inter-collegiate contests. Then he moved to theatre and now, he is into television serials. He was known for doing comedic and supporting roles.
He gained his popularity and fame by appearing in several films like the 2001 Gautham Menon’s film, Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein. Chirag also acted in the movie, Kucch To Hai in year 2003. He was seen in the true to life Bollywood crime drama film, Jaago in 2004. In 2005, he acted in the box office biographical film, Mangal Pandey: The Rising. Chirag also made a special appearance in the Hindi film, Lage Raho Munna Bhai in 2006. He played as Arjun in the Hindi comedy film,
in 2007. This film is a remake of the popular film in Hollywood, Three Men and a Baby. Chirag was also part of the Bollywood film, Billu in 2009. And then, he acted in the Bollywood film,
Tere Bin Laden in 2010, under the production of Walkwater Media and directed by
Abhishek Sharma. He essayed the role of Lateef, an editor in Pareshan.
Aside from acting in the silver screen, Chirag was also an excellent theatre artist. He was popular for his appearance in the Gujarati play, Master Phoolmani. He bagged the role of Phoolmani, the male lead actor who wishes to become a woman and have his own child. His acting in the plays Gandhi Ke Godse and Umesh Shukla’s Krishan vs Kanhaiya was notably remembered. Chirag also did some advertisements such as Ponds and Choloromint. He also acted in various Gujarati and Hindi television serials. He was seen in the 1995’s Balaji Telefilms’ Hum Paanch on Zee TV and Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Saraswatichandra on STAR Plus.
In 2012, Chirag played the role of Bhaiya in the comedy series, Bhai Bhaiya Aur Brother on SAB TV opposite with actress,
. Bhaiya and his family will move to Mumbai. He is the peacemaker in his family. This is the same year where he also appeared in Hats Off Productions’ Comedy Family Ki Family Comedy on Life OK, where every episode highlights various gags portrayed by different actors like
and a lot more.