Aham Sharma wiki and biographyAham Sharma is a well known face in television world. He was born on 22 July 1989 in Barh, Bihar. He shot to fame as Karna in Star Plus's popular show Mahabharat. His father worked as a government official in Patna. Aham is a simple, shy and introvert person, who has no clue how to keep a conversation alive. He was last seen in Star Plus' show Manmarziyan. He was seen as lead in Zee TV's show Brahmarakshas.
Personal ProfileName : Aham sharma
Date Of Birth : 22 July 1989
Home town : Salimpur, Bakhtiyarpur Barh, Bihar, India
Age : 27 years
Height : 5'11" (Approx)
Profession : Actor
Education : Engineer
Status : Married
Known for : Karna in Mahabharat
In Brahmarakshas - Jaag Utha ShaitaanBalaji Telefilms' show Brahmarakshas aired on Zee TV. Aham Sharma has played the role of Rishabh Shrivastava opposite Krystle Dsouza as Raina. The show also starred Kishwer Merchant, Parag Tyagi, Shaillesh Dattar, Rakshanda Khan, Abhaas Mehta and Ojaswi Oberoi.
Marriage/WifeAham Sharma is married to a girl, who is not from the entertainment industry. Aham said, "I am married for real. And it happened much before Mahabharat. Nobody ever asked me about my marriage and that is the reason not many people know about it. She is not from the industry and I seriously don't want to talk about it."
ShowsAham Sharma was seen playing the role of Arjun Mehra in Siddharth Kumar Tewary's show Manmarziyan. The show also starred Monica Sehgal, Kashmira Irani and Shravan Reddy in lead roles. He has played the role of Karna in Star Plus' mythological saga Mahabharat which also featured some popular faces like Shaheer Shiekh, Puneet Issar in pivotal roles.
CareerAham Sharma has completed his education in Engineering and then decided to pursue his acting career. He made his acting debut with the show Chand Ke Paar Chalo. He has done many shows like Aasman Se Aage, Hum Ne Li Hai Shapath, Bairi Piya, Choti Si Zindagi and has also worked in a movie Blue Oranges.
2009 Blue Oranges
2012 Yeh Jo Mohabbat Hai
2014 Karle Pyaar Karle
2016 1962, My Country Land