There is a lot of interest in Armaan Kohli’s age ever since Kushal taunted him as an old man on Bigg Boss. While Armaan complained that he was just 39 going 40, his age is definitely 49 or somewhere close.
Let us not forget that Armaan was in his 20s in the early 90s, when he was paired opposite the likes of Divya Bharti and Ayesha Jhulka. When Armaan was romantically linked with the late Divya Bharti in the year 1992, she had denied the allegation and even said that he was 28, way older than herself, who was then in her teens. This means Armaan Kohli’s age is 49 years old now. Even if Divya may have been a tad erroneous with her reasoning, you can safely assume Armaan to be in his mid-20s at that time. The Wikipedia states him as born on March 23, 1968, which makes him 45, definitely more than the 39, which he claims.
Arman Kohli’s affairs
Armaan Kohli is now in a relationship with Tanisha Mukherjee, their chemistry and PDA in Bigg Boss was enough for anyone to figure this out. In addition, the actor’s mother had even expressed her affection for Tanisha.
Armaan Kohli had a girlfriend in Ayesha Jhulka, who was then quite well-known with a string of superhits like Khiladi and Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar. After she fell in love with Armaan, Ayesha began to choose scripts that had her in the same film as Armaan. Needless to say, the poor choices resulted in the film turning flops and Ayesha Jhulka was losing her golden touch. She then, broke up with Armaan and finally married businessman Sameer Vashi.
Armaan Kohli’s ex-girlfriend Moon Moon Banerjee was equivalent to his wife. They lived-in together but the enfante terrible found it difficult to control his anger, and assaulted her in Mauritius. Dolly Bindra and her husband claimed to have rescued Armaan’s girlfriend, at the cost of being beaten as well. The actor was arrested in Mauritus for his involvement in assault and property damage.
In the Bigg Boss 7 house, Armaan Kohli’s relationship with girlfriend Tanya Singh, was brought up by Yoga guru Vivek Mishra. Armaan denied any involvement with her and said that he had not given any engagement ring as accused by Mr. Mishra.
Armaan Kohli’s love-hate-love relationship with Tanisha was for everyone to see. Despite his anger issues and abusive language, she stood by him. During a task in which Armaan was asked to leave the house, only to be hushed into a secret room, he saw how Tanisha genuinely loved him. Back in the house, their relationship only grew stronger, and he would not tolerate anyone talking against her.
Armaan Kohli’s movies
The 6 feet 2 inches actor who did not have much luck in Bollywood as an actor, does have a celebrated flop to his name, called ‘Jaani Dushman – Ek Prem Kahani’(2002) a multi-star cast directed and produced by his father Rajkumar Kohli. The movie is the kind, you can have a hearty laugh for its absurdities over a round of drinks and chicken.
Armaan Kohli’s father Rajkumar Kohli is a well-known producer who is known to make movies like Nagin, Naukar Biwi Ka, Raaj Tilak and Cheetah. Armaan’s other films in the 90s include Dushman Zamaana, Anaam, Aulaad ke Dushman, Juaari and Qahar. LOC Kargil (2003) was his last movie as a main lead.