Apart from following a strict regime in the gym, Karan practices yoga on a daily basis.
“I believe that even simple breathing techniques, if done properly, have tremendous advantages. And given the current age of a stressful and hectic life, it has become all the more important to follow yoga even if it means doing it for just 10 minutes in a day,” Karan, who has previously appeared in shows like “Love Ne Mila Di Jodi” and “Ek Hazaaron Mein Meri Behna Hai”, said in a statement.
Karan also likes to share his yoga knowledge on “The Voice India” set. He helps the contestants in overcoming their anxiety and nervousness before a performance by teaching them breathing techniques that can be done on the spot.
“The Voice India”, Indian version of the internationally acclaimed reality format “The Voice”, is aired on &TV. Bollywood singers Sunidhi Chauhan, Shaan, Mika Singh and musician Himesh Reshammiya are seen as the four coaches on the show.