|Born||14 August 1961|
|Children||Pranutan Bahl and Krishaa Bahl|
|Parent(s)||Nutan and Rajnish Bahl|
|Relatives||See Mukherjee-Samarth family|
Mohnish Bahl debuted with the film Bekarar in a supporting role opposite Padmini Kolhapure and co Starring Sanjay Dutt but the film was a critical and commercial failure. His subsequent release was Teri Bahon Mein, a remake of The Blue Lagoon with Ayesha Dutt wife of Jackie Shroff, which was also a failure. His only commercial success in a leading role was Purana Mandir though it was considered a B grade film it was Maine Pyar Kiya in 1989, which transformed Bahl's career, and he later became known as a character actor. He has starred in over 100 films, and has been nominated for two Filmfare Awards.
Early life and family
Bahl was born in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. He is the son of actress Nutan and Lt. Cdr. Rajnish Bahl, and is a prominent member of the Mukherjee-Samarth family. He is married to Ekta Sohini and they have two children : Pranutan Bahl and Krishaa Bahl 
|1988-1989||Isi Bahane||DD National|
|2002||Bachke Rehna Zara Sambhalke||Host|
|2002-2005||Sanjivani – A Medical Boon||Dr. Shashank Gupta||Star Plus|
|2003||Arzoo Hai Tu||Aakash||Sahara One|
|2005-2006||Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii||Suyash Mehra||Star Plus|||
|2005-2007||Ek Ladki Anjaani Si||Veer||Sony TV|
|2007||Kayamath||Inder Shah||Star Plus|||
|2007-2010||Dill Mill Gayye||Dr. Shashank Gupta||STAR One||sequel series of Sanjivani – A Medical Boon|
|2007-2009||Kasturi||Kabir Dhanrajgir||Star Plus|
|2011-2012||Kuch Toh Log Kahenge||Dr. Ashutosh||Sony TV|
|2012-14||Savdhaan India||Host/Presenter||Life OK||episodic appearance|
|2016-2017||Hoshiyar… Sahi Waqt, Sahi Kadam||& TV||Host|
|2019-2020||Sanjivani||Dr. Shashank Gupta||Star Plus||reboot series of Sanjivani – A Medical Boon|
Awards and nominations
- 1995: Nominated, Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award for Hum Aapke Hain Koun..!
- 2000: Nominated, Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award for Hum Saath-Saath Hain: We Stand United
- 2002: Best Actor Indian Television Academy for Sanjivani – A Medical Boon on Star Plus
- 2002: Indian Telly Award for Best Actor in a Negative Role for Devi on Sony Entertainment Television
- 2003: Best Actor Indian Television Academy for Sanjivani – A Medical Boon on Star Plus
- 2006: Best Actor Negative in Ek Ladki Anjani Si on Sony Entertainment Television
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