The actor, who became popular with shows like "Piya Ka Ghar" and "Left Right Left", told IANS: "I am very satisfied with both my television and film career. I have never planned things in my life. I believe it is the destiny that plans everything for everyone."
"I am not the kind of person who regrets things in life. But at times I feel, had I started with films, it might have been better for me. But it is okay," he added.
Gaurav has worked in reality shows like "Nach Baliye", "Pati Patni Aur Woh" and even played small roles in Hollywood films such as "Blood Money" and "Men Will Be Men".
He is currently seen as Raghuvendra Rathore in "Uttaran" and will soon be seen hosting the reality show "Big Switch 4".
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