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Khakee: The Bihar Chapter star Karan Tacker has his style game on point

The 36-year-old plays the righteous cop Amit Lodha in Neeraj Pandey’s crime series streaming on Netflix



Model-turned-OTT-star Karan Tacker, who is winning applause for his role as the righteous cop Amit Lodha in the Netflix series Khakee: The Bihar Chapter, has a cool wardrobe that complements his charming personality. The 36-year-old, who grabbed eyeballs with his boy-next-door on-screen persona in television serials, is turning heads with his fashion game. 

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Karan loves to sport vibrant outfits. The TV heartthrob looks dapper in this yellow suit and pants with a white T-shirt to contrast the bright outfit.
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Karan loves to sport vibrant outfits. The TV heartthrob looks dapper in this yellow suit and pants with a white T-shirt to contrast the bright outfit.
The Special Ops actor also carries dark colours with the same panache. Karan wore a black outfit and completed it with a red striped jacket and sunglasses.
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The Special Ops actor also carries dark colours with the same panache. Karan wore a black outfit and completed it with a red striped jacket and sunglasses.
Jackets are a wardrobe staple for Karan who styled his black leather jacket with a blue printed shirt.
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Jackets are a wardrobe staple for Karan who styled his black leather jacket with a blue printed shirt.
Suave style and streetwear go hand-in-hand for Karan who posed in a green sleeveless T-shirt and white pants. The colourful pocket chain is a nice touch.
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Suave style and streetwear go hand-in-hand for Karan who posed in a green sleeveless T-shirt and white pants. The colourful pocket chain is a nice touch.
Entering winter with style, the actor flaunted a graphic white hoodie, classic blue jeans and sneakers.
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Entering winter with style, the actor flaunted a graphic white hoodie, classic blue jeans and sneakers.

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