Nihar was born into a higher middle class Gujarati family.
In his college, he led his classes to play cricket.
In the early days of modeling in Mumbai, he had a living relationship with Deepika Padukone.
On difficult days, he met Priyanka Chopra, who invited him to learn Kathako to correct his rhythm problems. He then joined Vir Krishna and studied kathaka. He also studied classical Hindustani music.
He is a good friend of the Indian tennis sensation Sanya Mirza.
He made his debut in the historical biographical film about the life of Rani Lakshmibaya from Jhansi, Manikarnik: Queen Jhansi, where he starred in Badzhi Rao II.
In addition to being an athlete in sprinting, he also represented his school, college and Khar Gimhana in cricket. He continued to represent Mumbai on his cricket teams U-16 and U-19.
As a child, he was naughty and not particularly interested in learning.
During the action film Manikarnik: Queen Jhansi, he accidentally damaged the Kangana Ranaut, after which she had 15 stitches on her forehead.
At first, he tended to take pictures of Salman Khan’s Marigold in Rajasthan, where he was accompanied by an uncle who was associated with the crew as a doctor. It was there that he got a chance to star in the film as some of the actors suffered a heat stroke.
From childhood he has been very fond of sprint competitions and even represented Maharashtra in such competitions.