Mohit Raina born on 14 August 1982 kashmir, Jammu and Kashmir, India.He was born and brought up in Jammu in Jammu and Kashmir state, where he did his schooling from Kendriya Vidyalaya, Jammu, he left Jammu after graduating with a degree in commerce from Jammu University.As a teenager in Jammu, Raina weighed 107 kg, but lost 29 kgs after he decided to participate in the modeling competition, 2005 Grasim Mr. India contest, where he was placed among the top five contestants.
His acting career began in 2004 when he acted in a science fiction TV show called Antariksh that aired on Star Plus. In 2008, he starred as JaiKishan in a comedy movie called Don Muthu Swami,however the film too didn’t do well. He again returned to television in 2009 with another Star Plus show called Chehra, Mohit played her husband Garv, a young business tycoon. He was also a part of Bandini on NDTV Imagine. In December 2010, Raina played the male lead, Agantuk, in a show Ganga Kii Dheej on Sahara One.
Raina came back in late 2011 as he bagged the role the main lead in Nikhil Sinha’s Devon Ke Dev – Mahadev, which started in December 2011, on Life OK channel. The series focuses on the God, Shiva and portrays his journey from a hermit to a householder through his marriage to Sati and later to Parvati. The actor worked on improving his physique for the role,though, he was trained dancer in jive and hip-hop form, he started learning the Indian classical dance form Kathak, which is integral part of his role as Shiv. As the serial grew in popularity, remained in the prime time slot usually reserved for daily soaps, Raina too received wide-spread acclaim, he played for over 30 different characters in the series, and especially for his double role as Jallandhar.