Making his debut with Hollywood’s Biggest Media Conglomerate
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Aryaan made his debut on ABC with the Season Premiere of “What What Would You?” which is based around religious discrimination and has amassed over 9 million views on YouTube.
According to an article on IWM Buzz, Aryaan said “It always made more sense for me to work towards something that can make a positive change in society and when the script of that particular part came, it was a no-brainer.”
Signing With Prestige Management Group
Aryaan is currently studying at the NYU Tisch School of the Arts in New York City and signed with Paula Curcuru of Prestige for Theatrical Representation back in January of this year.
Prestige Management Group is one of New York’s most prestigious and well know talent management companies. Going over 10 years Prestige has worked on Film, Television and theatre projects- developing their talent and booking guest star roles, Broadway shows, feature film and national commercial.
Furthermore, Aryaan’s Instagram page @_aryaanarora, where he posts musical cover videos went viral and he is getting praise from all over the world.
He recently did a cover of Armaan Malik’s “Control” which went viral on social media as well. Armaan’s song “Control” released this year becoming the first song by an Indian artist to be featured on the Time Square billboard. And Aryaan’s cover of “Control” became so popular that Armaan Malik himself tweeted about it, praising Aryaan’s style.
Aryaan is currently working on his debut album for which he is collaborating with New York based artists Claytonisokay and Jase Ford-Ryals.