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Aryan Khan To Debut In Film Stardom

Aryan Khan To Debut In Film Stardom

Bollywood luminary Shah Rukh Khan’s eldest son, Aryan Khan, is poised to embark on his foray into the film industry, not as an actor but as a director. According to reports from Indian media, Aryan is set to helm a series titled “Stardom,” comprising six episodes that will be available on a streaming platform.

The series, as revealed by Bollywood Hungama, is expected to feature Mona Singh, renowned for her role in “3 Idiots,” in the lead role. Additionally, prominent figures like Shah Rukh Khan, Karan Johar, Bobby Deol, Ranbir Kapoor, and Ranveer Singh are slated to make cameo appearances. The narrative, reportedly penned by Aryan himself, will be presented under the aegis of Shah Rukh Khan’s production house, Red Chillies Entertainment.

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Aryan Khan acknowledged the invaluable influence of his father, the revered Badshaah of Bollywood, expressing gratitude for the wealth of knowledge he has gained under Shah Rukh Khan’s mentorship. Notably, Aryan has already ventured into entrepreneurship with his clothing brand, D’Yavol X, launched on April 30, 2023.

In a recent interview with GQ India, Aryan highlighted the distinctions between his roles as a director and a fashion creative/entrepreneur. While overseeing his brand involves creative input, directing demands meticulous attention to every aspect, from shots to angles.

Actor Nishant Kkhanduja, known for his role in “Fighter,” has also joined the project, commending Aryan’s adeptness in articulating scenes. A source revealed that “Stardom,” produced by Red Chillies Entertainment, will unfold against the backdrop of the film industry, spanning six episodes.

Aryan, a graduate of the School of Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California (USC), where he studied writing and directing, faced legal scrutiny in October 2021 for alleged involvement in recreational drugs at a cruise ship party. However, all charges were subsequently dropped by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB).