After rising as some of the gripping thrillers from India with an International Emmy nomination for finest drama collection, Aarya is ready to hit the digital scene with Season 2. 

When requested concerning the plethora of women-oriented films, internet collection being introduced, and being praised by critics and followers together with the query, if OTT has contributed to this in a constructive method, Ram Madhvani stated, “This is one of the questions that has been coming my way. Neerja was also a woman-oriented subject, Aarya is also a woman-oriented subject. I don’t choose them as they are women-oriented, I choose them because I’m interested in the character, in the story, by what I want to say, by the themes and I think in Season 1, it was Dharam. What would you do? What are your duties? What are your responsibilities as a daughter as a wife as a mother? I think those questions were asked and in Season 2, you’ll see questions that are posed to society, as a value system because I think that’s really what I’m interested in putting out.”

Ram Madhvani

“I don’t know whether OTT has contributed towards this or not. Even television shows for many many years before OTT came in, also had women-oriented content, what they are now called as ‘Tele-novella’ which are long-running shows and series. Sometimes they used to come in the afternoon on traditional TV. No, I don’t think that has made any difference. What OTT has certainly done is, it has made a lot of work available for everybody, certainly for the talent,” he added.

The second season of Aarya follows the journey of a mom, performed by Sushmita Sen, combatting the darkish world of crime and enemies closing in on her household and kids. Sen might be seen reprising the position of Aarya Sareen and she or he might be joined by actors Sikandar Kher, Vikas Kumar, Mayo Sarao, Ankur Bhatia, Akash Khurana, Dilnaz Irani amongst others.

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