Now a day's web series are more in demand compared to films. Actress Upasana Singh's nephew Neil Aryan, will soon be seen in Prime Flix's web series "Zahar". Director Amar Vatsa has signed him for this series. Earlier Neil has performed in the short films "Akhari Selfie" and "Love@487". Besides, he has also done many modelling assignments in Delhi and in Milan (Italy).
As per his auntie's advice, Neil came to Mumbai and now he is trying his luck in Bollywood. Neil is impressive, young and multi-talented. After obtaining a degree in "Productive Designing" from G D Goenka University, Gurgaon, he received scholarship to do specialisation in "automobiles" from "Politecnico Di Milano" in Milan, Italy. After that he worked in "Alfa Romeo, Milan" in Italy. Subsequently he also handled the work of interior designing in the luxury apparel brand "Red Valentino".
After coming to Delhi he handled a few modelling assignments and subsequently participated in the national level " Dellywood Mr. India" contest. Representing Bihar, he initially won the title of "Mr. Bihar" and won the titles of "Mr.India" in grand finale and became famous in the country over night. Now he is doing MBA in marketing from the Narsee Monjee College, Mumbai.
About working in web series, Neil says that "I will start working for Prime Flix's web series "Zahar" by this month's end. I want to do quality assignments, whether it is a film, a TV serial or a web series. I get offers for many projects. But more than quantity I believe in quantity. Even my aunt ( Upasana Singh)" says, "Don't be in a hurry, whatever you do, do your research, be aware of the background and take your time. You have capability but don't use it at wrong place." Neil says, "I am not at all in a hurry. I have signed a film. But until unless everything lines up in proper way, it will be wrong to anounce anything about it".
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