"We've truly become a family now, and no matter how cliche that may sound" - Sikandar Kher on 'Aarya 3'
Sikandar Kher opens up about the camaraderie shared by the cast and crew of Aarya on set and how they’ve become a family.
Published: Sunday,Oct 22, 2023 08:00 AM GMT-06:00
Make way as Aarya Sareen (Sushmita Sen) flaunts her claws and takes on the throne as the new don in town in Aarya Season 3. After receiving an International Emmy Award Nomination for Season 1 and two successful seasons, the wait ends as the fan-favorite franchise returns with its third season with newer challenges, newer enemies and a newer ambition. Created and Co-Directed by the visionary Ram Madhvani and co-produced by Amita Madhavni, Ram Madhvani, Ram Madhvani Films and Endemol Shine India, the dawn of a fearless reign unfolds with Aarya Season 3 exclusively on Disney+ Hotstar on 3rd November.
When you spend substantial time working alongside great directors, producers, and talented actors, the boundaries between colleagues and kin blur. Sikandar Kher opens up about the camaraderie shared by the cast and crew of Aarya on set and how they’ve become a family.
Elaborating on the same, Sikandar Kher, who plays the character of Daulat in Disney+ Hotstar’s Aarya Season 3, said, "We've truly become a family now, and no matter how cliché that may sound, it's the reality. In fact, I was discussing this with Ram Madhvani and the people working with him on his next show. I keep telling them that they're in for the time of their lives because the way they operate is how everyone should ideally be, though it's unfortunate that not everyone is."
He added, "They begin on time, treat everyone with the same level of respect on set, and equality prevails. It's just awesome. Everyone starts and finishes on time, and no one ever feels exhausted. As a performer, it's fantastic to return without feeling drained. This approach is all thanks to Ram and Amita Madhvani and their incredible work ethic. Amita emphasizes that everyone on the set is someone's child, and we treat them like our own."