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Aryan Vaid happy to be back on TV, plays a coach

The model turned actor Aryan Vaid plays a coach in TV serial Udaan where he will mentor the female protagonist.

tv Updated: Apr 20, 2016 20:11 IST
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The coach’s character is similar to SRK’s role in Chak De! India, says Vaid.(HT Photo)

Model-actor Aryan Vaid is happy to be on small screen via a role in TV show Udaan. The model-actor says he is glad that the character bears resemblance to Shah Rukh Khan’s role in Chak De! India. Aryan will be entering the Colors show as coach Kabir, and the entry will happen this week.

“Kabir’s character is very strong and enigmatic and bears resemblance to Shah Rukh Khan’s character in Chak De! India. He will coach and mentor Chakor (female protagonist), and put her under intense training to make her a better athlete.”

“I am doing a fiction show after a long time and I am very excited to be portraying such strong character onscreen,” Aryan said in a statement.

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The show, which salutes the spirit of courage and determination as it narrates the story of Chakor, who fought for independence from bonded labour and right to education, recently took a 10 years’ leap to showcase a more determined Chakor fighting to free her family from the clutches of the social peril.

With the storyline of the show moving forward, Chakor will get a new coach, who will shape Chakor’s career as an athlete.

After making a name in modeling world, Aryan featured in slew of films like Veer and Diary Of A Butterfly, he also turned to television as he became a part of controversial reality show Bigg Boss.

Aryan was also seen as Duryodhan in Ekta Kapoor’s mythological series Kahaani Hamaaray Mahaabhaarat Ki, and hosted a lifestyle show about Bollywood celebrities titled Whattalife!.


First Published: Apr 20, 2016 20:11 IST