Aarya is about to enter the internet market with Season 2 after becoming as one of India’s most riveting thrillers and receiving an International Emmy nomination for outstanding drama series.
When questioned about the variety of women-oriented movies and web series that have been presented and lauded by critics and fans, as well as if OTT has helped to this in a positive way, Ram Madhvani responded, “This is one of the questions that has been coming my way.” Neerja was likewise a female-oriented subject, while Aarya is a female-oriented subject.
I don’t select them because they are female-oriented; I chose them because I am interested in the character, the tale, what I want to communicate, the issues, and I believe it was Dharam in Season 1. What would your reaction be? What are your responsibilities? What are your duties as a daughter, a wife, and a mother? I believe those questions were asked, and in Season 2, you’ll see questions posed to society as a value system, since that’s what I’m most interested in bringing out.”
“I’m not sure if OTT has contributed to this or not. For many years before OTT, television shows contained women-oriented material, which is today referred to as ‘Tele-novella,’ which are long-running shows and series. They used to appear on conventional television in the afternoons on occasion. No, I don’t believe it has made a difference. What OTT has absolutely done is make a lot of work available to everyone, especially the talent “He continued.
Aarya’s second season continues the struggle of a mother, played by Sushmita Sen, as she battles the dark world of crime and foes closing in on her family and children. Sen will reprise her role as Aarya Sareen, and she will be accompanied by performers such as Sikandar Kher, Vikas Kumar, Mayo Sarao, Ankur Bhatia, Akash Khurana, and Dilnaz Irani.