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Posted at: Feb 13, 2015, 1:43 AM; last updated: Feb 13, 2015, 1:03 AM (IST)

Child actor meets students at Panchkula school

Child actor meets students at Panchkula school

TV actor Aryan Prajapati celebrates his birthday at The Gurukul  in Panchkula on Thursday. A Tribune Photograph

Tribune News Service

Panchkula, February 12

Six-year-old TV actor Aryan Prajapati today visited a school here and interacted with students.

Prajapati was in the town at The Gurukul, Sector 20, here. Prajapati, a child celebrity from the television industry, is currently seen as Pritish in a TV serial, ‘Badi Door Se Aaye Hain’, on SAB TV.

The visit could not have been timed better as it was Aryan’s birthday and he celebrated it with the students of the school. It was a special moment for the students as they shared the birthday cake of one of their favourite TV stars.

Having turned six today, Aryan is proud of his acting career that started three years ago at the age of three.

As evident from his sanguine demeanor, this child prodigy is a born star and gifted actor. The students had a wonderful time interacting with him.

He was recently seen in the famous comedy show, ‘Comedy Nights With Kapil’, with the humour king Kapil Sharma on the occasion of Children’s Day. Aryan would shortly be seen with none other than the superstar, Shahrukh Khan, in his forthcoming film ‘Fans’.

When asked about his interest in acting, Aryan replied, “I love acting and I feel lucky to work with such senior actors. It makes me happy when people, especially children, come to click pictures with me.”

Principal of the school Harsimran Kaur said: “Prodigies like Aryan, who perform at the level of a highly demanding field of endeavour, are a source of inspiration for students. We always try to provide such opportunities to students and will keep doing so in the future as well.”

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