Srinagar, July 25: A youth, Ayaan Khan, from the Old City area of Srinagar is touching heights for his tremendous work and was featured in World’s prominent Magazine Forbes India.

After getting featured in leading newspapers and Magazines like America Daily Post , The Respect Magazine, Hindustan Times, Yahoo, The Statesman, Midday, Latestly, Your Story, NNL & IWMBUZZ and getting awarded with the ‘The Youngest Philanthropist’ title, the youth has made it to World’s most Powerful Magazine Forbes India, a statement issued to the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO) reads.

“In a first of its kind in the history of Kashmir any young Kashmiri Lad has been featured in Forbes India. When most of the people only dream about it Ayaan Khan achieved it,” Khan’s manager, Danish Ahmad said.

“Ayaan Khan comes from a society, which radicalizes and obstructs youth from joining the Entertainment Industry. But, Khan was adamant about turning his dreams into reality,” he said.

Breaking all the stereotypes of the society, the youth worked hard and went against the traditional strain. “Even after getting threatened and pressurized, Khan didn’t give up on his dreams. He went all the way from taking sarcasm comments and discouragement from the people to standing high and coming out of like a shining sun after the clouds.”

The youth has made his place in the Bollywood Industry without having any nepotistic links. “This is happening for the first time in the history of Bollywood that an actor is getting featured in top influential magazines, newspapers before his launch,” his manager said in a statement.

He further said that Ayaan Khan is having Projects in Pipeline which have been halted, delayed due to COVID-19 pandemic.

Presently, the Srinagar youth is spending most of his time at his Private Farm House and his Private Gym. Staying aloof from the crowd, Khan is utilizing his quality time in improving his physique and mental health. “He is working hard on his transformation and following the fitness motto.”—(KNO)

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