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Further in 2015, he released a trailer for a horror–thriller short film he directed, entitled Of Dogs and Men.
The short film had appearances by Sir Ben Kingsley, who previously worked with Jogia on Tut.
It's also a little bit of a social commentary piece, because it covers very timely issues." The series premiered on June 11, 2013, and ran for 19 episodes; for his role as Desai, Jogia received two nominations at the 20 Teen Choice Awards, in the categories "Summer TV Star: Male" and "Actor: Drama", respectively.
On the casting of Bunbury, Jogia noted that, "[i]t was cool to be able to work with someone [Bunbury] you have built-in chemistry with.
His father is a British Indian expatriate, who immigrated to Canada, and his mother is of English, Welsh and German descent.
Until the age of 16, Jogia was a student at Killarney Secondary School.
From 2009 to 2010, Jogia had a recurring role in the television series Caprica, a spin-off of Battlestar Galactica, on Syfy.
He had been cast in the role of Ben Stark in August 2008, with production of the series' pilot episode completed by the conclusion of that year.
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Going into this situation, I had no idea what it was going to be like, so knowing I was taking this on with someone I knew really helped." In February of that year, Deadline reported that Jogia would star in Ten Thousand Saints, an adaption of the 2011 novel of the same name by Eleanor Henderson.
Released in 2015, the film also starred Asa Butterfield, Hailee Steinfeld and Ethan Hawke.
Throughout his tenure on Victorious, Jogia starred in various films.
In 2010, he appeared in the drama film Triple Dog, On the themes of the series, Jogia remarked, "Twisted is similar to Pretty Little Liars in that it's about trying to find out who did it, but it's more about the human relationships between characters and the strain that things can put on them.