The most important factor in an actor's reel is his quality of acting. Aman Chahal is an actor who has got tons of it. I know. It seems so obvious. But you'd be surprised that casting directors do not get his vision of acting. Phenomenal acting is his trade. So the quality of the acting has to be there. Actors have to be very self-aware of their performances, and not kid themselves. Most great actors are NEVER happy with their performances. So if an actor is watching themselves going, ""Damn, I'm good.” means he is filled with self-confidence. Aman is one such actor.
According to him, Reels aren't only about actors filming themselves doing some scenes or monologues. That's not enough. If actors do that, they are wasting their time. It's about showcasing a body of work beyond the ability, or lack thereof. So it's good to have some technically well-produced scenes in there. It will only make an actor look that much better. He is well known for his part played in 25 Years Later (2018). The movie follows the story of a journey of a man of finding her lost daughter 25 years later. Aman is hard working and very smart, which allows him to survive in the industry. "