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Riyaz Aly is a famous Tik Tok star from India who got a huge reputation and popularity from Tik Tok videos. Physically Tik Tok who is the old name was musically is improving and spreading day by day and billions of people are using it in Android and IOS mobile.

That’s why millions of audience from India is using Tik Tok and making videos. Riyaz Aly is one of them who got popularity in a very short time. If you want to know about biography net worth age girlfriend height weight and body measurements. Then you are in the right place.

Riyaz Aly early life and education

Riyaz belongs to Bhutan and was born in Bhutan on 14 September 2003. Now as of 2020 Riyaz Aly’s age is around 17 years. Riyaz Aly’s real name is Riyaz Afreen. If you talk about education and other secret facts. Riyaz completed his High School Education in Shri Hanuman Mandir Dharamshala School.

Now he is studying in college. His mother’s name is Shabnam Afreen and his father’s name is Afroz Afreen. He also has a sister name Reeza Afreen who is also Tik Tok star and creates videos.

Riyaz Aly Biography
Real NameRiyaz Afreen
Nick NameRiyaz
Age17
Born2003
ProfessionTikToker
Famous ForTiktok videos
BirthplaceBhutan
NationalityIndian
Male or FemaleMale
ReligionIslam
GenderMale
EthnicityN/A
ZodiacN/A
Physical Stats
Height/ TallFeet & Inches:5 Feet and 6 inches
WeightKilograms:50 KG
Body Measurements
(Chest-Waist-Hip)
32-38-12
Biceps12 inches
Eye ColorBlack
Hair ColorBlack
Dress SizeN/A
Shoe SizeN/A
Family
ParentsFather: Afroz Afreen
Mother: Shabnam Afreen
SiblingsBrother: N.A
Sister: Reeza Afreen
Personal Life
Marital StatusSingle
Dating History?N/A
GirlfriendN/A
wifeN/A
ChildrenN/A
Education
EducationMatric
UniversityNA
SchoolShri Hanuman Mandir Dharamshala School
Favorite
Favorite ColorBlack
Favorite foodBiryani
Favorite Holiday DestinationKasmir
HobbiesCreating Videos
Favorite Travel
Destination
Kashmir
Wealth
Net Worth10 Millions INR
Sponsors/ AdsN/A
Social Media Account
Social Media Account LinksTiktok, Instagram

Riyaz Aly career

As I mentioned above that Riyaz is very famous on Tiktok. He mostly creates slow-mo videos and lifting videos with great songs. That’s why millions of followers always waiting for his new videos. Riyaz is also a social media influencer and model. In the Instagram account, he has millions of followers in it with millions of life in every post. Riyaz Aly also interested in music and songs, that’s why he started a song name Yari hai that was a very famous song in Indian history. 

 He started his Tiktok area when he was only 13 or 14 years old and now he is 17 years old and Minnie and the forward on his Tiktok wall. Mostly audience who now Hindi and Urdu, you definitely follow Riaz Aly and watch all his videos daily. Riyaz is very lucky person who got popularity in very short time on Tiktok because everyone is making videos and there is a huge competition in Tiktok. Audience only love those videos who has some great quality.

Height Weight and body measurement

 Riyaz is now 17 years old and his body looks perfect, if you talk about Riyaz aly height is height is round about 5.6 inches with eye color and the hair color is black. Riyaz goes to the gym that’s why his weight is only 50 kg. His body measurements are 32-38-12.

Hobbies and favorite things

Riyaz has a Mercedes car and has a bike name Royal Enfield motorcycle. If we talk about favorite actors and actresses that likes the most. Riyaz’s favorite actors are Ranvijay Singh Kartik Aaryan and Shahrukh Khan. He likes the Rapid name that is very popular in India. If you talk about cricketer that Riyaz mostly like those are Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Shikhar Dhawan. In the food he likes biryani and he likes black color. Riaz creates mostly videos with Jannat Zubair and faisu.

Riyaz Aly net worth

As a social media star and Tik Tok user with 30 million followers, he earned a huge reputation with great money from different platforms. If we talk about how much he and from Tiktok and Instagram. Nowadays many companies use stars and celebrities to promote their brands and Tik Tok who have millions of followers creates a promotion at the for these companies and charge a high amount of money.

Riyaz is also one of those who charge highly to promote their products. According to some news reports and other sites, Riyaz Aly net worth is round about 10 million Indian rupees that are a massive amount of money earned by a single person.

Riyaz Aly Youtube Videos

Riyaz also makes YouTube videos for his audience and create vlogs of his trips. He also publishes a song name Yari Hai on YouTube that is a famous song in Indian history. The young actor create soap funny videos for Tik Tok that engage the audience.

Social media accounts and follower 

As Riyaz famous on Tik Tok, he also has a million followers on Facebook YouTube, and Instagram. Where median the forward the life his posts daily. Instagram he had around about 6 million followers with millions of like on his account. He mostly uses Instagram to generate a high amount of income from social media. brands mostly contact on Instagram to promote their products and reach to the audience.

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“The greater the distance, the lower the risk of spreading a respiratory virus,” it says. 

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“Instead, consider using a Halloween-themed cloth mask,” the CDC says. 

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Lower-risk activities include pumpkin carving either with members of your household or with friends outside and at a safe distance, watching a Halloween movie at home or having a virtual Halloween costume contest. 

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In March, President Donald Trump said keeping the death toll between 100,000 to 200,000 people would have indicated that his administration had “done a very good job.”  As the number has continued to climb, Trump has sought to reshape the significance of the death tally.

“If we didn’t do our job, it would be three and half, two and half, maybe three million people,” Trump said Friday, leaning on extreme projections of what could have happened if nothing at all were done to fight the pandemic. “We have done a phenomenal job with respect to COVID-19.”

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Denver did not have another quarterback on its active roster to serve as Driskel’s backup.

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