Orhan Awatramani, also known as Orry, recently made waves with his appearance on the talk show ‘Koffee With Karan Season 8’. During the episode, he delved into fascinating topics, notably discussing the enigmatic Orry relevance room, sparking curiosity across the internet. This room serves as a central hub for Orry’s “minions,” individuals actively involved in shaping his digital presence.Surprisingly, Orry disclosed his list of minions, which included Ananya Panday. Fans are now yelling to uncover the secrets of becoming a minion and gaining access to the relevance room.
Orry has now addressed the queries by responding to a user’s question about accessing the relevance room. When asked, “First u have to get past the giant 3 headed dog.. then a pool of choking vines.. then a room full of flying keys.. then risk your life playing life sized chess.. then somehow convince a mirror to let you in”.
Several users noticed how the socialite had watched Harry Potter, drawing cues for his reply. One of the users also called him, ‘Orry Potter.’ Another user wrote, “damn I just thought he asked u to recall Harry Potter scenes.” Orry replied, “I just did.”
During his appearance on Koffee With Karan, Orry disclosed the existence of his lookalikes, who serve as stand-ins for him at events. He humorously remarked, “So, you made a statement right now saying Orry is here, Orry is there, he is everywhere. I am everywhere. I take great pride in being the Orry omnipresent. Sometimes people forget that I am not a mythical creature. I am real and I can’t be everywhere. So, we do have lookalikes. Sometimes, they have to be sent out to hold fire until I arrive.”

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