Principal photography on the film commenced on August 11, 2014, in New York City and concluded later that month.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.The film follows to young lovers (Grimes and Browning) who go on a journey to Los Angeles with the intent of killing Elvis Presley; Jogia starred as Teijo Littlefoot, an old friend of the protagonist (Grimes), who joins the duo's journey in search of a sex change.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.This was the actor's first main role in a television series; a role, which lasted from the series' inception in March 2010, through to the conclusion of the fourth and final season of the show in 2013.Jogia's numerous credits in television and cinema include Spectacular!
Elizabeth Gillies is known for her role as Jade on the television show Victorious.
Later, Jogia appeared in The Year of Spectacular Men, a film directed by Lea Thompson.
Thompson is the mother of Zoey Deutch, who also appears in the film opposite Jogia.
His first role came in 2006, when he portrayed Danny Araujo–the younger brother of teenage transgender woman Gwen Araujo–in the biographical television film A Girl Like Me: The Gwen Araujo Story, directed by Agnieszka Holland.
In 2007, he had a recurring role in The CW television sitcom Aliens in America as the character Sam, and also appeared in the Canadian horror television movie Devil's Diary.He played Sebastian, the "loving boyfriend" of a movie star (Deutch). Jogia also landed a co-lead role with Eve Hewson in Rebecca Addelman's directorial debut, Paper Year.