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Vivian Dsena: I mind my own business


Vivian Dsena
Vivian Dsena

One of the most popular actors on Indian television, Vivian Dsena is known to be a very private person. One will hardly see him go out and party with friends, or appear frequently on chat shows and maintain a strong presence on social media.

Last seen on Colors’ Shakti – Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki, Dsena has been keeping a low profile ever since he bid adieu to the path-breaking show a couple of months ago. In the wake of the Coronavirus outbreak when the entire film and television industry has come to a complete halt, the actor urges everyone to stay indoors and practise cleanliness.

 

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“I wash my hands ten times a day and it has been a way of life for me ever since I can remember. We don’t need a virus to teach us humans about keeping ourselves clean and suddenly realize the value of life. There is no change in my lifestyle as I hardly have a social life. I mind my own business. I am a happy person with few people and I don’t need thousand friends and selfies to validate me who I am. People who matter to me know exactly what I am and to rest I am not accountable,” says the actor.

Dsena goes on to add that people should not panic in tough times and practise social distancing. “No one should panic and also practise social distancing, which will further prevent the spread of the virus. We all must introspect as what we want from life and do a reality check. Life is not being a social butterfly and partying every evening. Be a good human being than being something else before. One needs to balance life and career.”

 

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When asked about the industry getting affected due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the actor says, “Of course, the industry is affected. Projects will be delayed. Marketing and all other plans need to be revised. TV industry is a big industry which provides work to lakhs of people and homes are run on it. This too shall pass away provided we take the necessary precautions. Anything can happen anytime. There are things beyond human control. Life is too short. A human being is a small entity in the whole universe. One must focus on present and live life one day at a time. I request and urge my audiences, fans to not panic and stay safe and this too shall pass away. Hope we as a generation understand and value life and relationships more with this pandemic looking straight into our eyes. Never forget that it is nice to be important but it is more important to be nice,” he signs off.