I need to grow, I just can’t generate content because I need to work and earn: Vivian Dsena


TV actor Vivian Dsena is particularly picky about his plans, but the actor says he prefers to take his time before nodding on any project.

Vivian was last seen on a TV show in 2019, but is now ready to start the job over again, keeping in mind that he doesn’t repeat the characters on screen.

In an interview with the The Bharat Express News, Vivian said, “With every project I do, I aim to be a better artist and a better artist. If I can’t explore new avenues, why will the audience want watching me? As an actor I need to grow, I just can’t generate content because I need to work and earn. ”

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Vivian has also appeared on reality shows such as Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa and Khatron Ke Khiladi in the past, but he admitted he was not cut out for this format.

He said: “Jhalak was a challenge for me because I am a complete non-dancer and I owe it to Bhawna Khanduja, my choreographer, big time. She had a hard time getting me to dance. I don’t understand all of this. . this reality TV show gives instant celebrity or fame. And what am I going to do with instant fame? ”

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Vivian has been in the industry for a long time, but the actor has also made a point of keeping his professional and personal life separate.

Reacting to the perception that he was “lonely and arrogant,” Dsena said, “Don’t you count talent and hard work? I meet and greet people like everyone else on set, once I’m done filming I prefer to retire at home. There was a time when I tried to socialize but somewhere I got lost in the market. Everyone is different and I can’t be what people want me to be. as they want to be without harming anyone. I cannot continue to correct the assumptions of those who do not know me well. “

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