Post his stint on the hit serial, Madhubala, TV actor Vivian Dsena stayed away from the tube for over nine months, before participating in a dance reality show.
Here, he talks about how he is very secure when it comes to work, and how he would rather do one project well than do a bad job on several shows simultaneously.
"I am not an insecure person. I never worry about being out of sight, out of mind. I worry about getting repetitive, and doing a bad job. I didn’t take on a dance reality show for two seasons because I was busy shooting for Madhubala. I don’t like doing too many things at a time. I focus on one thing, and I give it my all. Fundamentally, I am a bit different from other actors who take on multiple projects at once. If you are a good actor, you will be appreciated no matter how long a break you take. I am content. I would rather do quality work. I don’t want to take anything up unless I am happy doing it. Otherwise, I won’t be able to make my audience happy. I don’t want to do just any show, work from 9am to 9pm, and make money. I want a role that I have been waiting for. In Madhubala, people thought my character, RK, was the real Vivian. Every actor lives for that kind of conviction. After the show ended, I was offered similar roles many times, but I don’t want to repeat myself. I would rather wait than take up just any offer that comes my way. If it happens, yes, but I never plan things. I haven’t been offered any film as of now. There is no such plan. I am focused on my career right now. Why would I get into any business? I don’t have the money to invest in it. I am a poor guy (laughs)." He concludes.
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