#StayHomeStaySafe: What's cooking, Vivian Dsena?
For someone who is used to flattery and attention wherever he goes, keeping a low profile may not be easy. But actor Vivian Dsena , who was last seen in Shakti - Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki, is cut from a different cloth. Not only is it a home bird, but Vivian also loves to be left alone. No wonder, then, that we can't read much about what he's doing when he's not working.
However, we connected with him recently to find out what he's been up to and he replied, “Well, I'm spending time with myself. In any case, I don't socialize much. In fact, I'm making the most of the closing period by doing things I love, like cooking. Those who lead an active social life should be affected by quarantine, but not me.
Speaking of spending a lot of time in the kitchen, she says, “I love to experiment while cooking. My comfort food is khichdi as it is light. I try to cook many varieties of khichdi, like paneer khichdi and spinach khichdi, apart from the traditional version. ”
While many have begun to value their families more during these difficult times, Vivian shares: We shouldn't need a reason to know who and what is important to us. One must value their relationships, life and career, regardless of the situation. Everything is a choice. Man should be the architect of his circumstances and not the victim.
It also has a message for its fans. I urge everyone to follow the guidelines issued by the government and not panic. Staying indoors for so long may seem demanding, but the best way to deal with that is to stay engaged. I would also tell everyone to stay positive. Mental health is very important, but we often tend to ignore it. Things will eventually return to normal. We have to maintain peace, patience and positivity, he concludes.