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HindustanTimes Sat,23 Aug 2014

I’m not worth a crore: Vivian Dsena

Kavita Awaasthi, Hindustan Times  Mumbai, March 11, 2014
First Published: 12:08 IST(11/3/2014) | Last Updated: 15:29 IST(11/3/2014)

Vivian Dsena is visiting his home town, Indore, but that doesn’t mean he’s away from work.

Post his exit from the TV show, Madhubala, he took a break and is now keen to be on the sets again.



The rumour mills suggest that he has been approached by the Sippys for a film. A source says, "Apparently, they were supposed to meet him to talk about a substantial role in their upcoming film. But, as he was travelling, they couldn’t. He will meet them in the near future."

Ask him about the film offer, and the actor says, "I haven’t even started meeting people for work. I am spending quality time in my home town these days. I will consider both films and TV show offers, whichever gives me a chance to do something different. I don’t want to repeat myself."

While working in television shows, too, Vivian received film offers, but he couldn’t take them up due to his contract and date issues. "Unavailability of dates kept me from doing films in the past. In fact, there were rumours that I demanded a crore from a film producer. I never asked for any such sum, but just wanted to meet the makers. I know my worth, and I'm not worth a crore."

Since shows on television will take the slow route with the T20 cricket league around the corner, Vivian’s TV project might take a while to be finalised. Has he kept a tab on his TV show post his exit?

"Even when I was acting in it, I hardly got the time to watch it. I haven’t seen much of the show in recent times. I am not a TV person, I barely watch TV."

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