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I don’t want to lose my head: Vivian Dsena

Actor Vivian Dsena, who’s back on his pet TV show, says that feeling ‘indispensible’ will stop his growth.

tv Updated: Mar 21, 2014 19:20 IST
Debasmita Ghosh
Debasmita Ghosh
Hindustan Times
Vivian Dsena,Drashti Dhami,Madhubala

Putting an end to all speculations about his unprofessional attitude that reportedly lead to his ouster from the TV show, Madhubala — Ek Ishq Ek Junoon, actor Vivian Dsena is back on the ­popular TV show, this time, more confident than ever. The 25-year-old, ­however, insists that he doesn’t want to believe that he was indispensable.

“I don’t think I am ­indispensable. If I start thinking like that I will lose my head, and my growth will stop,” says Dsena, adding that he had moved on after quitting the show two months back and was busy reading scripts.

“I was in my hometown Ujjain, reading scripts for some Bollywood and TV offers, when Abhinav Shukla (the show’s co-producer) called me and requested me to get back on board. And he is like my elder brother, I can’t ever tell him a no, but I told him that I can’t be ­playing a 45-year-old father because I don’t look that age. So, he promised that he’s got a far more challenging role being scripted for me,” says Dsena, who play a mentally challenged man in the show, this time round.

Eventually, he’ll also once again be seen romancing actor Drashti Dhami aka Madhu in the show. “Drashti and the whole unit was very excited to have me back, especially the people behind the camera, they all hugged me, and it felt like being back home,” says the actor, who shot the promo on Wednesday.

So, was he following the show ever since he left? “Not at all. I don’t watch TV. But my mom, bhabhi and my wife are big fans of the show, and, well, my biggest ­critics, too,” he laughs.

First Published: Mar 21, 2014 19:18 IST