Marriage won’t affect my career, says Divyanka Tripathi

Published on Jun 17, 2016 07:22 PM IST
Actor Divyanka Tripathi says her fiance Vivek Dahiya is very co-operative and marriage will not affect their respective careers.
TV actor Divyanka Tripathi met her fiance on the sets of their current show and fell in love.
TV actor Divyanka Tripathi met her fiance on the sets of their current show and fell in love.
Hindustan Times | By, New Delhi

Actor Divyanka Tripathi’s big day is less than a month away and she is positive that marriage will not affect her career because her fiancé, actor Vivek Dahiya has always been very cooperative.

“Vivek is a very supportive man. If I am in the kitchen doing something, he comes and helps. I don’t think marriage will change anything for us. Our careers will not be affected after marriage. He believes in gender equality and is a man of today’s time,” says Tripathi, who will tie the knot on July 8 in Bhopal.

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The couple met on the sets of their current show Yeh Hai Mohobbatein and fell in love with each other. Asked what is it about him which she likes the most, the actor says, “He completes me as a person. I met him in a phase of my life when I was very negative, but he was not like that. Every time I would worry about not getting work in future, he would says, ‘Even if you don’t work I will work and everything will be fine’.”

Divyanka is getting married to Vivek Dahiya.
Divyanka is getting married to Vivek Dahiya.

Tripathi shot to fame with her role of Dr Ishitha in her current show and says that it’s not right for her to take all the credit for her success. “I have been trying to perform well and give my best, unless I have a good story line in my hand or a supportive team, I am nothing,” she says.

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Tripathi started her career with the daily sop Banoo Main Teri Dulhan and ever since has been a regular face on the small screen. Ask her if working in a television show gets monotonous and she says, “No, thankfully I always got very intelligent and creative teams and in my current show I have tried so many looks that I can’t imagine getting bored. As long as there is a new twist in the storyline, there cannot be any space for monotony.”

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    Yashika Mathur writes on Bollywood and television, for the daily Entertainment & Lifestyle supplement, HT City.

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