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Vahbiz Dorabjee on split with Vivian Dsena: Painful to experience a failed marriage

Actor Vahbiz Dorabjee, who has separated from her husband, actor Vivian Dsena, says it’s tough to go through a strained relationship but one needs to have a positive attitude.

tv Updated: Jul 01, 2017 17:22 IST
Rishabh Suri
Rishabh Suri
Hindustan Times
Vahbiz Dorabjee,Vivian Dsena,Vahhbiz Dorabjee
Actor Vahbiz Dorabjee says it’s important to be surrounded by family and friends when one is going through a tough time.

There were rumours doing rounds about celebrity couple Vahbiz Dorabjee and Vivian Dsena’s marriage hitting a rough patch last year. And now, there are speculations of them getting divorced soon. Talking about her relationship, Vahbiz says that it’s challenging to stay positive because of what she has been through. “I am going through a failed relationship. It is painful, but you just have to take everything in your stride and have a positive attitude. That’s a challenge, but negativity can sink into you only if you let it,” she says.

Commenting on how people generally have a tendency to end their lives due to failed relationships, Vahbiz says that such a thought should never come to anyone. “People take such extreme steps because they are constantly under pressure. You should always try to keep yourself happy and surround yourself with well-wishers. But even they can only help you till a point. You have to have that inner strength and confidence,” she adds.

Meanwhile, Vahbiz, who made her television debut with the show Pyaar Kii Yeh Ek Kahaani and later was appreciated for her comic role in the recent show Bahu Hamari Rajni Kant, and is now venturing into event management. “I have set up an event management company with a co-star from a previous show, because actors today need to have a side business as well.The industry might look glamorous to the audience, but it is not at all easy. There is a lot of struggle and pain involved. A good support system from one’s parents and friends is a must for anyone who wants to get into it,” she says.

First Published: Jun 28, 2017 17:44 IST