From playing a vampire in “Pyaar Kii Ye Ek Kahaani” to a superstar in “Madhubala – Ek Ishq Ek Junoon”, Vivian Dsena has portrayed both hero and anti-hero characters beautifully on-screen. The actor says he doesn’t want to stick to the same kind of role and wants to give his audience a new variety with every show.
“I definitely want my next role to be different from the previous one. That’s the whole idea. A senior from the industry once said to me that my shows become a hit because I don’t do the same thing. In the last twelve years I have played different characters and people got different flavors and different shades of me. My formula is to play different types of role so that my fans get a variety, ” Vivian said.
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He also emphasised that an actor learns with every new show and every new character. When asked if there is any character he thinks he could have performed in a better way, he said, “If I was asked to do it today, I think I would have done a far better job in playing Abhay Raichand in ‘Pyaar Kii Ek Kahaani’.”
The actor has also been part of shows like “Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 8” and “Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi 7”. He says he is learnig new things everyday and is in a competition with himself.
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“Whenever people ask me like who you compete with, my answer is that I compete with myself because, for me, my fight is with myself, where I was and where I am and where I will be, it all depends. I don’t consider myself a perfectionist in any area. In fact my fans and viewers, they call me the king of romance. But I don’t want all these things go get to my head, it has already happened once and I don’t want it to happen again. I just qantbto learn new things everyday and grow as an actor,” he said. Vivian was last seen on the silver screen in Colors TV’s social drama “Shakti – Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki”.