Actor Vivian Dsena is one of the popular name in TV industry. With his acting and good looks he is having a big female fan following. The 28 years popular Indian TV actor got his fame through his lead role of Abhay Raichand in Pyar Ki Ye Ek Kahani on Star one. Later he worked in Madhubala opposite Drashti Dhami. Nowadays he is currently playing the male lead in the show Shakti — Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki.
On the occasion of Makar Sankranti Vivian shared his experience. The television actor may be busy shooting throughout the year, but he tries to keep himself free on this day to fly kites and relive his childhood memories. He often visits his hometown, Ujjain, where he joins his friends in the revelry.
A daily newspaper asked hims some question about the ritual and how he feel and celebrate the festival. On asking about Makar Sankranti is special, he said, “Makar Sankranti is his favourite festival. I started flying kites when I was 10 and I learnt it myself. Back home, everyone gathers on the terrace to fly kites as the music plays in the background. The vibrant colours of kites in the sky, the wind in your face and the positivity around makes the experience even more special.”
On asking about his diet rules on the day he said, his day begins early, around 7 am, and he heads straight to the terrace to fly kites. The actor says, “We have all our meals on the terrace and don’t come down before sunset. I break all diet rules on this day and eat everything — right from til ka laddoo made by my naani to aloo vada for breakfast and dal bafla in lunch. As a kid, I used to make the manjha at home. The festival still evokes the same joy as it did in the past. And the excitement builds up from the first week of January as I know the festival is around the corner.”
Furthur he adds, the thread of his first kite after flying it and considers it lucky for him. “One of the rituals which I follow is that I let go of my first kite in the sky. I break the thread of the kite after flying it for luck. Post that begins the real kite flying,” he says with a childlike glint in his eyes. He adds, “In a day, I used to cut 200-plus kites. I remember chasing kites on a big ground in Ujjain.”