‘I am go­ing through a painful re­la­tion­ship’

Hindustan Times ST (Jaipur) - Hindustan Times (Jaipur) - City - - Time Out - IANS Rishabh Suri Shreya Mukher­jee

There were ru­mours do­ing rounds about celebrity cou­ple Vah­biz Dorab­jee (right) and Vi­vian Dsena’s mar­riage hit­ting a rough patch last year. And now, there are spec­u­la­tions of them get­ting di­vorced this year. Talk­ing about her re­la­tion­ship, Vah­biz says 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

The suc­cess of film­maker SS Ra­jamouli’s Baahubali seems to have given hope to other film­mak­ers, who want to use VFX ef­fects in their films. Film­maker Su­joy Ghosh (above), who had ex­per­i­mented with this field long ago with his film Aladin (2009), says that films with such ef­fects have more ac­cep­tance these days. “We re­ally worked hard on the film[aladin]. So it was dis­ap­point­ing for us. I guess, re­leas­ing the film now might have helped. Look at the way, Baahubali has been ac­cepted by the au­di­ence all over. It should never come in any­one’s mind. “Peo­ple take such an ex­treme step be­cause they are con­stantly un­der a lot of 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”, says Vah­biz. Mean­while, Vah­biz, who was ap­pre­ci­ated for her comic role in the re­cent show Bahu Ha­mari Ra­jni Kant, made her tele­vi­sion de­but with the show Pyaar Kii Yeh Ek Ka­haani and is now ven­tur­ing into event man­age­ment. “I’ve 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.”

It is painful to go through a failed re­la­tion­ship, but you have to take it in your stride with a pos­i­tive at­ti­tude VAH­BIZ DORAB­JEE, AC­TOR

seems they are now more open to tech­nolo­gies and also un­der­stand­ing it bet­ter. When Aladin was re­leased, I guess the au­di­ence weren’t ready for that kind of fan­tasy film. Also, peo­ple weren’t ready to pro­duce such films,” he says. The film­maker adds that the suc­cess of Baahubali has mo­ti­vated him to helm a project with sim­i­lar VFX ef­fects. “It’s a won­der­ful film. Ra­jamouli has done a su­perb job. The way the things are now, I’ll ex­plore the genre and tech­nol­ogy again, soon,” says Ghosh, who has made films such as Jhankaar Beats (2003) and Ka­haani (2012).

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