‘I am going through a painful relationship’
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).