Actor Divya Dutta considers it a ‘blessing’ to have the ability to work once more after the ‘crazy circumstances’ which passed off within the Covid pandemic.
By Rishabh Suri
PUBLISHED ON MAR 07, 2021 11:22 PM IST
Dhaakad, a internet present, a Punjabi movie, and more- 2021 appears to be a busy one for Divya Dutta, and he or she is barely too comfortable for it. “That’s how I would like it. It’s nice when you are working with such directors. I think one truly counts their blessings when they are back on set,” she says, referring to how the whole world needed to sit at house when the Covid 19 pandemic took over in 2020.
Recalling her expertise of getting back to shoot once more, the 43-year-old says, “As an actor, we can’t have our masks on, everyone else has to make sure they are masked up. You are in a bio bubble, which is a new term I have realised, you feel a tinge of normalcy in the limited area you are in. The hustle bustle of the set is so cherished, I can’t tell you. To go back on set after so many months and absorb that normalcy is amazing.”
Her response when dealing with the digicam once more was like that of a little one, as she describes it. “I was jumping, I totally loved it. After such abnormal circumstances, to go back to a little bit of normalcy was wow. I realised how much we take for granted. Abhi aisa lagta hai not just me, everyone around me is cherishing it a lot more, there is a lot more bonding,” exclaims Dutta.
Quite a lot of her initiatives had obtained caught halfway when the lockdown had began. Initially, she didn’t have any inkling about what’s going to occur to them. The actor says, “When a big change happens, no one can ever foresee it. We thought it was a matter of few days. You go into denial first and can’t accept it. Then you kind of get into those things. No one ever thought that we will get to see a pandemic in our living times. We have gone through some crazy circumstances. Uske abad mein, coming back to this, I consider it only a blessing and nothing else.”
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