This year has definitely turned out to be an extremely sad year. Among many others, the entertainment industry has been hit by the impact of COVID-19 badly. And this morning, we came across another very disappointing news- actor Mohit Baghel's death.
After the lockdown was imposed, like several Bollywood celebrities, many television celebrities too trying came forward to help the underprivileged with food and essential goods. As Bigg Boss 13’s Paras Chhabra shared videos on his social media accounts of him helping the poor with food and essentials, actor Jay Bhanushali and wife Mahhi Vij took a dig at him asking celebrities to not shoot the good deeds they do. Now, after Jay Bhanushali voiced out his opinions, the Madhubala – Ek Ishq Ek Junoon actor Vivian Dsena took to his social media to request celebrities to keep phones away when helping the poor.
Although he is not that active on social media, during quarantine, he's makin use of it. Actor Vivian Dsena shared a picture on his Instagram after days. In the picture shared by Vivian, you can see a small kid wearing a baggy oversized shirt standing with folded hands. The picture read, “When helping the poor, leave your camera at home.” Sharing the powerful message, Vivian had no caption for his post and set an impact with it.
As the Madhubala – Ek Ishq Ek Junoon actor expressed his opinions, Vivian tried his best to send out a powerful message to everyone out there helping the poor. With his message, other than creating an impact, Vivian left his fans excited and happy with his post on Instagram. All the fans of the actor praised his post and also mentioned how much they missed him, while many requested for a picture post from Vivian Dsena.
Meanwhile, as Vivian Dsena managed to make his presence felt to fans on social media during the lockdown, it looks like the actor has been taking some time out for him during the quarantine break by literally maintaining social media distancing. Also Read: After Jay Bhanushali, Mahhi Vij Takes A Sly Swipe At Paras Chhabra And Mahira Sharma, 'Contribute But Don't Take A Camera Along'
Image source: Instagram/ Vivian Dsena, Jay Bhanushali
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