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Published: April 13, 2020 4:16:54 pm
Actor Rajeev Khandelwal is spending his lockdown time in Goa. In the midst of doing yoga and rising greens in his yard, Rajeev interacted with followers from the Facebook web page of The Indian Express just lately. He even revealed that he has a stamp of quarantine as a result of he travelled to Goa from Mumbai.
Urging everybody to observe authorities pointers to struggle the coronavirus pandemic, Rajeev stated, “I’ve seen a lot of people who think sanitisation is for others and not for us. But we need to take care of these things very minutely. Each one of us has to contribute and adhere to what the government says. Those who aren’t following it are committing a huge blunder and risking everybody’s life. Government is doing a lot of research but the solutions can only bear results if we support them. So stay indoors, maintain social distance and keep washing you hands.”
When requested how he’s staying optimistic throughout such a tough time, Rajeev shared, “I’m not getting worried because I’m staying away from watching news, I don’t check WhatsApp groups, I barely go on social media. I do a lot of yoga, desi workout, swimming and gardening here. I feel blessed that I have a roof over my head, food in the house. Think about those who do not have this. Right now we need to help each other in whatever capacity. Let the goodness come out. Whatever you’ll do right now will go down in history.”
Rajeev can at the moment be seen in Voot Original internet collection Marzi, co-starring Aahana Kumra. During the chat, he thanked followers for appreciating the thriller present. Quipping that the viewers ought to now look past his fan-favourite character of Sujal Garewal (Kahiin To Hoga), he picked the position that’s personally near his coronary heart.
“Each role is special. It is very difficult to pick one. There is this character called Rajveer Singh Shekhawat from Left Right Left who remains close to my heart. And Rajveer-Nania’s pairing was fantastic. It was a great show and we all had a very good time doing it. And considering it is still there in your mind means we must have done something good in it,” he stated.
When somebody requested him how he handles his superstar standing, Rajeev stated, “I am still a normal man. I do everything that a common man will do or what I used to do before becoming an actor. Only when you step out in public, you cannot stay common. Otherwise I don’t expect anyone to give me a star treatment. Even when I go to the airport, I stand in queues. I love travelling. I’m very different in real life. The place where I am right now is more like a recreational center. My holidays are as important as my work. I completely switch off when I’m not shooting.”
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