Vivek Anand Oberoi might need already taken his Covid-19 vaccination, however the actor admits that the concern of virus is nonetheless there. And therefore, capturing amid the pandemic, together with a number of different individuals on a movie set, can, at instances, be daunting.
But as they are saying, the present should go on. The actor too, has been working, and even went for an outside shoot in Jaipur. Ask him how does it really feel coming again to his household after being uncovered to the exterior world, he says, “Even though I take whatever precautions I can, at the end of the day, you still have a lingering doubt at the back of the head that, ‘I am going back home’, especially with the talk of the third wave.”
A father to 2 youngsters — Vivaan (8) and Ameyaa (6) — Oberoi is all the extra frightened, as the this impending third wave is being mentioned to have an effect on youngsters greater than the adults.
“All these talks about kids… mine are so attached to me and so young. Even if I am out for four days, whenever I come back, they come running to me to hug me. I have to stop them there and say, ‘Hold on, I have to go, take a shower, steam’, and then sit down,” rues the doting father.
The 44-year-old, who was final seen in the 2019 movie Rustom and has season 3 of Inside Edge lined up subsequent, feels that terming the present state of affairs ‘new normal’ doesn’t actually lower the concern.
Elaborating his level, he continues, “This all is very unnatural. People say it’s the new normal, but I find that there is nothing ‘normal’ about it. So, it is not a great feeling at all. But what is a great relief is to actually take off the mask and act in front of the camera. That’s something we all actors love to do.”