The National award-winning actress, who has been trying to make the most of the lockdown, feels it's important to be patient, resilient and positive till normalcy returns.
Let's wait a little more with a smile on our face and hope in our hearts, says Divya Dutta
Mumbai - 02 Jul 2020 19:00 IST
Updated : 03 Jul 2020 11:36 IST
In Mumbai, even as restrictions are being eased, the lockdown is still in force. Actress Divya Dutta has been one artiste who has been trying to make the most of the time she’s been given at home.
Dutta has let her creativity flow, penning a poem, Jab Sab Theek Hoga Na, and held a motivation discussion on mental health for a group of professionals along with her brother Rahul Dutta, who is a hypnotherapist. She also remained connected with her family and friends, along with the film fraternity and fans though social media.
"Sometimes, a crisis sparks new possibilities and innovations,” Divya said, of her intent to remain positive. “If we were to look at the brighter side of things, that is what the pandemic has done to a lot of people. One couldn't help but make the most and best of the time we got at home, a pause from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, by introspecting what we have been doing wrong or what we need to and can make right.”
“In these unprecedented times, it has been important for us to be patient, resilient and positive for life to go back to normal... Let's wait out a little more with a smile on our face and a hope in the heart,” she added.
Later this year, the actress has the short film, Sheer Qorma, with co-star Swara Bhasker, Dibaker Banerjee's Freedom and Umesh Shukla's Aankh Micholi to look forward to as well.