Vivian Dsena REACTS STRONGLY on 'NO DATING' clause signed by Vatsal Seth & Ishita Datta
Through the 'No dating' clause, the producers of the show reportedly asked Vatsal and Ishita not to date each other or any other crew member during the duration of the show.
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However, Vivian, best known for his role in TV show “Madhubala-Ek Ishq Ek Junoon”, doesn't see such type of a clause “practically effective”.
“One can't control or put a tab on one's feelings and emotions. Had I had such a clause in my show 'Pyaar Kii Ye Ek Kahaani', where I had met Vahbbiz Dorabajee, who is now my wife, I would have laughed it off,” Vivian said in a statement.
“Clauses can't be put on emotions and relationships. As an actor, everyone is expected to be professional in approach and it's an individual decision to agree to a particular clause. It's a subjective matter.
“At the end of the day, consensus has to be there between actor and production house or channel. What actors do in their personal life outside the set is their decision. On the set, decorum is expected. Even if co-stars fall in love they should not disturb the shoot or unit in any way,” he added.
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