Vivek Dahiya is one popular name of the television industry. He made his debut with a television show called “Yeh Hai Mohabbatein.” Soon he became a popular character on the show and what is more surprising is he find his true on this show. He married Divyanka Tripathi who was the lead actress if Yeh Hai Mohabbatein. Both the actors fell in love while on set. The actor has always been open about his struggles and he had talked about it many times. After his wedding to Divyanka, Vivek Dahiya now has a lead role in Ekta Kapoor’s Kavach Kaali Shaktiyon Se.” In an interview with TOI, Vivek revealed that Divyanka is his lucky charm because everything is going well after he is married not only in his personal life but also in his professional life. He also said that even his father considers Divyanka lucky for him.
Vivek Dahiya said, “I definitely consider Divyanka as my lucky charm. In fact, my father has said a lot of times that she is absolutely lucky for me. He had told me earlier that when you will have your lady by your side and she’s there permanently to stay, the way the universe will work for you suddenly, will be surprising. This thing stayed with me and I was waiting to see what happens. And I couldn’t believe it when Kavach happened to me soon after marriage. I was like Yes, the lady luck thing is working. Divyanka is completely my lucky mascot.”
When asked about his struggle period, the actor said, “I literally managed to overcome a lot of issues in the beginning while auditioning, especially with scripts. Before landing my first job I must have auditioned around 300-400 times. I then got shortlisted and then was on board for a project. I was really happy and on cloud nine. I immediately called up my father who was skeptical because till then as I wasn’t shortlisted anywhere. The amount was not major but bagging a project after so long in itself was a big thing for me. That was just the beginning.”
We hope that Vivek Dahiya achieves more and more success through his new show and Divyanka always be on his side like this.