Actress Sanjana Sanghi says it has been challenging to focus on work at a time when the country is battling the second wave of COVID-19. She says that work is not the top priority in her mind and staying focused has been a challenge.
She said that creatively, it has been a challenge to zone in. Reading a script When I’m making a program and trying to get an oxygen concentrator in a tribal area, it’s been a challenge I haven’t experienced before. So, there is definitely a distraction.
She further adds, fortunately, somehow the last lockdown taught us a lot, it was the first time that we experienced something different from our busy schedules living in different cities and being on sets all the time. How does it happen? It was tough. All my actor friends are focused on making sure the family is safe, they are safe and this is one of those times when you know you will be back when the time is right. There is no use worrying over that as it is our responsibility to come back to work only when we are completely safe.
To help people deal with the pandemic, Sanjana started a mental health campaign called Here to Here. He has provided support with the Protect a Million mission in remote parts of India in association with Save the Children.
When the second wave came, it felt completely natural to know how to expand and contribute, Sanjana said. I saw everyone coming together and doing incredible things. It was here to here to fill this gap. I felt that in the midst of all this, we were able to help out with the supplies.
The actress was seen in late actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s last film Dil Bechara.