Piyush Aaj Tak: Depression happens, but I don't recognize a coronavirus case.
Renowned Piyush Mishra, author and performer, finds it tough to compose in lockdown. However, that doesn't make the actor idle. He says that he writes despite all obstacles and that after he has locked down, he comes with something.
The aged actor addressed how he spends time on lock-down, writing and how he can be more associated with youngsters during a session on E-Sahitya AajTak on May 24.
Artists work best under isolation, but I can't. It ranges from isolation to incarceration. It's a prison. But I can't do that, I'm trying to write. I can't translate it into terms what I think. What I believe. When it comes to mind, there is depression. We won't acknowledge the loss, though. I'll do one of the other, I shall start to compose and this lockout should have any benefit.
Heartbreak or a girl who left me wasn't important. The urge and ability to compose is the motivation to submit to me. And indeed, capital is indeed a stimulus. Love does not mean a girl's love in my writing but it also means other things. Love is just there to help, stuff that mean most.
On the preparation of life
I never had my future prepared. It just took place alone. In Gwalior, I did not do anything and my friend asked me to fill out the NSD form. I never did anything, he told me. I filled out the form, was chosen. I entered numerous theater groups and landed in Mumbai. Life went ahead, though.