Most of us often get bogged down by hurt and feelings of resentment. These emotions stem out of expectations and hope from other people, especially those who aren’t worthy of our love and attention. Puvi Arasu Muthusamy, who essays the character of Iniyan in Oru Oorla Oru Rajakumari, has the best piece of advice. Yes, here’s something for those who are have wasted enough time pondering over people and their actions, that shouldn’t matter to them.
Puvi feels that it is futile to invest time in people that only spread negativity around. Their toxic presence in our life makes things unpleasant. Hence it is imperative to take corrective measures to resurrect life before it is too late. Puvi took to Instagram to share a pic with a caption that speaks volumes about his perspective about life and people.
He wrote: “Don’t waste another minute dealing with negative and toxic people. Run for your life as quickly as possible!”
Puvi strongly believes in the simple mantra of living a happy life devoid of toxins and negativity. And we can’t agree more with him on this. The hunk of an actor is a fitness freak. He hits the gym regularly to maintain his beautifully crafted physique – no wonder why girls go gaga over him! We are sure that much of Puvi’s energy and blissful state of mind is a reflection of his healthy body. A fit body has a healthy mind and vice versa.
For the unversed, Puvi portrays a kabaddi player in the above mentioned super-hit show that has Ashwini Radha Krishna on board as the lead actress. The show is an adaptation of Hindi daily soap Badho Bahu, a story that revolved around a girl who battles weight issues and a young man who is wrestler. Watch Oru Oorla Oru Rajakumari and for more entertainment, check out Nachiyarpuram, starring real-life couple Dinesh and Rachitha.