Dhvani Bhanushali was recently seen in the song ‘Mehendi’, which is motivated by a Gujarati song ‘Mehendi Te Vavi Malve’. The song is a Navratri special however, it’s an ideal opportunity for Dhvani when she returned to her Gujarati roots for a song.
Discussing something similar, Dhvani told Pinkvilla, “For me, it’s important to talk about my culture and where I come from. Hence, it was a conscious effort to sort of do ‘Mehendi’.” “Navratri has always been this festival which is very close to my heart, and I think every Navratri I have this thing of going down with my friends and playing Garba. For me, it’s a very special festival, and that’s why I had to do ‘Mehendi’,” says the singer.
She further informs that she is also open to acting, she said: “I think it also depends on the script. I don’t know what medium it will go on But I don’t want to haste anything, I am not in a hurry. I have music that’s my priority, and that will always be my priority. Even if I do a film, it’s going to be if the subject interests me or if it talks more about what I am. I wouldn’t do something that is completely way out of my league, just to prove a point.”
Dhvani likewise discusses the effect of the Covid-19 pandemic on her life.“I didn’t even get the opportunity to sort of do the number of shows that I wanted to do. (When) ‘Vaaste released’, I was in college and was finishing my studies. Once I graduated, I did about 10 shows and Covid hit. So I didn’t get that window to sort of performing and explore myself on stage. But I feel that now it’s sort of subsidizing a little bit. I’ll probably get the opportunity to do all that I missed out in these two years,” she expressed.