Vijayendra Kumeria presently stars in Teri Meri Doriyaann on Star Plus. In the hit show, he stars opposite Himanshi Parashar.
The attractive man is praised for his work as Angad Singh Brar.
Vijayendra’s long tenure in the television business is common knowledge.
Many popular Indian television series have included his acting or writing, including Choti Bahu, Tumhari Paakhi, Shastri Sisters, Naagin 4, Aapki Nazaon Ne Samjha, and Mose Chhal Kiye Jaaye.
Vijayendra is a well-known TV producer in addition to being a fantastic actor.
He and his wife Preeti Bhatia launched the production company Kumeria Productions in October 2019.
The actor spoke with Bollyfunmaza, where he shared some fascinating details regarding his daily rituals.
When you have a morning shift or call, how do you schedule your day?
While I prefer to sleep in, when I have to get up for work, I do so reluctantly. On vacation, I usually sleep in until 10 a.m. Since it is a holiday, everyone in my house is quite considerate and gives me plenty of space to sleep. It doesn’t matter how early you go to bed the night before a morning shoot, you won’t be able to get back to sleep until around 1 or 1.30 am. I have no problem with working late if that’s what you need.
Give us a rundown of your day, beginning with when you get up and ending when you hit the hay.
As soon as my alarm goes off in the morning, I roll out of bed and turn it off. I’m not one to hit the snooze button. Then I’ll drink some water. Even though we live in the digital age, I still enjoy reading a newspaper; I usually skim the headlines and then read the paper in its whole later in the day. These days, I eat breakfast only after I get to the set because I am an intermittent fasting convert. Before, I always had to have water first thing in the morning before eating breakfast, but now I do both.
How about tea? What’s so great about your morning meal? Do you eat a certain way?
I don’t brew my own tea; I just buy it. Since I’m practicing intermittent fasting, I don’t eat between 7:30 p.m. until 9:30 a.m., or as close to that as possible. But not too much; I’m not so strict, and I do cheat occasionally. Except for that, my diet has always been really healthy. I don’t diet, but I also don’t eat a lot of fried food.
Due to scheduling constraints, I have not been able to provide adequate attention to my exercise routine. Sometimes we put in 12 or 14 hour days followed by another 4-6 hours of home time. I do, however, keep weights at home and will often walk between sets. When I start to feel too thin, I come here to work out, but the truth is that I’m not making much progress.
Which do you prefer, the gym or yoga?
Even though I love the gym and aerobics, I’ve decided to give yoga a try. I’d be interested in joining if the class had a competent teacher.