Television actor Vivek Dahiya, who has been making news for his amazing performance in Zee5 original’s crime-thriller web-series State of Siege 26/11, in a recent interview to Indian express said that saying yes to the series was an emotional decision as an India. He also revealed that he immediately said yes to the script after reading it without any second thoughts. Also Read - Divyanka Tripathi And Vivek Dahiya's Recent Getaway Pictures With Family Will Melt Your Heart

“Honestly, it was actually quite an emotional decision. Somebody recently asked me whether I have become too secure, and not worried about sharing screen space with so many others. I just want to say that I am still in the initial stage of my career. And I would be very much concerned about these things when I do my next fiction show. However, State of Siege, as I told you, has a connect with every one of us. I was in the UK studying when the attacks happened, and I felt so much rage and angst against these terrorists. They were young kids, juvenile minds and maybe didn’t even understand what they did. So when the makers called me, I didn’t even discuss much and said an instant yes as I was emotionally drawn towards it,” said the Yeh Hai Mohabbatein actor. Also Read - Divyanka Tripathi And Husband Vivek Dahiya Recreate Kajol And Shah Rukh Khan's Iconic Song From Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, Watch

Talking about his choice and career moves, he added, “It’s not that I had pre-planned but it appealed to me the moment I read the script. Also, I will be honest, I don’t even have too much screen space in the show. If I had calculated it as a career move, it would have been a disaster (laughs). What really mattered to me was that I wanted to be a part of the project, that somewhere affected every Indian.” Also Read - Divyanka Tripathi And Vivek Dahiya React to Pregnancy Rumours, Latter Says 'That's Not an Edit, It's The Truth'

Starring Arjun Bijlani, Arjan Bajwa, and Vivek Dahiya in key roles, State of Siege: 26/11 has been helmed by Matthew Leutwyler.