Dana Nalbar had a successful career in the domestic music industry, but at one point she decided to withdraw from the world shovbiz and completely dedicate her family. A 42-year-old singer, former member of the HI-K, spoke in an interview with Adevarul about her mother's life, revealing the reasons she applied for adoption, even though she was already home to two children who were the result of a marriage with a TV actor and a television speaker Dragos Bucur.
The reason why Dana Nalbar adopted a little girl
Dana Nalbar discovered that she did not value the prejudices of people around her and decided to adopt a child from her desire to save her life. Although over the years he had many negative attitudes, the star decided to go on, quite surely in his decisions. Rokana, the girl with whom she and Dragos Bukur were adopted, has a Roma origin and, as expected, there was prejudice in this respect.
"The idea of adoption existed before we had a child. We wanted to save our life." (..) "I joined the list of children difficult to adopt and found Rokan. In four months, we met her a few weeks after we met her, she came to us and stayed with us. (..) I'm not afraid of anything, I do not care what people around you think. I'm not a racist. Together with Dragos, we will help overcome all problems, "Dana Nalbar said.
Dana Nalbar, about her plans for the future
Despite giving up public appearances and living in recent years, Dana announced that she will soon release a musical project with the help of a London producer. "There is no commercial purpose. (..) It will not even appear on the scene since the audience used Hi-K," she told her.
As for settling in Romania, Dana and her husband, along with their children, travel far away from the country and see how things work in Western countries, the artist has discovered that he does not want to stay in the country, more elected in his old age. However, although it is often speculated that Dana and her family moved from all over Romania, they returned each time. "We still think that our age is here. I'm afraid that in old age I have to get to the sanitation system," Dana Nalbar explained.