On being asked if he has any interest in joining politics, he said that he doesn't wish to shift gears.
Vivek Oberoi has said that the producers of "PM Narendra Modi" lost crores of rupees when the Election Commission stalled the release of the biopic on the night of April 10. In 2004, I was offered my first ticket as a Member of Parliament.
According to the official synopsis on YouTube, the film traces the journey of Narendra Modi "from abject poverty, selling tea on a railway station as a chaiwallah (tea seller) to becoming the Leader of the world's largest democracy". It has been five times since then including the by-elections. Maharashtra State Commission Of Women (MSCW) took the legal course, now the actor is getting death threats and is under police protection as the PM Narendra Modi release is round the corner. Also, the film's trailer released earlier was seen missing in the midst of controversy created on the timing of its release.
On Monday, the actor was called out by netizens and fellow actors for posting an election meme that compared the poll results with Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's relationships status at different points of time. What is clear is that the trailer acts as a glitzy package to the personality that is Narendra Modi. As you check the two-minute trailer, it showcases Vivek in the hardship and struggling PM Modi played by Vivek to become the most powerful man in this country.
"I just feel that if they focused a little bit more on the work at hand, serving the people which they are supposed to rather than doing all this nonsense..."