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Vivek Oberoi gets trolled for his look in PM Modi biopic

Before the release of the posters of the movie, Paresh Rawal was on the talks of playing PM’s role. Paresh, however, sent his good wishes and luck to Vivek Oberoi as the posters were released.

Saima Siddiqui

Saima SiddiquiBy Saima Siddiqui

Published on 19 March 2019 8:10 AM GMT

Vivek Oberoi gets trolled for his look in PM Modi biopic
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Mumbai: As the posters of PM Narendra Modi’s biopic are out, fans are not too happy with Vivek Oberoi’s look as the PM. The actor is believed to enact ‘9 Avatars’ of Modi ji but none can resemble to the PM. For the same reason, Vivek has been trolled all over twitter.

“Koi angle se nahi lag raha hai Narendra Modi.” “Ek bhi look match nhi ho rha hain.....”

“He doesn't look like Modi ji.... I think paresh rawal is the best for this role but let’s see what will the impact the story have”

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“He looks like everyone except modi”

“I love Modi and I love Vivek... But this is looking bad”, read some of the tweets.

Not just the mob but actors like Shatrughan Sinha too, trolled him bitterly saying, “It’s a free world and anyone can play anyone on screen. Koi rok-tok nahin hai. Tomorrow Rakhi Sawant can decide to play Mrs Sonia Gandhi. Who can stop her? So why not Vivek Oberoi as PM Modi? For that matter, even Vivek’s father Suresh Oberoi can play the PM.” As for Vivek grabbing the opportunity, he sighs, “Such bad days have come that we’ve to see Oberoi as PM Modi. What is done is done. We just have to see how this project shapes up. Has it been approved by the PM? I don’t think so!”

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On the contrary, Vivek Oberoi’s father Suresh Oberoi is proud of his son’s film. “I loved his look as he has worked really hard for it.” When enquired about the backlash the poster has received he said: “Everybody has their own point of view in the world... I don’t look at anything negatively... it is their opinion. As a father, I have always been proud of him and he is here today because of his hard work and not luck”.

Before the release of the posters of the movie, Paresh Rawal was on the talks of playing PM’s role. Paresh, however, sent his good wishes and luck to Vivek Oberoi as the posters were released.

The biopic is all set to hit the theaters on April 5.

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Saima Siddiqui

Saima Siddiqui

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