My autobiography will definitely be an interesting one: Vivek Oberoi


Is being successful means someone who has made a lot of money or someone who is doing what he or she loves every day they wake up. This marked a huge controversy in Vivek’s professional life and his carer that looked extremely promising until then took a severe beating. Is being successful means someone who is living a balanced life and has a bit of everything.”
He added, “I believe every day I wake up feeling successful, happy and grateful to the life I have. I don’t know if I will revisit (my past) and say, ‘Oh! There’s so much to life than that…”
Vivek is gearing up for Bank Chor, which is his second film with YRF after the superhit Saathiya (2002) that earned the actor the tag of a romantic hero. if you believe I am nothing then you will say it was all for nothing but do I believe I am nothing? Do I believe that I have lasted long? The film was an official remake of Mani Ratnam’s Tamil romance Alaipayuthey. I deliver speeches, I interact with students and they have a different perspective on things, unlike the media. I think, Alia (Bhatt) will be a good choice. 2017-06-11T17:00:50+00:00″>
Published:June 11, 2017 5:00 pm

Vivek Oberoi’s career is full of ‘misses’ and ‘what if’s’. “It depends on the perspective. So, those are the kind of forums I like going to and talk at. Do I believe I am successful or not? For Rani’s part, it is difficult to choose a name because it’s not easy to match up to her. I am still around and still getting work. So, you have to define what is success to you. In 2003, just a year into Bollywood, Vivek held a press conference alleging that Salman had threatened him over his closeness with Aishwarya Rai, whom he was apparently seeing then. Do I believe in my body of work? To that, Vivek responded. Watch videoSalman Khan is much leaner in Tiger Zinda Hai: Ali Abbas ZafarVivegam: Ajith and Vivek Oberoi in the same frame makes us wonder, who is the antagonist of this film? While many have been of the opinion that opening up about the alleged harassment at the hands of Salman was his biggest mistake, Vivek, now, choses to look at the incident in a detached way. The actor, however, has no complaints for he believes he has enough reason to feel fulfilled and successful. Except for rarities like Omkara and Shootout at Lokhandwala, which justify Vivek’s prominence on screen, Vivek’s career is full of ‘misses’ and ‘what if’s’. It would be interesting to see it being played between these two.”
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© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd The endearing romance between Vivek’s Aditya Sehgal and Rani Mukerji’s Suhani Sharma was an instant hit, and ensured Vivek and Rani became one of the best on-screen duos. For all those who have been to my place, I have multiple shelves filled with awards, a body of work which in its own way is memorable. Related News
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The group interaction with the actor then had a reporter ask him that will the autobiography be a tell-all. Maybe I am too private a person to share personal stories with young people. See photoActor Vivek Oberoi has completed 15 years in the Hindi film industry, majority of which has been an after-effect of his showdown with superstar Salman Khan. 15 years ago, this happened and that happened.’ That’s life. When asked which actors from today’s generation can play Aditya and Suhani if a Saathiya remake is ever made, Vivek, after a pause, said, “If I was casting it today, I think Ranbir (Kapoor)… He is fantastic playing real characters. Aishwarya and Salman were former partners. She was too good. “I am too far from that.