If I am not happy with what I am getting, I’ll make my own.” Vivek recently appeared on the Amazon web series Inside Edge as Vikrant Dhawan, owner of a leading sports management company with grey shades. A lot of good films don’t even make it to the screen because of this. “I am not the kind of guy who will woefully sit down on my fate and crib, I didn’t get this, this went wrong, I haven’t got my due. Related News
Vivegam song Thalai Viduthalai: Ajith film gives us the best track to wake up toInside Edge will amplify Indian showbiz’s global presence, say makersCan’t wait to meet Siva, Ajith: Vivek OberoiActor Vivek Oberoi says if he stops getting interesting work, he will go ahead and produce his own films. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App Vivek, in his 15-year long career, has seen both highs and lows. “I have never been a pessimist, I look forward to the future. Today it has become more about the numbers than the films.” Currently, the actor is gearing up for the release of Tamil film “Vivegam”, which also stars Ajith Kumar, Kajal Aggarwal and Akshara Haasan. I have a strong belief that tomorrow if I am not getting the kind of work I want to do, I will produce my own content,” Vivek said. You are away from the whole circus of first day, second day collections. This is very inhibiting factor. “There are so many limitation in a traditional Bollywood films. It could’ve been impossible to play that role in a film,” he says. 2017-07-19T19:57:18+00:00″>
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Vivek Oberoi speaks on his web-series Inside Edge. I don’t think the kind of things I have done in the web series I would’ve been able to do in films. The actor says the film is right now in the scripting stage and the team is working hard on it. One thing which the actor is really thankful for, is that the digital space doesn’t have the trappings of box office and frees an artiste of the “circus” attached with numbers. Apart from this, Vivek is on board to feature in filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma’s “Rai”, a gangster thriller. “When I did ‘Saathiya’ (which released in 2002), it was a tiny film, made on a minuscule budget of may be Rs 3 crore…Today if I had to to the film, the publicity budget alone would be Rs 10-12 crore. “And this is where these platforms are liberating. The 40-year-old actor, however, says there was never a phase when he was upset about his career.