Vivek Oberoi Gets Security From Mumbai Police Ahead Of 'PM Narendra Modi' Biopic Release!

Prathamesh Jadhav
Director Omung Kumar's film based on the current Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi has been stalled from releasing!

Ahead of the release of his controversial release PM Narendra Modi, actor Vivek Oberoi get security from Mumbai police considering the sensitivity of the topic as indeed keeping in mind the results of the Lok Sabha Elections 2019.  Oberoi, who plays Narendra Modi in the controversial biopic on the Prime Minister, met the Election Commission (EC) on recently over the film's release. After the meeting, Oberoi said the poll panel watched the biopic on Wednesday and gave a good response.

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Director Omung Kumar's film based on the current Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi has been stalled from releasing on April 11, as per the orders of Election Commission. The film was scheduled to release on the onset of Lok Sabha elections 2019. 'PM Narendra Modi' Actor Vivek Oberoi Exclusive Interview: All Questions About Biopic Answered

Vivek has been a topic of much controversy thanks to the meme he shared on social platform which many thought was not in a good taste. Many even argued if this was a publicity stunt to gain the much needed eyeballs for his movie. Oberoi had tweeted a collage of three images featuring him, Aishwarya, Salman Khan, Abhishek Bachchan, and Aishwarya's seven-year-old daughter Aaradhya.

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The post referred to Salman and Aishwarya's relationship as the 'opinion poll', Vivek and Aishwarya's affair as the 'exit poll' and her current family with husband Abhishek and daughter Aaradhya as the 'final result.' "Is there anything wrong in it? Is there some abuse in it? Is there any obscene picture in it? It is just a creative meme made at the time of elections. I saw it and laughed. I have no problem in saying sorry as I am an expert in saying sorry. But, please, tell me what wrong have I said," said Oberoi.