Today, I am feeling like I felt 16 years ago, during "Company" days. The first look poster of the upcoming biopic was launched on January 7 in 23 languages in the presence of Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis. I'm feeling the same excitement, same hunger because this kind of a role is a once in a lifetime experience for any actor. "I have full faith that an inspirational film will be made.about a poor man, a chai seller who became a sansayi, then an organiser and a leader". The actor took to his Twitter handle on Monday to share his look as PM Modi.
Apart from exchanging New Year greetings, the two leaders discussed about reducing the U.S. trade deficit with India and increasing their cooperation in Afghanistan, the White House said. He is like a raj-yogi and this film will get that in front of the audience. He wrote on Twitter: "This is film is set to create history today with the poster launch of a film based on the life of world leader born in India, a RajYogi in true sense!" Vivek, we are very excited. The shooting of the film is going to begin in mid-January. Noted film critic and trade analyst, Taran Adarsh shared the posters on his social media handle writing, "Vivek Anand Oberoi [Vivek Oberoi] to star in Narendra Modi biopic, titled #PMNarendraModi".
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A few weeks back, a report in Bombay Times stated, "The actor will play the reigning PM in a film that will be shot across Gujarat, Delhi, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand, among other locations in the country, over a period of a few months". Vivek was one of the guests from Bollywood who attended PM Modi's swearing-in ceremony in May 2014.