Vivek Oberoi wants to make a Marathi film and claims he and his friend Riteish Deshmukh have been talking about it a lot
When not shining in Bollywood, Vivek Oberoi longs to star in a film in his native Marathi. In the past, he had guest starred on ‘Teecha Baap Tyacha Baap.
In a recent interview, Vivek disclosed that he and actor pal Riteish Deshmukh occasionally revisit the topic. The actor said Riteish would occasionally phone him up and say, “Let’s do a Marathi film,” to which he would always respond, “C’mon Bhau let’s do it.” Unfortunately, that has not been the case thus far.
Vivek elaborated by saying it would be cool to work with his “Masti” co-star again on a Marathi feature. He claims to be comfortable communicating in any tongue. According to the actor, regional film is no longer even localised. There are only excellent movies and bad ones. According to an interview Vivek gave to the Hindustan Times, all it takes is one excellent movie to go global.
Vivek referred to Riteish’s film Ved as an example. He thinks it’s a touching movie that has accomplished great things.
While in Pune for a recent engagement, the actor reflected on some memorable past experiences. Suresh Oberoi, his father, frequently shot in the city, and the family vacationed there.
Soon, you can catch Vivek in “Indian Police Force,” appearing alongside Shilpa Shetty and Sidharth Malhotra and directed by Rohit Shetty.