Vivek Oberoi – the spontaneous actor of bollywood.
Vivek Oberoi is the spontaneous actor of bollywood. He does not believe in unnecessary mannerisms and that is depicted in his films. In Saathiya, he impressed the viewers with unique style of acting where he was a software engineer. He had an affair with Rani Mukherjee but as his parents never wanted him to marry her, he created a separate establishment after marrying her. As he left his own parents, he expected Rani Mukherjee also to forget her relatives which she could not do.
AR Rehman had given excellent tunes in the film and songs like “saathiya, saathiya”, sung by Sonu Nigam and other songs like “chalka, chalka re” became very successful. Vivek portrayed the frustration of his character very well when Rani Mukherjee met with an accident with Tabu’s car at the end of the film.
Vivek acted well in Yuva, along with Abhishek Bacchan and Ajay Devgan, a film which was based on the unrest that exists in the students community in West Bengal, specially Kolkata. The differences in most cases leads to violence and that destroys the careers of the students. Vivek’s performance was effortless in the film.
Vivek Oberoi, never imitated his father Suresh Oberoi, who was gifted with a brilliant voice, in any of the films, and that was the reason for his success in bollywood films. He had done well in Subhash Ghai’s Kisna.
Even in the film Omkara, he had done well along with Saif Ali Khan and Ajay Devgan. The film was based on the rural background of the state of Bihar, in India. He was comfortable with the rural intonation that was portrayed in the character. He also danced well in the song “biri jalaile” along with Bipasha Basu.
Vivek Oberoi had made notable contribution even in action films like Shootout at Lokhandwala along with the noted actors like Sanjay Dutt and Abhishek Bacchan in the film. It was based on real-life story.
In the years to come he is expected to show his acting talent in every type of film, as he is liked by that section of the audience who want realistic performance without the larger-than life image.