Vivek oberoi plans to produce films

Actor Vivek Oberoi, who had taken a break post the release of his last film KRRISH 3, is back in action. And the actor says that now he wants to produce films for which he feels “language is not a barrier”.

On being asked if he would be venturing into production too, the actor replied in an interview, “Yes, I am looking forward to produce films. I am reading scripts and as a creative person, language is not a barrier for me. I am open to producing films in different languages.”

The 38-year-old, who has a kid with wife Priyanka Alva, he is also excited about his acting assignment with Yash Raj Films named BANK CHOR. Talking about his break and coming back to acting, Vivek said, “I had taken a break for four months after the success of KRRISH and GRAND MASTI as I wanted to spend some quality time with my family. Now, I am reading scripts and looking forward to BANK CHOR.”

Vivek would be seen with dad-to-be Riteish Deshmukh in BANK CHOR. When Vivek was asked about teaming up with Riteish he said, “I am looking forward to be part of BANK CHOR. Riteish and I have 100 percent box office report and I am more than excited to work with him again. My new look with a moustache is for the film.”

It is noted that Vivek last worked with the YRF banner in 2002 for their hit film SAATHIYA. Talking about working with YRF after 12 long years the actor thanked YRF head Aditya Chopra for considering him for the role. “After 12 years I will be working with Yash Raj post ‘SAATHIYA’. It was sweet of Adi (Aditya Chopra) to call me,” VIvek said. In other news, the actor is said to celebrate Ganesh Chaurthi by bringing home Lord Ganesha every year. What’s more, the Oberois are known to do it the eco-friendly way! The actor was spotted on Juhu beach during the visarjan on Tuesday evening, after bringing home the idol for five days.

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