The phone call was the first conversation between the two leaders after Trump twitted Modi over the Indian prime minister purported boast to the US President about India's setting up libraries in Afghanistan, an effort Trump sees as useless. The first look of the film was released on January 7 and going by the looks of it Vivek Oberoi was unrecognisable in the poster. Amidst the horde of outings, The Accidental Prime Minister starring Anupam Kher and PM Narendra Modi starring Vivek Oberoi, are the ones that are grabbing eyeballs for their political content.
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In the film titled PM Narendra Modi, actor Vivek Oberoi has been roped in to play Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the latter's biopic.
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The film is being directed by Omung Kumar, who has earlier helmed Sarbjit, and Mark Kom The caption of the film, as written on the poster is 'Deshbhakti Hi Meri Shakti Hai' (My love for my nation is my strength). After the launch of the poster, netizens shared their response on the micro-blogging site Twitter. "I think to bring him alive onscreen, to bring his persona, to bring his inspirational qualities onscreen is an incredible challenge". "Vivek is very hardworking and I am sure all of them will make an evergreen film". Interestingly, Vivek has changed his name to Vivek Anand Oberoi on the poster. "I truly believe at the end of the journey, I pray I become better actor and a better human being", Vivek Oberoi had said about essaying the role of PM Modi.
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Co-producer Sandip Ssingh also added, "We were very scared to conceive this film". The biopic is expected to go on floors this month and will be shot extensively in Gujarat.