This Is How Vivek Oberoi Looks As PM Narendra Modi In His Biopic

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Vivek Oberoi had announced yesterday when the poster would be released

New Delhi:

The first look poster for the Prime Minister Narendra Modi biopic was released today, days after it was announced that Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi would be essaying the role of PM Modi in the movie. The movie is titled "PM Narendra Modi".
The poster features Vivek Oberoi with prosthetics, make up and grey hair and beard wearing a golden kurta. The background has India's flag on the backdrop of sunrise. The top and bottom of the poster has the film's name, names of the filmmakers, production house and so on.
Vivek Oberoi had announced yesterday when the poster would be released. The actor shared the poster thrice with captions in various languages. The movie is going to be released in 23 languages across India. See the actor's tweet here:

जय हिन्द. జై హింద్. ஜெய் ஹிந்த். Jai Hind ???????????? We humbly ask for your prayers and blessings on this incredible journey.

– Vivek Anand Oberoi (@vivekoberoi) January 7, 2019

The director of the movie is Omung Kumar, who had earlier made Mary Kom and Sarbjit. Bollywood trade analyst had on 4th January shared the news of Mr Oberoi playing the prime minister's role. Filming will start in mid-January, Mr Adarsh had announced. Details about the other actors in the film have not been revealed as of now.

IT'S OFFICIAL… Vivekanand Oberoi [Vivek Oberoi] to star in Narendra Modi biopic, titled #PMNarendraModi… Directed by Omung Kumar… Produced by Sandip Ssingh… First look poster will be launched on 7 Jan 2019… Filming starts mid-Jan 2019.

– taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) January 4, 2019

The first poster of PM Narendra Modi was unveiled by Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on January 7 in Mumbai. Omung Kumaar's movies Mary Kom and Sarbjit were also biopics.
The announcement of this movie comes amid much controversy surrounding the Anupam Kher starrer "The Accidental Prime Minister".

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