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PM Narendra Modi, Vivek Oberoi’s dialogue on Chowkidar is hitting hard on the nation

PM Narendra Modi is all set to relive the entire journey of Narendra Damodardas Modi right from his humble beginning from his early years as Gujarat’s Chief Minister to his land marked victory in the 2014 general elections.

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The biopic film on PM Narendra Modi is gearing up for its release very soon in the month of April. The film stars Vivek Oberoi as the politician himself. The film is directed by Omung Kumar, which will be depicting the rising story of Modi right from no one to the utmost powerful leader and eventually the Prime Minster of India.

The recently released promotional video shared by the leaders is already hitting very hard and pretty intense, as well. In this video, Vivek Oberoi, as Narendra Modi, can be seen delivering intense dialogues about Gujarat, where Modi has served as the Chief Minister for over a decade.

Right from talking about the running business in Gujarat to the forces stacked up against him, the promo is hinting a lot on the things the film has in its store. Actor Boman Irani is essaying the role of the business tycoon Ratan Tata in the Narendra Modi biopic and he has also started shooting for the same in Ahmedabad. Talking about his experiences with the film, Boman mentioned, “I have always received comments on social media that I resemble Ratan Tata. I always thought the day the character comes along and I will be more than happy to play it.”

Directed by the National Award-winner Omung Kumar and collaborate produced by Sandip Ssingh and Suresh Oberoi, the biopic is expected to be a prime release this year.

Actor Vivek Anand Oberoi, the son of Suresh Oberoi will be playing the lead role of Modi for this film.

Preeti Singh

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