Vivek to play the Punjabi munda
Vivek Oberoi seems to have hit the purple patch and has become hot property for various B Town Banners.
The actor has his hands full with potential block buster's like ZILLA GHAZIABAD where he is bonding big time with Sanjay Dutt and Arshad Warsi and also KRRISH 2 of the super hit Rakesh Roshan franchise. Going ahead, Abhay has already been stripped off from the sequel of EK CHALIS KI LAST LOCAL and Vivek has stepped into his shoes. Sanjay Kandhuri, who garnered critical acclaim for the original and made it a viable commercial venture as well, is back after 4 years with his pet project, GYARAH CHALIS KI LAST METRO.
Sanjay's lead actor Vivek is leaving no stone unturned when it comes to this film and reliable sources state that VO for the first time will be seen playing a middle class Punjabi munda and has already started research on the same .The actor in the past for various films of his has gone of the way to do research and this time around he is with a new plan and that's to give surprise visits to various Punjabi families in Mumbai adding to the desi masala quotient. He would be looking forward to learn their lingo, mannerism, body language and attitude. The sequel is being made on a way bigger platform and budget making it more commercial unlike the original. There is a lot of money riding on the sequel as the makers have decided to make it richer by adding more glamour and showcasing the glitz of Delhi and adding thrills at the Metro stations which would also play an important part in the narrative. Majority of the film will be shot in the Capital. The metro would also be playing an integral part in the film narration.
On Contacting Sanjay he stated, ''It was Vivek's idea to study his character closely and looking at his dedication and approach, what else can a director ask for.''
The film will be produced by Amit Chandrra under his banner Invincible Entertainment who had earlier co - produced the slick, stylish and critically acclaimed KARTHIK CALLING KARTHIK along with Farhan Akhtar.