Vivek Oberoi | Movies, Age, Biography, Controversy, Net Worth
Vivek Oberoi’s Age and Biography
Vivek Oberoi is a famous Indian actor. Vivek Oberoi primarily appears in Hindi-language movies. Additionally, he has made appearances in films in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Kannada. He made his acting debut in Ram Gopal Varma's 2002 gangster film Company, for which he received two Filmfare Awards.
Vivek Oberoi’s birthday is 3 September 1976. Vivek Oberoi’s birth place is Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. Vivek Oberoi’s age is 46 years, as of 2022. Vivek Oberoi is Hinduism. Vivek Oberoi’s zodiac sign is Virgo. Vivek Oberoi’s height is 1.78m or 5 '10.
Ram Gopal Varma's film company was where Oberoi made his film debut. He won Filmfare Awards for Best Supporting Actor and Best Debut. After that, he appeared in the action movies Dum and Road. He starred in Shaad Ali's Saathiya, which was released in 2002. He received a nomination for Best Actor from Filmfare because the movie did well at the box office. He acted in the political comedy Masti and Yuva in 2004. He portrayed the lead role in Kisna: The Warrior Poet in 2005.
Vivek Oberoi portrayed Kesu, a figure based on Michael Cassio in the original play, in Omkara, a 2006 adaptation of Shakespeare's classic Othello. Gulzar praised Oberoi after seeing his performance. In the movie Shootout at Lokhandwala from 2007, he portrayed the gangster Maya Dolas. Oberoi appeared in the Ekta Kapoor and Apoorva Lakhia-produced film Mission Istanbul in 2008. At the 2008 International Indian Film Academy Awards, he gave a performance to the song Apun Ke Saath, which was written and produced for the movie by Vikas Kohli.
Vivek Oberoi appeared in Kurbaan as a minor character in 2009. He appeared in Prince in 2010, however despite its initial box office success, the film did not receive a favourable reception from the audience. He portrayed the Telugu politician Paritala Ravi in Ram Gopal Varma's Rakht Charitra that same year. In 2011, Vivek created the movie Dekh Indian Circus. The movie was one of 380 films presented at the 16th Busan Film Festival, where it competed against 3000 other movies from across the world for the Audience Choice Award for Best Film. Kismat Love Paisa Dilli, a movie starring Vivek Oberoi, was released in October 2012 but received poor reviews and performed poorly at the box office. In Krrish 3, he also portrayed the supervillain Kaal (2013). In the Hindi-dubbed version of The Amazing Spider-Man 2, which was released in May 2014, Oberoi provided the voice of Electro.
In the 2017 action-thriller Vivegam, Oberoi makes his Tamil film debut in a supporting role opposite Ajith Kumar. Oberoi collaborated on the Riteish Deshmukh and Rhea Chakraborty-starring movie Bank Chor under the YRF banner. In the 2019 film Lucifer, directed by Prithviraj Sukumaran, Vivek Oberoi made his Malayalam debut alongside Mohanlal as Bobby, the major antagonist. Both reviewers and viewers praised his portrayal of a villain. For three seasons of the reality series India's Best Dramebaaz, he served as a talent judge. In the movie PM Narendra Modi, he played the part of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.