- Vivek Oberoi will be seen in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s biopic, which will be released on May 24
In Kolkata, on Tuesday, the controversy over the breaking of the statue of Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar has increased due to the violence during the road show of Amit Shah. Concerned about this, Vivek Oberoi targeted West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Twitter. In his tweets, he compared Mamata with Iraq’s dictator Saddam Hussein.
Vivek wrote – I can’t understand why a respected lady like Didi is behaving like Saddam Hussain! Ironically, democracy is under threat and in danger by Dictator Didi herself. First Priyanka Sharma & now Tajinder Bagga. यह दीदीगिरी नही चलेगी !
I can’t understand why a respected lady like Didi is behaving like Saddam Hussain! Ironically, democracy is under threat and in danger by Dictator Didi herself. First #PriyankaSharma & now #TajinderBagga. यह दीदीगिरी नही चलेगी ! #SaveBengalSaveDemocracy #FreeTajinderBagga pic.twitter.com/oRq596aljH
— Vivek Anand Oberoi (@vivekoberoi) May 15, 2019
Kamal Haasan was also opposed by Vivek: Earlier Vivek had opposed Kamal Haasan on Twitter. Hassan had said that the first terrorist of Independent India was a Hindu. His name was Nathuram Godse.
Dear Kamal sir, you are a great artist. Just like art has no religion, terror has no religion either! You can say Ghodse was a terrorist, why would you specify ‘Hindu’ ? Is it because you were in a Muslim dominated area looking for votes? @ikamalhaasan https://t.co/Hu3zxJjYNb
— Vivek Anand Oberoi (@vivekoberoi) May 13, 2019