Vivek Oberoi is now all set to launch his much awaited upcoming film ‘PM Narendra Modi’ on May 24, a day after Lok Sabha poll results. Now, days before the releases of Modi biopic, makers dropped a fresh trailer on Tuesday. Earlier, Vivek has shared a new poster on his social media handles to ensure the date of release.
Modi biopic makers dropped the new trailer after the exit polls conducted across the nation hinted at a return of the Modi government. The two-minute long trailer features more footage from the film, which chronicles the life of Narendra Modi, from his childhood days to becoming the Prime Minister of India. From shots of Narendra Modi talking about the nation at various platforms to a sequence on the Gujarat riots, the film seems to touch different aspects of his life.
In the trailer, Vivek Oberoi can be seen delivering some powerful dialogues, as actors playing different leaders from the opposition party, like Sonia Gandhi, former PM Manmohan Singh.
The biopic was previously scheduled to release on April 5. On April 11, the Election Commission stalled the film, citing model code of conduct. After a long fight, the makers finally got a release date- 24 May.
Now, as the Modi biopic is all set to hit the screens, Vivek Oberoi took to his Twitter to share a new poster of the film and tweeted, “Aa rahe hain dobara PM Narendra Modi, Ab koi nahi rok sakta.” The actor can be seen blowing a conch in the new poster, as he asserted, “Bharat mein har kaam ki shuruwat, shankh baja kar ki jaati hai.”
भारत में हर बड़े काम कि शुरूवात शंख बजा कर की जाती है … #PMNarendraModi #DekhengeModiBiopic#PMNarendraModiOn24thMay@vivekoberoi @OmungKumar @sandip_Ssingh @sureshoberoi @ModiTheFilm2019 @anandpandit63 @LegendStudios @AcharyaManish7 @tseries pic.twitter.com/rZ4Q0pqo7v
— Vivek Anand Oberoi (@vivekoberoi) May 20, 2019
During the launch of the new poster Union Minister Nitish Gadkari was present. PM Narendra Modi actor said that he is very happy with the exit polls of the Lok Sabha elections 2019. The actor also added that there was no fear about the fact that the BJP will have less number of seats, as calculated by many.