Vivek Oberoi: The most underrated actor who faced many obstacles in the industry

Check out the top 5 films by the actor which has raised the bar high in Bollywood.

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Vivek Oberoi is one of the charming actors in our industry. Starting his journey in 2002 with Ram Gopal Varma’s film Company, the actor brought a fresh charm to Bollywood with his dashing looks and incredible talent. After RGV’s Company, the actor did two action films Road and Dum. In the same year, Vivek bagged YRF’s film Saathiya alongside Rani Mukherji and it brought the actor into the limelight as it was a blockbuster film. After delivering a few hits, the actor dropped down a bit due to ongoing competition in the fraternity. However, even after facing many obstacles in his path, the stunning actor never looked back and always believed in working hard and growing.

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Today, let us talk about the top 5 films by the actor which has raised the bar high in Bollywood.

1 Company
Vivek Oberoi’s debut film Company directed by Ram Gopal Varma was released in 2002. Apart from Vivek, the film had Ajay Devgn Manisha Koirala, Mohanlal and many more. Based on the Indian gangster trilogy. Company follows Chandu, a henchman of a gangster named Malik, with whom he forms a rapport that eventually falls apart after tension arises between them. The film was critically acclaimed during that time and also praised for the performances especially Vivek Oberoi and Ajay Devgn.

Saathiya
Vivek Oberoi and Rani Mukherji starrer Saathiya under YRF banner. A beautiful love story with a lot of innocence and great effort, the film is totally a masterpiece by all means. Vivek Oberoi and Rani Mukherjee totally nailed their character and their chemistry has set the screen on fire.

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Shootout At Lokhandwala
Mayya Dolas aka Vivek Oberoi is still everyone’s favourite onscreen gangster. Based on the true events, the film is totally dynamic & outstanding. And the one who justified the film was none other than Vivek Oberoi who nailed the film.

Yuva
Multi-starrer film Yuva was a flop at the box office. But later, when the audience saw the film, it was very much appreciated and called a masterpiece which is ahead of its time. The film is one of the rare Bollywood movies that feel close to fact, and every single cast member has outdone themselves.

Inside Edge
Last but not the least, Vivek Oberoi’s latest web series Inside Edge made sure that the king is still leading even after two decades in the industry. His character of Vikrant Dhawan an antagonist is just jaw-dropping throughout the three seasons.


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