'Blockbuster On It's Way': Netizens Go Into Frenzy As Vivek Oberoi's New Poster Of 'PM Narendra Modi' Biopic Unveils

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Seems like the ‘PM Narendra Modi’ biopic is being shot at a blistering pace. The film, which had gone on floors in late-January, is targetting an April 5 release, and now the makers have released a new poster from the biopic

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:

Seems like the ‘PM Narendra Modi’ biopic is being shot at a blistering pace. The movie, which had gone on floors in late-January, is targetting an April 5 release, and now the makers have released a new poster from the film, where Vivek Oberoi can be seen dressed as PM Modi, with a bandwagon of children dressed in green and orange coloured clothing. 

READ: ‘PM Narendra Modi’ Biopic: Vivek Oberoi’s 9 Different Looks Trace Different Stages Of Narendra Modi's Political Journey - A Must-watch

Take a look! 

Ever since the poster has been unveiled, it has been going viral on the internet. Many netizens have also taken Twitter to laud the film saying that it is going to be a 'Big blockbuster'. 

Read some of the reactions below: 

Few fans also took to the comment section to ask as to when the trailer of the film will release. See below: 

The shooting of the film started on January 28. Apart from Vivek Oberoi as PM Narendra Modi, the biopic also stars Zarina Wahab, Barkha Bisht Sengupta, Manoj Joshi, Prashant Narayanan, Boman Irani in roles of important persons in PM's life like his wife, mother, Amit Shah, and Ratan Tata. Some of their looks were shared by the makers: 

READ: CONFIRMED : Vivek Oberoi's 'PM Narendra Modi' Biopic's Release Brought Forward By A Week Following MCC Violation Complaint, Will Release On April 5

 

 

 

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