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VIRAL: Vivek Oberoi Recreates Dialogue For Pakistan From 'PM Narendra Modi' Biopic

Written By Daamini Sharma | Mumbai | Published:

Vivek Oberoi appeared on a livewire edition of 'Poochta Hai Bharat - Arnab Ke Saath' on Republic Bharat on Monday, hours after his upcoming release - the 'PM Narendra Modi' biopic - was cleared by the Delhi High Court and also the Bombay High Court which disposed of the petition seeking a stay on its release.

Earlier in the day, Republic TV broke the news that Indian Air Force scrambled Sukhoi 30 and Mirage 2000 jets last night to tackle a Pakistani package of four F-16s flying close to Punjab border. The Pakistani jets were flying with a surveillance drone possibly trying to detect Indian troops’ deployment in the sensitive area. Reacting to the same, Vivek Oberoi said:

"Yeh khabar sunkar jo inspiration feel hote hai, yeh decision-making capability and yeh leadership quality hum film mai dekhana chahte hai".

(We feel inspired after hearing this news and we want to show this decision making capability and this leadership quality through our film)

He then delivered a dialogue from his upcoming film 'PM Narendra Modi' biopic', the clip of which is going viral:

"Apne jo breaking news bataye uske liye toh dialogue banta hai. Dialogue yeh banta hai ke aagar dubara humpar haath uthaya toh haath kaat denge. Tumne humara balidaan dekha hai ab badla bhi dekhoge".

(This breaking news calls for dialogue from the movie. Here it goes: If you will touch us again, we will break you into pieces. You have seen our sacrifice now you will see our revenge.) 

Read: ANNOUNCED: PM Modi Biopic Set For Imminent Release, Here's When The Vivek Oberoi-starrer 'PM Narendra Modi' Will Hit Screens

Earlier in the day, the Delhi High Court on Monday rejected a plea seeking a stay on the release of the film PM Narendra Modi. A bench of Chief Justice Rajendra Menon and Justice Anup Jairam Bhambhani rejected the plea filed by advocate Sujeet Kumar Singh.

The film is scheduled to release on April 12.

The plea sought a direction from the Election Commission of India to act against the violation of the Model Code of Conduct by the filmmakers.

It also sought the postponement of the movie's release till the declaration of the results of the Lok Sabha polls.

The petitioner said that such a film about a politician, who himself is going to contest the upcoming general elections, will definitely provide an undue benefit and leverage to his poll prospects.

He added that it would negatively impact the opposition candidates.