Vivek Oberoi became the ‘hero’ for girls in his school due to Sanjay Dutt, the actor told an interesting story
Shootout at Lokhandwala is an important film in Vivek Oberoi’s career. In this film, he played a negative character named Maya Dallas, for which he is still remembered. In this film, Vivek shared screen space with Sanjay Dutt for the first time and it was a special opportunity for him. Vivek became a hero in front of girls during his school days because of Sanjay Dutt.
According to a report in Hindustan Times, Vivek recently revealed this in an interview. The actor said that he was studying in the boarding school of the famous Mayo College in Ajmer. Once upon a time, Vivek’s father Suresh Oberoi was shooting a film in Jaipur, so he made a plan to meet Vivek and reached his school.
Vivek was surprised to see his father suddenly in front, but the biggest shock came when the long-haired Sanjay Dutt got out of the car. Sanjay was also shooting with Suresh and had come to meet Vivek. Vivek told that he pleaded with Sanjay while hitting the spot, would he go with him to see the Mayo Girls College on the other side of the road. When he reached Girls College with Sanjay, the girls got excited seeing Sanjay there. After this, Vivek dominated for many days.
Vivek made his debut in 2002 as a gangster in Ram Gopal Varma’s film company. Her acting skills were praised in the very first film. After this, Vivek showed different dimensions of his acting through romantic, action, drama, and comedy films. Saathiya, Yuva, Masti, Omkara are memorable films of Vivek. However, the films in which he played Gray Rolls were well received. Shootout at Lokhandwala directed by Sanjay Gupta was released on 25 May 2007.