Actor Vivek Oberoi recently met cricketers Cheteshwar Pujara and Jasprit Bumrah at Dubai Airport and shared a snapshot of the reunion with his fans.
“Breakfast with the champions! What an absolute pleasure to hang out and chat with @ jaspritb1 and @cheteshwar_pujara at #dubaiairport, so good to hear about your experiences at the historic test in person! May you continue to make the nation proud! Vivek captioned the photo.
Team India’s monumental victory in the fourth test against Australia in Brisbane won hearts around the world. With the mainstays of the team out of action, mainly due to injuries, it was up to one of Greenhorn’s main teams led by Ajinkya Rahane to secure the victory.
While Pujara was on the fourth test team, Bumrah was among the stars who were taken out of action due to injury.
Vivek met the cricketers with Nitin Patel, physiotherapist for the Indian cricket team.
The actor is currently working on his production projects, “Rosie: Saffron Chapter” and “Iti: Can You Solve your Own Murder”.
Vivek Anand Oberoi stepped into the past on Sunday and tweeted his family photo. As a child he used to find the happiest place sitting on his father and actor Suresh Oberoi’s lap.
The black and white photo shows him with his parents and sister.
“Sitting on daddy’s lap – the happiest place in the world. Sharing the frame, these are the two most beautiful women who are my source of inspiration and unwavering strength! Love you all on the moon and back!
Koi lauta de mujhe bachpan ke din!
#Throwback, ”Vivek tweeted.
On the job side, Vivek last starred in the 2019 movie “PM Narendra Modi”.
He will be seen in the horror film “Rosie: The Saffron Chapter”, which is said to be based on real events in Gurugram. He also has a whodunit thriller “Iti: Can You Solve Your Own Murder?” in her pussy.
Meanwhile, Saathiya, led by Shaad Ali, was released 18 years ago that day. Actor Vivek Oberoi says the film is still relevant today and is close to his heart.
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