Vivek Oberoi is set to play a pivotal role in Rohit Shetty’s web series, ‘Indian Police Force.’ The actor recently shared praise for Ranbir Kapoor and discussed his behaviour at the success bash for ‘Animal.’
In an interview with Mirchi Plus, Vivek said that he watched Ranbir’s performance in ‘Animal’ and wondered whether he was the same person who acted in ‘Brahmastra’. Furtjer Vivek praised Ranbir even more. He said RK played so many varied roles and is a person who is unbelievably brilliant. When Vivek met him at the success bash, he hugged him and said, ‘I love you, man. What an actor you are.’ Vivek thinks he is one of the finest of the generations. He is also a bindass; he is like him. He is not insecure.
Oberoi recalled how he was standing with his dad, Suresh Oberoi, when suddenly Ranbir came up to them and said, “Sir,” and gave him a big hug. Vivek further lauded his generosity by stating that, without waiting for people to come to him, he just went to them and approached them without any hesitation. Vivek also admitted that Ranbir has talent and is humble. He will sit on the floor and doesn’t care what people think. He is just working.
‘Indian Police Force’ marks director Rohit Shetty’s digital debut. The show also stars Sidharth Malhotra and Shilpa Shetty in pivotal roles. It will be released on OTT on January 19th.

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