Filmmaker Sanjay Gupta gave it again to a netizen who tried trolling Vivek Oberoi by alleging the actor owed his profession to nepotism. On Saturday, Vivek took to social media to thank Gupta for his gesture.
“Vivek Oberoi is a nepotism born,” the consumer wrote.
To this, Gupta wrote: “What absolute nonsense. Do you have any idea what all he did to bag Ramu’s COMPANY? His Dad had no role to play in it. And his performance… definitely one of the best debuts of all time.”
Gupta was referring to Vivek’s debut act in Ram Gopal Varma’s 2002 gangster drama Company. Vivek’s function because the budding gangster Chandrakant Nagre gained viewers applause in addition to important acclaim.
On Gupta’s retort to the troll, Vivek thanked him, saying: “Thank you Gups for standing up for the truth. Many of us chose the harder path and believed in sheer talent and merit. It feels unfair when people make uninformed comments like this, one such comment can brush away years of struggle and perseverance.”
Thank you Gups for standing up for the reality. Many of us selected the tougher path and believed in sheer expertise and benefit. It feels unfair when folks make uninformed feedback like this, one such remark can brush away years of battle and perseverance. https://t.co/DxCZrd5oJi
— Vivek Anand Oberoi (@vivekoberoi) July 4, 2020
Vivek Oberoi labored in Sanjay Gupta’s 2007 manufacturing, Shootout At Lokhandwala.