“In this second wave of Covid, we all see what the world is now going through. We are trying to reach as many people as possible with the I Am Oxygen Man initiative.
We already run a 200-bed free Covid hospital in Delhi, which over the past few weeks alone saved over a thousand lives.
As a nation, our goal must be to prepare India for Covid’s third wave, “According to the actor. He added that: “Any little thing that I could contribute to this noble cause from my end, I gave it.
The donations are performed by Dr. Vivek Bindra and his team. Many of my industry friends came and committed themselves.
If we stand together and help each other, we’ll definitely be a far stronger nation out of it.”
In addition to the I Am Oxygen Man initiative, Vivek sponsored free cardiac surgery for children with disadvantages. The actor also worked with the Aid Association for Cancer Patients to feed 3,000 underprivileged children who fight cancer.
Oberoi played a role in the Kurbaan film in 2009. Despite initial successful box office, he appeared in 2010 in Prince, which received no positive response from the audience.
In the same year, he appeared as Telugu politician Paritala Ravi in Ram Gopal Varma’s Rakht Charitra. In October 2012, Vivek Oberoi’s film Kismat Love Paisa Dilli, a failure of the box office, did not captivate the audience.
In 2011 Vivek made a movie called Watch Indian Circus. The film was screened during 16th Busan Film Festival and won 3000 films worldwide Audience Choice of Best Film, including 380 films.
This is the first Indian film to receive the award in 16 years of Busan history. International critics and Hollywood reporters, Variety and Screen International have already given the film a lot of insight.
In the Hindi version of The Amazing Spider-Man 2, released in Mai 2014, Oberoi dubbed the voice of Electro.
During the 2019 debut of Prithviraj Sukumaran in Malayalam, Oberoi debuted with Mohanlal in his principal antagonist Bobby, Lucifer, in which the critic and audience were well received as villain.