Vivek Oberoi gets trolled mercilessly after announcing Abhinandan film
Vivek Oberoi was trolled mercilessly by Pakistanis on Twitter after he announced that he would be backing a film on Indian pilot Abhinandan Varthaman, on Friday.
Everyone knew it was a matter of time before Bollywood grasped the chance to make a movie on Abhinandan Varthaman.
Vivek Oberoi has done that, exactly. The actor, who played Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a biopic earlier this year, has decided to back a film on the pilot.
The actor tweeted that he was ‘humbled’ to win the rights of the movie. Obviously, was trolled mercilessly by Pakistanis on Twitter.
— Vivek Anand Oberoi (@vivekoberoi) August 23, 2019
— Waheed Ahmed (@Wh33d1) August 23, 2019
Hahahahahaha in k yahan aesy hero hoty hain 😆😆
— Faiza khan (Afridian) (@Faizikhan17) August 23, 2019
— Shahbaz Ahmed (@ShahbazPti636) August 23, 2019
— Arslan Yasin Hussaini 🇵🇰 (@A_Y_Hussaini) August 23, 2019
The tea was fantastic line zaroor dalna lol. These people are this dumb I can’t believe. We all knew when this happens someone will come to make this film in bolly you guys are all predictable. Also show how trees were destroyed in that strike and how your hero was beaten up 😂
— maha (@ItsMahah) August 23, 2019
Well Deserved Nomianation
Here is proof 👇👇
— Asad Rauf 🇵🇰 (@AsadSher01) August 23, 2019
— Ramzan 🇵🇰 (@ramzukhan) August 23, 2019
I dont understand what would be the honour in represting a person who lost his plane got beaten by locals resuced by pak forces and then returned back as a peace gesture…you make movies to make people believe in the shit GOI saya
— Sayyam (@Sayyam20373921) August 23, 2019
Abhinandan’s MiG-21 Bison aircraft was shot down by a Pakistani fighter jet on February 27, 2019 when IAF jets intruded into Pakistani airspace for the second time in two days.
He was returned by Pakistan to India after being held captive for a little more than two days. Prime Minister Imran Khan announced his release during a joint session of the parliament, saying that it was a ‘peace gesture’ towards India.