Vivek Oberoi, known for his roles in films such as "Company," "Saathiya," and "Omkara," has expressed confidence in his craft and a desire to collaborate with individuals who value his contributions. The actor, set to appear in Rohit Shetty's streaming debut, "The Indian Police Force," emphasized that he chooses projects that challenge him and is not dependent on acting for financial reasons.
Oberoi acknowledged the frustration of waiting for good projects but highlighted the importance of being valued and respected in the industry. He shared his preference for meaningful work over networking and lobbying, citing his commitment to authenticity in his artistic pursuits.
The actor, who plays the role of a cop named Vikram Bakshi in Shetty's series, praised the director for writing the character with him in mind. Describing the character as aggressive, passionate, and caring, Oberoi expressed his appreciation for the praise received from Shetty and the motivation it provided to give his best performance.
"The Indian Police Force," described as an ode to the police force, has started streaming on Prime Video. Oberoi's approach to his craft and his focus on meaningful collaborations highlight his dedication to the art of acting.
(With Agency Inputs)