The actor shot to fame in the state when he adopted an entire village affected by Tsunami. Off the late, the actor couldn"t make it big in B-town due to some constraints and is now getting on to strike with biggest scores over his career graph. Although, his previous Hindi film Kurbaan wasn"t a great hit, his performance was well lauded by film critics, which in turn offered him a new lease of life.
The actor has now got couple of big films – Prince and Rakta Charitra, which are expected to be a great milestone in his career. Well, the most highlighting factors about these films are that they"re getting released in Tamil with Vivek Oberoi dubbing with his voice. When Surya and Vikram are busy learning Hindi for their Bollywood debuts in Manirathnam"s Raavana and Ram Gopal Varma"s 'Rakta Charitra", Vivek Oberoi enjoys the privilege of being fluent with Tamil.
Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi is known of his great affinity for Tamil Nadu. Amidst of his busy schedules in Hindi films, the actor makes sure that he visits his grandparents in Chennai. In fact, the actor had earlier interacted with media channels in Tamil as he said; 'Naanum Tamizhkaarandha" (means 'I am a Tamilian").