Vivek Oberoi has found himself in a controversy after he tweeted a meme on the exit polls, featuring Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's former relationships with Salman Khan and himself, along with her current family with Abhishek Bachchan and Aaradhya Bachchan. The tweet did not go down well with the netizens as well as a number of celebs and notable dignitories, who asked the PM Narendra Modi biopic actor to apologise for his tweet.
In his recent interaction with ANI, Vivek Oberoi not just refused to apologise for his tweet, but also reacted to Sonam Kapoor's comment to his tweet. Sonam had called his tweet "disgusting and classless". Vivek went on to say that sometimes people say certain things on social media just to project themselves as being 'cool'. He also advised Sonam to overact less in her movies and overreact less on social media.
Vivek Oberoi, who has landed himself in a controversy after sharing a meme on exit poll that featured Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and referred to her relationships with Salman Khan, himself and marriage with Abhishek Bachchan as 'Opinion Poll, 'Exit Poll' and 'Result' respectively. While the netizens bashed him left, right and centre on Twitter, the actor also came in hot waters with the National Commission of Women (NCW), for the 'crass' remark. Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor was among the first ones from the industry to react to Vivek Oberoi's tweet and had called it "disgusting and classless."
While interacting with ANI, when Vivek Oberoi was asked to comment on Sonam's reaction, Vivek said that Sonam should overact a little less in her films and overreact a little less on social media. "I personally feel that she should less overact in her films and should not overreact on social media. Sometimes people do such things to look cool. I want to ask Sonam how much she has worked on women empowerment," said Vivek Oberoi.