Vivek Oberoi sure had a rough stretch in Bollywood. Yet he did manage to deliver us masterpieces like Sathiya. Shootout At Lokhandwala was one among the best sequences we have seen in Bollywood. With performances filled with Masti, his career diminished.

Being a star kid didn’t help him rising from the downfall. The struggles took a huge leap after meddling with Salman Khan. Bringing back the memories of Vivek’s infamous press conference where he claimed to be threatened by Bhai. Furthermore, Salman called him 41 times in the night to abuse?

Years after the incident, Vivek opens about the dusted topic in an interview. In addition to the fifteen years he has given to the industry. Describing the challenges he had to face because of going against Salman Khan. Salman Khan is the heartthrob of Bollywood.

Due to the controversies created by Vivek regarding Salman and Aishwarya, Aishwarya left him. She hasn’t come in the forefront to comment on it.

Rewinding how the controversy took a toll on Vivek’s career

Vivek believed it was a fatwa on him. The powers of industry were against him. Though it is believed by an acquaintance of Vivek if Salman had really blacklisted him out of the industry, then Ranbir Kapoor and John Abraham wouldn’t get work too. As Salman didn’t get along with them.

The professional drama affected his personal life

Vivek said, ” When my personal life got messed up, I couldn’t keep my eye on the ball.”

Vivek had to sit at home for about a year even after giving his in 2007. The hit movie was none other than Shootout At Lokhandwala.

Consequently, the downfall of his career can’t be entirely the result of the controversy. Perhaps he had made mistakes in signing movies. According to an industry insider, Vivek had back to back 9 flops.

Regardless of his past flops, Vivek has now given a power pact performance n a Tamil movie ‘Vivegam’. Prominently it could mean his comeback soon in Bollywood industry.

Watch the press conference held regarding the threat:

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