Vivek Oberoi
GLOBAL MOVIE MAGAZINE|February 2021
The stardom I have been blessed with must have a greater purpose and not just be about personal vanity

Actor Vivek Anand Oberoi believes in using his celebrity status for something more than just basking in adulation, and earn money. And that’s why he came forward during the Covid-19 pandemic to help people who were affected the most by the crisis.

To start with, even as the Covid positive cases continue to rise, the showbiz industry is back to work, for the sake of those daily wage workers primarily. Oberoi reveals that in such a catch-22 situation, his company served around 7,500 daily wage worker families goods and essentials.

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