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Vivek Oberoi Celebrates Army Day By Sharing A Teaser Of His Upcoming Short Film Verses of War

On Army Day, Vivek Oberoi Shares Teaser Of Upcoming Short Film Verses Of War
Vivek Oberoi Pays Tribute To Soldiers This Army Day, Shares A Teaser Of His Upcoming Short Film Verses of War (Photo Credit: Instagram)

On the occasion of Army Day, Bollywood actor Vivek Anand Oberoi paid tribute to the soldiers who dedicated their lives to the nation. Sharing a teaser from his upcoming short film ‘Verses of War’ on his social media handle, he said: “A poetic tribute to the Indian Army on the Indian Army Day. Presenting the teaser of ‘Verses of War’. Releasing this Republic Day exclusively on #FilmsByFnPmedia #indianarmyday #indianarmy #jaihind”

Oberoi, who plays an Indian soldier, and Rohit Roy, essaying the character of a Pakistani army officer, will be seen together in a film after 15 years. The short film, which is being released on the FNP Media YouTube channel, is directed by Prasad Kadam.

Talking about the film, Vivek Oberoi said ‘Verses of War’ “salutes those brave and selfless soldiers who keep us safe”. He added: “We should never forget the countless heroes who have sacrificed their lives for one breath of our peace.”

Check out Vivek Oberoi’s post here:

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