Vivek Oberoi says ‘Bank Chor’ Has A Strong Middle Class Connection

Actor Vivek Oberoi who was last seen in ‘Great Grand Masti’ is ready to perform a role of strict police officer in his upcoming ‘Bank Chor’. And the actor says that the movie will connect easily with the middle-class audience. “The film is very rich in middle-class humour. People will instantly connect with it. In a scene, one of the thieves says he is robbing the bank because he needs money for his mother's medical treatment, with the violin in the background score. It is not something larger than life heist movies. It is very quirky and vulnerable film,” Vivek said. Vivek also shared that the movie will see Ritesh Deshmukh as the mastermind of the robbers, who employs two guys from Delhi, Vikram Thapa and Bhuvan Arora, to carry out the robbery. Recently, we saw the trailer of the movie which was funny in every sense. Vivek looked total badass and Ritesh, with his comic timing impressed everyone. Now, we have to see whether ‘Bank Chor’ will be worth watching or it will be just another movie which came in 2017. Vivek Oberoi is struggling to get back on the track. A decade ago Vivek was one of the most talked actors in Bollywood, but now he is just another name in the Industry. In his career, he has done some good performances in films like ‘Company’, ‘Saathiya’ and ‘Shootout At Lokhandwala’. ‘Bank Chor’ will release on 16th June and cast Vivek Oberoi and Ritesh Deshmukh in the lead role. You May Also Like Vivek Oberoi Upcoming Movies Ritesh Deshmukh Upcoming Movies Box Office Collection Upcoming Movies List