Vivek Oberoi has a 'kismet connection' with Sanjay Dutt

  • IANS, New Delhi
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  • Updated: Feb 24, 2013 00:21 IST
  • Arshad Warsi

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    Vivek Oberoi and Charmee Kaur in a still from Zila Ghaziabad that releases today.

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Actor Vivek Oberoi, who worked with Sanjay Dutt in Shootout at Lokhandwala, and now in in Zila Ghaziabad, says he has some kismet connection with Dutt.

“It was fun working with Baba bhai (Sanjay Dutt). We have some kismet connection as whenever we do a film together it is a blockbuster. I pray this film too, is a blockbuster,” says the 36-year-old, who recalls how Dutt always pushed him to start a family.

“He used to tell me to start a family. And, when I became a dad, I first called him up and told him about it,” says Oberoi.

 

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