Ab koi rok nahi sakta: Vivek Oberoi blows the conch in new PM Narendra Modi biopic poster

first_img India Today Web Desk New DelhiMay 20, 2019UPDATED: May 20, 2019 19:07 IST The new poster of film PM Narendra Modi is outVivek Oberoi is now waiting for his upcoming film PM Narendra Modi to release on May 24, a day after Lok Sabha poll results. Four days before the biopic on India’s prime minister hits the theatres, Vivek has shared a new poster on Twitter.On April 11, the Election Commission stalled the PM Narendra Modi biopic, citing model code of conduct. After a long fight, the makers of PM Narendra Modi biopic finally got a release date: May 24.Now, as the film is all set to hit the screens, Vivek took to Twitter to share a new poster of the film. “Aa rahe hain dobara PM Narendra Modi, Ab koi nahi rok sakta,” Vivek tweeted alongside the new poster…. #PMNarendraModi #DekhengeModiBiopic#[email protected] @OmungKumar @sandip_Ssingh @sureshoberoi @ModiTheFilm2019 @anandpandit63 @LegendStudios @AcharyaManish7 @tseries pic.twitter.com/rZ4Q0pqo7vVivek Anand Oberoi (@vivekoberoi) May 20, 2019Not only this, the caption on Vivek’s Twitter post read, “Bharat mein har kaam ki shuruwat, shankh baja kar ki jaati hai.” In the poster, the actor can be seen blowing a conch.Going by his post, Vivek Oberoi, who will be seen essaying the role of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the biopic, seems confident about who will win the 2019 elections.During the launch of the new poster with Union Minister Nitin Gadkari in Nagpur, the PM Narendra Modi actor said that he is very happy with the exit polls of the Lok Sabha elections 2019. He also said that there was no fear about the fact that the BJP will have less number of seats, as calculated by many.advertisement”Jab hum ground pe bhi is film ko shoot kar rahe thay, toh jo logon ka Modi ji ke prati pyaar hai, akarshan hai, wo nazar aa raha tha,” the actor said about his upcoming PM Narendra Modi biopic.Recalling an incident, Vivek Oberoi said, “Main Gandhinagar mein shooting kar raha tha. To jab mai Modi ji ki look pehen kar Mahatama Gandhi mandir mein aaya, logon ko laga asli Modi ji hain, to wo chillane lag gaye ‘Modi Modi’ (I remember I was shooting at Mahatma Gandhi Mandir in Gandhinagar, sporting the Modi look and people thought that I was the real Modi. They started shouting ‘Modi, Modi).”PM Narendra Modi biopic, which hits the screens on May 24, will clash with India’s Most Wanted which stars Arjun Kapoor in the leading role. When Arjun was asked whether the biopic will affect India’s Most Wanted’s box office business, he told IndiaToday.in that people first read reviews and then watch a film.”The films which release at the box office – be it English, Hindi or regional – they all tend to work because now, our audience is pretty intelligent, calm and sorted. Nobody runs to theatres on a Friday morning. You read reviews and speak to people. Then you watch the film,” the India’s Most Wanted actor told us.ALSO READ | Vivek Oberoi digs up Salman Khan and Aishwarya Rai affair to talk Exit Poll result. Internet rips him apartALSO READ | Arjun Kapoor on India’s Most Wanted vs PM Narendra Modi biopic: Clash jaisa kuch nahi hotaALSO WATCH | It is my Army, it is Modi’s Army: Vivek Oberoi ahead of Modi biopic releaseGet real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted bynisha Tags :Follow Vivek OberoiFollow PM ModiFollow Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Ab koi rok nahi sakta: Vivek Oberoi blows the conch in new PM Narendra Modi biopic posterVivek Oberoi took to Twitter to share the new poster of his upcoming film PM Narendra Modi. The biopic will clash with India’s Most Wanted at the box office on May 24.advertisementlast_img read more

Sport Management students work with Canoe Kayak Organizations to find solutions

A class of Sport Management students paired experiential learning with community outreach when they developed ways for two not-for-profit organizations to get grants and recruit volunteers.Since the start of the term, Sport Management 2P05 (Management Concepts in Sport Organizations) students have been actively working with CanoeKayak Canada – Western Ontario Division (CKC WOD) and the Ontario Canoe Kayak Sprint Racing Affiliation (OCSRA) to develop customized solutions and address management challenges.This class really opened student Mitch Johnson’s mind about a sector of the sport industry he didn’t see himself in before, he said.“Through hands-on and interactive situations, I believe the not-for-profit sector of the sport industry is an area I may pursue in the future,” he said.The goal for the semester was to develop seed grant applications for these organizations to submit to the Ontario Trillium Foundation and put together a volunteer recruitment plan for the upcoming 2017 Canoe Kayak Canada National Sprint Championship at the Welland International Flat-water Centre.The purpose of this partnership is for students to apply the concepts they are learning in class to an organization in the sport industry, said Sport Management Assistant Professor, Shannon Kerwin.“Providing students with the opportunity to work with a not for profit organization enables them to gain a better understanding of the concepts being taught in the course,” she said.Often not-for-profit organizations struggle with limited resources and large mandates to serve the community.The writing of grant proposals and volunteer recruitment plans are vital skills students will need in the future and this class was a great eye-opener for what the future holds, said Johnson.This reciprocal relationship allows CKC WOD and OCSRA to provide students with hands-on experiences and the students in return get to help to improve organizational capacity.The student groups worked closely with CKC WOD’s Board of Directors and OCSRA all semester. Ted Roworth, Paul Vincent and Ryan Blair, who were actively involved with the second-year students, helped shape the final projects submitted for course credit.Both Roworth and Vincent were at Brock recently to announce which student groups were most successful in each category.It’s important for sport organizations to engage and foster this type of relationship with sport management students, said CKC WOD Flag Officer Ted Roworth.“We will be able to take good ideas away with us and apply them to the 2017 CanoeKayak Canada Sprint National Championship and our ongoing operations,” he said.Emily Stratford, Mitch Johnson and Robert Koen won the grant writing component and Nick Barre, Jake Sparks and Daria Fedorowycz won for the most effective volunteer recruitment plan.When asked about the experience, Emily Stratford said: “Collaborating with these organizations enabled us to take the knowledge we learned in class and apply it to a grant proposal for a national sport organization. This was a great opportunity that I’m glad to have participated in.” read more