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.advertisement
zoom The Port of New Orleans’ Napoleon Avenue Container Terminal handled 490,526 TEUs in 2014, an 8.8% increase compared to 2013, and a new record for the U.S. port.The port says that the increase is due to the addition of new shipping services and an uptick in the national economy.The port welcomed a new weekly European service from French container carrier CMA CGM February 2 with the arrival of the CMA CGM Jamaica.In addition, Chiquita Brands International, along with their sailing partner Mediterranean Shipping Company, began weekly service to the Port in October, after relocating its shipping operations to New Orleans after a 40-year hiatus.New Orleans Terminal and Ports America jointly operate the container terminal – with New Orleans Terminal handling the new Chiquita cargo and Ports America handling the CMA CGM service.“Strong export markets, primarily for chemical and agriculture products, together with new inbound customers such as Chiquita contributed to record container volumes,” said Port President and CEO Gary LaGrange. “New services in 2015, such as the recently announced CMA CGM weekly European service, and a full year of Chiquita cargo could translate into robust results again in 2015.”The new services join existing customers MSC, Hapag-Lloyd, Maersk, Seaboard Marine, CSAV, Zim, NYK, Orient Overseas Container Line, American President Line, Hyundai and MOL offering regular container services at the terminal. In an effort to attract new container services, the Port’s Board of Commissioners recently approved a new incentive dockage rate for a new service’s first 20 vessel calls.