Vivek Oberoi opens up on his infamous fight with Salman Khan

Actor Vivek Oberoi who had been promoting his movie ‘Bank Chor’ with Riteish Deshmukh has had to answer questions over his infamous fight with Salman Khan which happened in 2003. Wherever he goes, he is asked something related to the fight and we must say that Vivek has handled these questions with utmost calmness. So, in a recent interview, the actor opened up on the argument that he had with Salman back then. Well this time, he didn’t go back in rewind mode or remind us of the scenario but, he just narrated as to how he has learnt to deal with it in a peaceful manner.

Speaking with a leading daily, the actor said, “Such questions don’t bother me now and I don’t let it affect me at all in any way. You have to be able to laugh at life, and at yourself. If you take life too seriously, there is nothing more disastrous.” The actor who saw a rough phase in his personal and professional life post the fight, is now at peace on both the fronts. He adds, “I don’t believe in analytics. I believe in real life and making choices every day and if I start to spend time analysing my choices, I can’t live peacefully. Success or failure is very relative. I believe that if I had failed post ‘Shootout’…, I wouldn’t have been around and done films such as ‘Krrish 3‘ and ‘Grand Masti‘ .” (Also Read: Want to know what would Vivek Oberoi like to rob from Salman Khan? Find out here)

On a parting note he says, “As long as my phone keeps ringing and people keep saying that ‘Hey, I want to cast you in a role’ I am successful.”