15 years of Omkara: Vivek Oberoi reveals he wanted Langda Tyagi's role but was told he looked too young
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India, July 28 -- Be it playing the leading man, or a supporting character, actor Vivek Anand Oberoi doesn't believe in the length of a role. And that clearly shows in his filmography. While there was a Company, where he led the show in his debut, there was also Omkara, a film which completes 15 years of its release today.
The actor believes in a quote he had read while he was in film school. "I've never been that actor who says, 'Achha mera kya hai isme'. For me, more than perception and how it looks like on a poster, I'm more about the content. I had read a quote, 'There are no small roles, only small actors', and that stuck. If I hadn't played the role of Keshav Upadhyay, I'd have felt like I missed something," says the 44-year-old.
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