After Vivek Oberoi's break-up with Aishwarya Rai, his good friend Kareena Kapoor used to pressurise him to get married; read details
We all know the infamous press conference where Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi accused Salman Khan of calling him 41 times abusing him and threatening to kill him over his closeness with Aishwarya Rai.
That move of Vivek cost him his career in Bollywood despite him apologising to Salman several times. And Aishwarya left him because of the embarrassment caused then.
After Vivek's break-up with Aishwarya, he stayed single for a long time. In an interview with an entertainment portal, he spoke about how he came out of that phase and revealed how his good friend Kareena Kapoor used to pressurise him to get married.
Vivek said, "The pressure of getting married is on, not only from my family but from even Bebo (Kareena's pet name). Every time we go out for dinner, she would shake her head and tell me - 'find a nice girl and settle down' and I would hide behind Saif to dodge the bullet. We had some great laughs.''
After the heartbreak, Vivek wanted to find a girl who will never leave him, "I'm single because I am waiting to find the girl who will make me want to never be single again."
Aishwarya Rai's husband Abhishek Bachchan recently attended the felicitation event of badminton champion PV Sindhu along with dad Amitabh Bachchan. In the event, Abhishek met Vivek and was seen hugging him while having a chat.
Now, a video from the event is going viral, where Abhishek and Vivek can be seen greeting not just each other, but their families as well, with open arms and wide smiles. Later, news came in that Aishwarya Rai was upset post the event. According to reports, 45-year-old Aishwarya Rai was not impressed with Abhishek-Vivek's 'over-friendly' hug in public. A source close to the couple said, "Aishwarya did not appreciate Abhishek's diplomatic hug. She wanted to know why Abhishek had to be so warm to Vivek Oberoi when he could have just said a polite hello and moved on!"
Last Updated 11:43 AM IST