To a specific query if he wanted to join politics, Vivek told IANS: "No".
Says Kishan Damani a leading film distributor of Bihar, "People have seen more than enough of the Prime Minister during the elections on every medium possible".
Besides Goel, among other BJP leaders in attendance were Rajya Sabha MP Vinay Sahasrabuddhe, party's national vice-president Shyam Jaju, BJP leader Virendra Sachdeva, and Mayor North Delhi Corporation Avatar Singh. The movie, originally scheduled to be released on April 5, had created a furore as it clashed with the poll dates.
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Talking about the same, director Omang Kumar said, "We finished filming the biopic in just 38 days and the Election Commission (EC) delayed us by 40 days to release it".
The film will release on May 24 in 23 different languages.
Actor Vivek Oberoi on Monday said India has changed a lot in the last five years and now a person will be known by his work rather than the family legacy.
"PM Narendra Modi" was called a "propaganda film", and several political parties sought a ban on the biopic's release till the Lok Sabha polls got over. The actor had earlier said that he is a fan of Modi and his work for the country.