‘Bank Chor’ was ‘different dynamic’ for Vivek Oberoi

Mumbai: Riteish Deshmukh and Vivek Oberoi’s friendship have always been the talk of the town since 2004, when they came together with comedy film ‘ Masti.’

Now, after 13 years, they are coming up with ‘Bank Chor,’ where the friends with be playing police ( Vivek Oberoi) and thief ( Riteish Deshmukh).

During an exclusive interview with ANI, when the actors were asked about the same, the ‘ Krrish 3’ actor said, chasing a friend (Riteish) in the film was fun, in a different dynamic.

“It was fun as normally, when we do a film, we remain on the same side and face the same thing. This time, I got the chance to be the police and chasing him (Riteish, who plays thief). It was a different dynamic. Shooting was fun. We enjoy working with each other. He is a family. I love working with him, both as colleague and a friend.”

When the actors were further asked, whether they had any experience of stealing, the ‘Banjo’ actor said that he did it once when she was 10, but Vivek does it now.

“I did it once at the age of 10 and felt extremely guilty about it. But Vivek has turned into a thief after becoming a father. He steals the chocolates that his children keep. He wakes up at night and eats them,” Riteish said.

‘ Bank Chor,’ directed by Bumpy, also stars ‘Mere Dad Ki Maruti’ actress Rhea Chakraborty. The film is set to release on June 16. (ANI)