Vivek Oberoi is now Viveik Oberoi


Vivek Oberoi the famous Indian film actor has changed the name of his spelling from ‘Vivek’ to ‘Viveik’. As his film career is passing through a rough phase owing to continuous stint of flop movies, it is hoped that this change in his name will provide him the much needed hit at box office.

Let’s analyze Vivek’s name

The compound Number that emerge from adding alphabets of Vivek Oberoi  is 44.

As already described here the ’44’ is a very unfortunate number.

44 has the same meaning as 26 who explanation is :

 “This is one of the unluckiest numbers. It indicates gravest warnings for the future and foreshadows disasters brought about by association with others; ruin by bad speculations, by partnerships, unions, and bad advice. If it comes out in connection with future events one should carefully consider the path one is treading.”

Clearly an unlucky number for Vivek.

Now let’s see  the compound Number from Viveik Oberoi which is ’45’ (Adding an extra ‘i’ increment the number by ‘1’. Thus the total comes as 45.

45 has the same meaning as 27 whose meaning is

 ” A lucky number number promising authority, power, and command. It indicates that reward will come from the productive intellect. In simple words, persons with this” compound” number at their back should carry out their own ideas and plans.”

Indeed a right move by Vivek (Viveik) Oberoi.

You can also verify the luckiness of your name and make it more fortunate for free by visiting the ‘Name Numerology’ section of our website.

Here is a little biography of Viveik

Vivek Oberoi or Viveik Oberoi, (born September 3, 1975 in Hyderabad, India), is a Bollywood film actor. He is the son of actor Suresh Oberoi

Early life

Viveik Oberoi was born in Mumbai and attended Mayo college in Ajmer. At an actors’ workshop in London he was spotted by the director of NYU, who took Oberoi to New York City to complete his Masters Degree in film acting. He then did some scriptwriting before making a break in films.

Oberoi made his debut in Ram Gopal Varma’s Company. The film was a critically acclaimed hit and his performance was applauded. He received Filmfare Awards in the Best Debut as well as the Best Supporting Actor category. He then starred in the action films, Road and Dum, in which his performance was appreciated.

His next film was with Yash Raj Films titled Saathiya and directed by Shaad Ali. The film was critically and commercially successful and he also received Best Actor nominations at various award functions. This was his first romantic film. He was also a part of Mani Ratnam’s stage show, Netru, Indru, Naalai. The comic film “Masti” was also successful and so was “Kaal”, which was a suspense thriller.

Personal life
Oberoi dated actress Aishwarya Rai, but have recently broken up. Now, he is putting all of his focus onto his career and has an impressive line up of movies for 2006.

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