New Delhi, March 21 -- Both, actor Vivek Oberoi and director Sanjay Gupta engaged in a war of not-so-kind words, much to the amusement of the industry colleagues and others, after Oberoi walked out of Gupta's film, Shootout at Wadala.
While the Grand Masti actor cited a non-meaty role as the reason, the Kaante director called him unprofessional and "a joke". In 2014, after almost a year, the two were seen hugging and making up at a wedding party.
On a recent visit to the Capital, the Krrish actor made it clear that there is no space for negativity in his life anymore. "I am a happy guy, I choose to be happy. I don't have time for any negativity and I don't like to be involved in any messy stuff," he said referring to the Sanjay Gupta episode.
The 37-year-old actor further added, "I am a simple guy. I like to be honest and straight up. And I believe in living my life with those values. There's so much happiness in my life right now that there is just no mindspace for negativity."
And then he got all excited when he was asked about his one-year old son. "It's an amazing feeling to be a father. It takes the intensity of emotions to a whole new level. His name is Vivaan Veer Oberoi, meaning warrior of light, someone who moves away from darkness and spreads happiness. I hope he lives up to his name. And I am missing him like crazy," said Vivek, who was in the city to promote an altruistic initiative SHE (Support Her Education) that aims at providing education to 100 underprivileged girls, adding,
"Now, I will rush up to my room and facetime with him. He'll be awake by now. My schedule works around his schedule."