"I am hopeful that BJP will win as everybody wants change. I have been campaigning for them....I can see there is a Narendra Modi wave everywhere," Vivek Oberoi said.
"It seems everyone is excited about this election and are taking it seriously as they are expecting change...they want commitment," he said.
Vivek Oberoi thinks people are disappointed and fed up.
"People are fed up of corruption and the increasing prices. They want good health-care, good roads, development and growth."
The actor has campaigned for BJP in the Naxal-affected Gadchiroli district of Maharashtra, Ghaziabad and also frequented Bangalore to help his mother-in-law Nandini Alva who is Janata Dal Secular candidate from Bangalore Central.
"I don't have any political aspirations or ambition. I have been offered a ticket but I am happy being in films," he said.