The biopic depicts Modi's journey from his humble beginnings to his years as a Chief Minister and finally his landmark election as the Prime Minister of the country.
The actor who is blessed with a daughter Ameyaa described celebrating the festival which is marked by the installation of Ganesh deities and observing rituals.
The actor said that his relationship with Jaitley went beyond the political scenario and narrated an incident when he was asked to campaign for the late leader in Amritsar in 2014.
Other than Bollywood celebrities, leaders and representatives of eight countries, including Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena and Bangladeshi President Abdul Hamid, will be seen participating in the swearing-in ceremony here.
The film 'PM Narendra Modi' was among the most anticipated movies after Modi achieved a resounding victory in Lok Sabha elections. Helmed by Omung Kumar, the film starring Vivek Oberoi is based on the life of the incumbent Prime Minister.
Sonam Kapoor slammed him saying that it was "disgusting and classless". Urmila Matondkar lashed out saying that he should remove the tweet, if not apologise to Aishwarya and her daughter Aaradhya.
Vivek tweeted a collage of three images featuring him, Aishwarya, Salman Khan, Abhishek Bachchan, and Aishwarya's seven-year-old daughter Aaradhya.
Union Minister Nitin Gadkari feels that the biopic will leave a positive impact on the youth of the country and praised the biopic's producer Sandeep Singh.
The Supreme Court on Monday said it cannot pass an order at this stage on a plea seeking a stay on the release of a biopic on PM Narendra Modi as the Censor Board was yet to certify the film.
Vivek said, "Such big lawyers like Abhishek Manu Singhvi is wasting so much of time on a small film. We are filmmakers, we are not used to these courts and like you have Freedom of Expression, we as filmmakers have the freedom to make films on any subject and release anytime."