John Abraham says he’s never been fond of parties. Rarely spotted at public events, except those involving movie promotions, the actor would rather stay at home or go for bike rides late in the night. And although his latest production, Madras Cafe, has received a good response at the box office, the actor admits he will not celebrate it with a success bash.
John Abraham and Nargis Fakhri star in Shoojit Sircaar's Madras Cafe. The film journeys with John (Indian intelligence agent ) into a war torn coastal island to break a resolute rebel group, only to discover a deeper conspiracies. Browse through the stills.
“As a policy, I don’t host parties. I don’t believe in having a success bash for my films. And seriously, when was the last time I attended any party? I rarely ever step out for such affairs. It’s not my thing.” The actor goes on to add, “For me, throwing a success bash is as embarrassing as dancing at weddings. That’s what I feel, and that’s why I don’t wish to do it.”
John will soon be shooting for his production and director Nishikant Kamat’s next, which is a remake of the 2010 South Korean film, The Man From Nowhere. Towards the end of the year, he will be shooting for Dostana 2, a sequel to his 2008 hit.
In 2015, the actor will be busy with Mumbai Saga, a film which will feature the cast of Shootout At Wadala, including actors Anil Kapoor, Sony Sood, Manoj Bajpai, Kangana Ranaut and Tusshar Kapoor.