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HindustanTimes Sun,20 Apr 2014
John Abraham

John Abraham shares his vanity van with co-actors

John Abraham is one of the few Bollywood actors who are known for their kind personalities. Recently, the actor went out of his way to ensure that his co-actors did not have to face any inconvenience
(Standing) Producer Ronnie Lahiri and scriptwriter Juhi Chaturvedi; (sitting)

Pet project

Celebrities pose for a special calendar that endorses the adoption of stray animals
Hamara Bajaj

John Abraham likes being approachable

The actor says that he doesn’t find anything strange about stepping out without his security guards. He says, “It’s alright. It’s my way of telling people that I’m approachable and I have no problem with it all.”
(Standing) Producer Ronnie Lahiri and scriptwriter Juhi Chaturvedi; (sitting)

John Abraham’s 3 crore song

John Abraham’s entry in Anees Bazmee’s next 'Welcome Back' is an expensive affair. The song that will introduce the actor in the comedy has cost a bomb to the team, reportedly.
John Abraham

Police 'zero in' on John Abraham's stalker

It has been four days since actor John Abraham complained to the Bandra police about an unidentified caller who has been harassing him for a month but the police are yet to make any breakthrough in the case.
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First look: John Abraham in Welcome Back

Feroz Nadiadwala spends Rs 3 crore on a shoot a song that introduces John Abraham's character in the sequel to the 2007 Akshay Kumar-starrer. Actors Shruti Haasan, Anil Kapoor, Nana Patekar and Paresh Rawal will also be seen in pivotal roles in the film.
John Abraham

John Abraham's trainer for Ayushmann Khurrana

John Abraham’s fondness for Ayushmann Khurrana, whom he launched last year in his home production, Vicky Donor, only gets deeper by the day. The latest we have heard it that John asked his personal trainer, Vinod Channa, to help the young actor develop six packs for his next, Bewakoofian, produced by Yash Raj Films.
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John's Welcome Back look close to Aamir's in Rangeela

Actor John Abraham says his 'tapori' look in Welcome Back resembles Aamir Khan's look from the 1995 film Rangeela.
(Standing) Producer Ronnie Lahiri and scriptwriter Juhi Chaturvedi; (sitting)

John Abraham to produce a sports film

Post the success of his two home production films Vicky Donor and Madras Cafe, the actor says his next film would be even better. Abraham adds the film is not a biopic but would be amazing, adventurous and commercial.

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John Abraham restrained from using Hamara Bajaj as movie title

Bajaj Auto Ltd approached Bombay high court against JA Entertainment Pvt Ltd after it learnt that John Abraham had proposed to use the popular tagline associated with the auto firm as the title of his next film.
Model turned actor John Abraham made a successful Bollywood debut opposite Bipasha Basu in Jism (2003). He then featured in films like paranormal thriller Saaya (2003), Pooja Bhatt's directorial debut Paap (2004) and Ahmed Khan's Lakeer - Forbidden Lines (2004).

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