John Abraham has ventured in several fields to earn commercial benefits.
John Abraham has acted, and also produced films. While Vicky Donor gave us the multi-talented Ayushmann Khurrana, John's next home production Madras Cafe, a political thriller, has all hopes pinned on it. We have also seen him in TV commercials.
Now, will the actor soon show us the moves at a wedding? Not at all, reports an English daily.
"I believe that actors are brands. I am a marketing person and I enjoy my space and I love to endorse brands that I endorse. Par main shaadi mein kya, birthday party mein bhi nahi nachunga! My profession is sacred to me. This is my religion and I would not do things which destroy my identity", John told the daily.
John Abraham is currently visiting various towns and cities to promote his upcoming film Shootout At Wadala. He has essayed the role of Mumbai gangster Manya Surve in the film.
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John Abraham fills in for Kangana Ranaut
John Abraham and Kangna Ranaut look a nice and fresh pair in Shootout At Wadala.
Usually, it’s the entire star cast that goes to various cities and attends multiple events to promote their upcoming film, but for Shootout At Wadala (SAW), John Abraham has mostly been flying solo. And while he’s at it, the actor, ever the ladies’ man, has been taking up for co-star Kangana Ranaut, who is busy shooting for another film in Wai.
A source says, “Always one to take a back seat, John constantly praises Kangana, calling her a nice human being and one of his finest co-stars. During city tours, interviews and conversations with fans and the media, he’s been talking about her role as well as her professionalism and acting skills. He makes it a point to mention her whenever he can and even keeps her posted about the marketing and promotion of the film.” READ ON
John Abraham signs Welcome Back
John Abraham has replaced Akshay Kumar in Welcome Back, a sequel to Welcome, and says that the Bollywood Khiladi is happiest for him. In the 2007 hit comedy Welcome, Akshay played the main lead. "Akshay is like my elder brother. Whatever I do, I always have a lot of discussions, especially with him. Akshay is happiest for me when I told him that I am doing Welcome Back. He said it's a very good film and you should do it," the 40-year-old said here Tuesday on the sets of TV show Bade Acche Lagte Hain where he was promoting his film Shootout at Wadala."
"It's an outstanding script, kids will love it and I am looking forward to doing it," he added.
John has reportedly charged Rs.15 crore for Welcome Back, but did not confirm the news. FULL COVERAGE
Sunny Leone dragged into rape debate, defended by John Abraham
Indo-Canadian porn star Sunny Leone has happily reinvented herself as a Bollywood actress. While her past pursuits have been no barrier, being linked to India's rape crisis represents a new challenge. The 31-year-old became one of the most searched names on the Internet in India when she arrived in 2011 to appear in a reality TV series and has since taken several raunchy roles in mainstream movies.
As India casts around for reasons to explain a series of horrifying sex crimes, the latest being the kidnap and brutal rape of a five-year-old girl, pornography is under scrutiny and has led some to call for Leone to be jailed. COMPLETE STORY
John Abraham felt he can't play Manya Surve
Actor-producer John Abraham initially doubted his ability to portray gangster Manya Surve in Shootout At Wadala. "When I first read the script, I said it's not possible for me to do the film. The image that people had about John Abraham, John also had the same perception about himself. So I said John Abraham cannot play Manya Surve," the 40-year-old said here in an interview.
However, later he took it up as a challenge. "I was very worried, scared, stressed but I said it was a make-or-break situation for me in my life. If I can play Manya Surve, I will change my image as an actor and I decided to do it. I decided to take up this role and I did it," said the actor seen in films like Dhoom, Water and Force. CONTINUE READING