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Force 2: John Abraham arranges private show for in-laws in McLeodganj

Bollywood actor John Abraham has arranged for private screening of his upcoming movie Force-2 for his in-laws in Dharamshala. Force 2, which opens in cinemas this Friday, has John and Sonakshi Sinha in lead roles. The movie will have its first private in Dharamshala besides Mumbai.

bollywood Updated: Nov 17, 2016 16:57 IST
Naresh K Thakur
John is married to Priya Runchal, an NRI financial analyst and investment banker native to McLeodganj in Dharamshala.
John is married to Priya Runchal, an NRI financial analyst and investment banker native to McLeodganj in Dharamshala.

Bollywood actor John Abraham has arranged for private screening of his upcoming movie Force-2 for his in-laws in Dharamshala. Force 2, which opens in cinemas this Friday, has John and Sonakshi Sinha in lead roles. The movie will have its first private in Dharamshala besides Mumbai.

John is married to Priya Runchal, an NRI financial analyst and investment banker native to McLeodganj in Dharamshala. Abraham’s father-in-law Akshai Runchal said, “John invited me for movie’s private show to be held in Mumbai. As I will not be able to go Mumbai so, he arranged a private show for us,” said Runchal, a former professor at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Gandhinagar.

“However, John will not be present at the screening,” Runchal added. The show will be held on November 18. Akhsai Runchal said that family members and close friends have been invited.

The movie revolves around the evil intention of one man who puts nation under threat by killing agents of the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW). Abraham had expressed his wish to arrange special screening of the film for families of former RAW agents.

John Abraham with wife Priya at the National Film Awards ceremony in 2013. (HTPHoto)

He and Sonakshi have also launched and signed an online petition started by Vinod Sawhney, president of Jammu Ex Sleuths Association working for the welfare of such agents.

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