john abraham

John Abraham was born in Bombay, Maharashtra. He started his career as modelling in the music video of the song, Surma. He made his debut with Jism in 2003 opposite Bipasha Basu. He made a mark on the Bollywood industry with films like Dhoom, Garam Masala, Dostana and Parmanu. He did come out with his brand new production company, JA (John Abraham) Entertainment Pvt Ltd. He has been a celebrity supporter of UNHCR India, promoting the cause of refugees. He was the producer of the film, Vicky Donor. He is married to Priya Runchal. more

Special screening of director Abraham’s film

The National Film Development Corporation (NFDC)-National Film Archives of India (NFAI) will screen “Amma Ariyan” (Report to mother) to pay tribute to renowned director John Abraham (1937–1987)

The screening of the film, digitised and restored by NFDC-NFAI, will be held at its Law College Road campus at 6 pm on Saturday. (HT PHOTO)
Updated on Sep 06, 2023 10:04 PM IST

Abhishek Bachchan jokes John Abraham was ‘born to be a mechanic’

Abhishek Bachchan spoke about his friend John Abraham's love for bikes, taking them apart and putting them back together, in an interview.

Abhishek Bachchan and John Abraham have been best mates since their Dhoom and Dostana days.
Updated on Aug 16, 2023 07:02 AM IST

Kangana Ranaut now writes fan letter to John Abraham for not 'harassing women'

Kangana Ranaut said that she has spoken a lot about 'negative people in the film industry,' but 'kind' people like John Abraham also exist in Bollywood.

 Kangana Ranaut praised John Abraham in a series of Instagram Stories.
Published on Aug 14, 2023 03:07 PM IST

Hera Phera 3, Tiger 3, Drishyam 3: Bollywood’s tryst with popular franchises

Here are the most awaited third instalments of popular Hindi film franchises, which the audience can’t wait to watch.

Hera Pheri 3 and Tiger 3 are among the most awaited films
Updated on Apr 15, 2023 09:56 PM IST
BySyeda Eba Fatima

Malavika’s Mumbaistan: Image is King at the Box Office

Pathaan seems to have broken the jinx on Mumbai’s film industry and a sense of ‘Happy Days Are Here Again’ euphoria appears to be sweeping up Bollywood. But the optimism and buoyancy have an uneasy feeling and the all-night rounds of Don Julio 1942 might just be premature, writes Malavika Sangghvi

It seems a shame to trot them out now, but when the film released in what appeared to be the perfect storm of post pandemic indifferent audiences, a hate Bollywood campaign starting with nepotism allegations and SSR‘s suicide and had then run in to spurious right wing opposition, it would not be wrong to say that not even SRK’s biggest fans were holding their breath about its box office performance (HT Illustration)
Updated on Apr 01, 2023 06:07 PM IST
ByMalavika Sangghvi
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