John Abraham says, it is good to work together with Akshay than facing each other

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Actor John Abraham is coming with a cop movie, Batla House.  The movie is based on the maoist confront that took place in 2088 in Delhi.  The movie is based on true events and is going to depict the actual scene that took place in the country’s capital.  The movie will showcase the real incidents and John will be essaying the role of DCP Sanjeev Kumar Yadav. John is currently busy promoting the movie that is set for Independence day release and in a recent interview talked about his bond with Akshay Kumar.  

John is lately doing movies that are quite patriotic and his last releases RAW (Romeo Akbar Walter) and Satyamev Jayate were from the same genre. The movie is inspired from the true incidents of 2008 confront with alleged maoists that took place at Batla House in Jamia Nagar in Delhi.  The makers of the flick have recently given a sneak peek into the making of Batla House. 

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John Abraham reveals his wish to work with Akshay again

The movie is going to hit the screens on August 15, this year and is going to have a box office clash with the multi-starrer space film Mission Mangal.   Talking about the box office clash, John Abraham said, “We have been talking about it, and I hope we can do something soon as we are similar in many ways and get along well. What you saw in Garam Masala, Desi Boyz and Housefull 2 is a reflection of our real-life bond. We throw each other around, laugh and crack jokes. There is so much of positivity between us that we would love to see translate again on the screen. Instead of facing off with each other on certain days, we could probably come together in a film on Independence Day.”

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Sharing details about his character in the film, John said, “My character (DCP Sanjeev Kumar Yadav), is based on a real police officer, presently serving in the Delhi Special Cell and not a work of fiction.  For me, he is a real superhero, the most awarded police officer in India. I hope I have done justice to the part.

Published by Neetu Panwar on 10 Aug 2019

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