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April 12, 2013

John Abraham on finding his groove

Filed under: Video Vault — Rajeev @ 10:50 pm

Ten years in the business, and the focus has remained on his good looks and his strapping physique. But with Shootout At Wadala, his next release, and Shoojit Sircar’s Madras CafĂ©, John Abraham insists the audience will finally see him in a new light. In this interview with Rajeev Masand, John Abraham talks about making Rs 100-crore hits versus the movies that matter.

(This interview first aired on CNN-IBN)

2 Comments »

  1. Cool …. 100 crore to 150 Crore Earning is just psychological…I am happy to know Actors are realizing the meanace of it.. And Frankly speaking ”BARFI” is the only meaningful cinema that entered the club of 100 crore [Something to be proud of] amidst the awfully-scripted flicks.

    As far as John Abraham is concerned. SAW has a promising trailer. Hope his words come true, and doesn’t make a fool of himself like ”Hyperly-over confident” Sajid Khan did for his disaster ”HIMMATWALA”.

    His casting of a new actor in maiden production VICKY DONOR proved itself that Abraham believes in promoting new talent and choosing unconventional and yet to be touched Subject. Lets hope SAW & MADRAS CAFE bring some revolutionary changes in his career as an ”Actor”

    Comment by Nived — April 13, 2013 @ 8:40 am

  2. One has to wait and watch the confidence of this man, but if I may say the person has the courage to say he was bad then I would like to bind on some hopes and say, yes he can do something good. Well and one thing is unquestionable that John has a nick for good cinema (Kabul Expeess, Water) so waiting for Madras Cafe.

    Comment by Sagar Shah — April 13, 2013 @ 9:00 pm

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