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I’m happy that I am running my own race. I can’t get into a rat race: John Abraham

February 27th, 2018 | by vBollywood Author
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I’m happy that I am running my own race. I can’t get into a rat race: John Abraham
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John hasn’t had a movie release since Force 2 (2016) but the actor is clearly not tensed about it. Instead, he is happily working at his own pace as he does not want to “get into a rat race.” He is preparing for his next, Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran, based on India’s nuclear tests conducted in Pokhran, Rajasthan in 1998, John Abraham admits that he has always tried to “marry commerce with content.”

The actor says he has been blessed by audience. He is grateful to his well-wishers and says they are the most fantastic people in his life.

He has been busy developing content and enjoying it. He said Parmanu took her and her director (Abhishek Sharma) two-and-a half years but he is fine with the wait. He has been developing other content too.

About missing the big screen for a year, the actor said: Not really! I was okay. Audiences should look forward to what are you going to do next and that’s important. I want to belt out good stuff and not crap, just to be in the news. So, I don’t have the ‘airport look.’ What’s this airport or the gym look? I don’t understand all of that as I’m just interested in making good films. I want to make it for my audience.

Parmanu is based on a lot of facts. John says: More that different, it was difficult. The film is based on facts; so we had to reach out to DRDO, ISRO, BARC and the intelligence bureau and the army. We had to involve people from different facets and departments that made nuclear test happen in 1998, so a lot of people were directly or indirectly involved in it in the film. It was a very enriching experience to meet people and meet people who have actually worked on it directly. Colonel MK Sharma was the second in command in 1998, when the test happened. He was on set every day with us. He took us through the entire process. We also met important people, who were part of the government at that point of time.

Photo courtesy: www.hindustantimes.com

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