John has now started working on Romeo, Akbar, Walter, another patriotic film based on true events.
John Abraham’s career seems to be looking up again after the success of Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran. But the actor, who’s never been the one to follow trends, says that he won’t succumb to the pressure to come out with an autobiography. “I don’t think I am worth it. Not at this point in time, at least. I have a long way to go, and so much to do,” he says.
The actor, who took a long break after his film Force 2, justifies his extended absence saying, “I wanted to do a film that would jog my brain cells, one that would create an impact. I declined a lot of films in the middle.”
John has now started working on Romeo, Akbar, Walter, another patriotic film based on true events. The film is being shot in a two-month schedule across Gujarat, Kashmir, Delhi and Nepal.