John Abraham is ready for action Avatar, shares the first look of ‘Force 3’ As part of his desire to create an action Universe. Check out now!
Bollywood star John Abraham has revealed his desire to work on the third part of Force and develop it as “the biggest action franchise” in the country. Bollywood actor John Abraham again, returned in an action avatar with ‘Satyameva Jayate 2’ which hit cinema halls on Thursday. He has a lineup of hard-hitting films in the same genre including ‘Attack’, ‘Ek Villain Returns’, YRF’s movie titled ‘Pathan’, also starring Shah Rukh Khan.
While he has been part of successful entertainers films like ‘Garam Masala’ and ‘Dostana’, movies like ‘Dhoom’, ‘Madras Cafe’, ‘Force’, ‘Parmanu’, and ‘Satyameva Jayate’ make me an action hero. The 48-year-old actor John Abraham said in an interview, “I want to do bigger and better action films. I want to mount it in a big way. I want to make summer blockbuster films. The film that I own in terms of franchise is ‘Force’, it was probably the first action franchise that existed. I want to do ‘Force 3’ and make it the biggest action franchise this country has seen. I enjoy this space completely. I also have ‘Attack’, which is ready and even that film has the best action,”
With stunts come injuries, something he said is part and parcel of the genre, but that doesn’t discourage him from making more action films. “I feel stronger, fitter, and better. I now have a grasp of how to make action bigger and I want to entertain the audience with that big fun action film. I want to create my own universe,” he added.
About film motorcycle racing, John Abraham said the project is still under development. “We want to make that happen. We couldn’t do it because of the pandemic. My next year is packed. So, in 2023. it will definitely happen,” he added. On the work front, John Abraham will next be seen in the action-thriller ‘Attack’. John Abraham also completed the shooting of Mohit Suri helmed ‘Ek Villain Returns’ and still he is working on ‘Pathan’.
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