I am a middle-class person and live my life on my own terms; says John Abraham

From being a top and well-known model to currently being a full-grown handsome celebrity, superstar John Abraham's trip has been motivating at various levels.

In his recent interview with media people, the actor stated that he is still a middle-class human being and likes to live uncomplicated and careful life.

While talking to media people, John said, "I am not a narcissistic person by nature, I don't like going out looking for attention. I don't have a bodyguard, I have a simple life, I don't wear a watch, I have a basic car. I am a middle-class person and I will not lose that. I live my life on my own terms, I am frugal in my lifestyle."

The handsome star has been a part of the Hindi film industry for around 15 years and he said that he always wants to stay honest to his roots.

In the same interview, he added, "It beats me when in south India you are called megastar or superstar. Vanity to another level scares me. I connect with the audience (with a thought) that I am not like a star to them. I don't want to become a star to them, I want to be John Abraham the person."

He added that he is "very protected as a human being and as a performer" and is well conscious about how much a movie featuring him would thrive.

The actor said he has done many films and donned many types of diverse character like 'Garam Masala', 'Housefull', 'Madras Cafe', 'Water' and many others.

He added, "I have done every kind of film. The subtlety in my performance is lauded today more than it was earlier. Those days it was about being over expressive, garish, loud as that was considered as good acting. Times have changed, subtlety in performance is important and that comes across in most of my work."

John's upcoming flick 'Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran' is based on the country's nuclear investigations at Pokhran during the year 1998 when Atal Bihari Vajpayee was the Indian PM.'s

John along with the whole squad including writers and director Abhishek Sharma did an far-reaching research to make the film. They also met several officials in BARC, ISRO, DRDO, people in the Intelligence Bureau and Army.

by Vijay Singh | Sat, May 19 - 02:23 PM

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