The handsome hunk of Bollywood John Abraham has turned out into a good filmmaker with his films Parmanu-the Story of Pokhran, Vicky Donor, Madras Cafe and Force 2. His recent release has received a good feedback from the audience.
The actor said in a media interaction about his film "We hope we make it to the National Awards. I think it will be well deserved on the part of our director, Abhishek Sharma. It's a good, commercial, entertaining and content-driven film but it's too early to talk about our chances of winning a National Award. We are not over-confident people. We think we will deserve whatever the jury will decide for our film but at the same time I think people loved the film and that is important for us."
With spending around 15 years of his career in the film industry, John expressed about his views on the ups and downs. "See it's cyclical. If your one film does good, then people laud you for it and you get a bouquet of flowers for it and if your film doesn’t do well, then you also get brickbats for it. So I think I have become an old horse in this industry. Now I understand what works for the film and what runs in the mind of people."
Talking about his next film Satyamev Jayate which is clashing with John's close friend Akshay Kumar's 'Gold' will compete with each other this Independence Day. John also said "Akshay is an actor in Gold and I am an actor in Satyamev Jayate. It's a producer's decision from both sides. It is about Excel Entertainment and T-Series, so I have no say in that at all. As far as competing with Akshay is concerned, I want to make it clear that he is my senior in the industry. I love him and I have always wished the best for him and I am sure he also wants best for me."