John Abraham to sport 18 looks in ‘RAW: Romeo Akbar Walter’!


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Bollywood’s handsome hunk, John Abraham is currently in the best phase of his life. The actor’s last film ‘Parmanu: The Story Of Pokhran‘ did a good business at the box office and also earned some good reviews. And his second film of this year-‘Satyameva Jayate’ is all set to hit the silver screens on August 15, 2018.

The actor is also going to play the lead in director Robbie Grewal’s spy-thriller ‘RAW: Romeo Akbar Walter‘. Recently while talking about the unsung agents and his role in ‘RAW’, the actor told Mumbai Mirror, “‘RAW’ is a compelling script and Robbie Grewal is an intelligent and passionate director. It is an honest depiction of what happens to these agents when they’re moved around by the agency and the government. It delves into their personal lives, the finality of it all. Yes, they are unsung heroes. No one bothers about what happens to them. The other day, I read about this war veteran selling things on the Road. We have no respect for our soldiers and tweeting our concerns like many actors do, doesn’t make anyone any more concerned. Some of us do it from a space of honesty but some do it around the time of a film’s release to build an image. I’d like to clarify that I’m not saying this to promote ‘Satyameva Jayate’, for me these issues were a matter of concern before and will remain even after.”

When questioned about the stories regarding him sporting 8 different looks in RAW, the actor clarified, “It’s actually 18 looks and it is being shot in 80 locations. It’s a true story, we have deviated a bit but most of it is factually accurate.”

Wow, 18 looks and 80 locations! Now that’s something unheard of in Bollywood these days. Well, we are pretty sure the actor will nail it with his hard work and dedication. So aren’t you guys excited to see John in 18 different locations?

‘RAW: Romeo Akbar Walter’ also stars Jackie Shroff and Sikander Kher in pivotal roles.

Stay tuned for more such interesting stories.

Also Read: John Abraham: India is not a safe place for women and animals