John Abraham asks reporter to apologise for asking question related to Pulwama

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With yet another impressive espionage-thriller ‘Romeo Akbar Walter’, Bollywood’s handsome hunk John Abraham is back in action again to treat his fans and followers. On Monday, the makers released the trailer of ‘RAW’ and it does not disappoint us. In the trailer, we can see John in eight different avatars with hard-hitting dialogues. The espionage thriller chronicles the story of a spy who goes to Pakistan.

During an interaction with media, John Abraham asserted that he stays away from jingoistic movies. He said, “It’s very important to make films with good stories. If tomorrow, there’s a great patriotic film, I would love to do it. But I would not like to do jingoistic films. I am not anti any other country, I am not anti any other religion. I’m very pro-secular and I would like to make films that reflect the true nature of this country,” he added.

The actor also stated that the film looks at people from an objective gaze and doesn’t colour anyone. Talking about the film, John said, “Project’s key requirement was extreme research and the team did just that as it’s a sensitive topic and there’s a sense of responsibility riding on them.”

John further said that there is nothing wrong in making films about war heroes. “If you look at Hollywood, it makes fantastic war films and they glorify their soldiers, so why can’t we? I think it’s a great time for India, the audience,” he added.

On being asked whether he would tempt people through the film to take action, after the Pulwama attack, John answered saying, “You have to be very careful with the way you ask questions, you have a responsibility. Please apologise to everyone.”

Importantly, the film ‘Romeo Akbar Walter’ is directed by Robbie Grewal and is set to release on April 5.

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