Actor John Abraham is selling his movie Ek Villain Returns, which additionally stars actors Tara Sutaria, Arjun Kapoor, and Disha Patani. The action-thriller is produced by Ekta Kapoor’s Balaji Movement Footage and Bhushan Kumar’s T-Collection. In a brand new interview, John, whose final movie Assault Half 1 had an OTT launch in Could, virtually two months after it launched in theaters, spoke about why he wished to stay to the large display screen, as an actor. Learn extra: John Abraham says critics instructed him they wrote him off attributable to private points
John, who can be a producer, stated he ‘liked the OTT area’, however solely when he was the producer, and never the actor. His manufacturing firm, John Abraham Leisure, has backed tasks just like the 2012 movie Vicky Donor directed by Shoojit Sircar, and the 2013 movie Madras Cafe, wherein John additionally acted.
“As a producer, I like the OTT area. I’d like to make movies for the medium and cater to that viewers. However as an actor, I’m very clear that I wish to be on the large display screen,” he instructed ETimes.
John stated he didn’t like the thought of individuals watching him on their screens at house by paying ‘ 299 or 499′ a month. He added he can be ‘offended’ if somebody at house stopped watching his movie halfway. He stated he was a ‘big-screen hero’, and that’s the place he wished to stay.
“I’m a big-screen hero and that’s the place I wish to be seen. At this level, I’ll do movies that cater to the large display screen. I’d discover it offensive if somebody shut off my movie halfway on a pill as a result of they wanted to hurry to the washroom. Additionally, I’d not prefer to be obtainable for 299 or 499. I’ve an issue with it,” John stated.
In the meantime John’s subsequent, Ek Villain Returns, is scheduled for launch on July 29. It was earlier slated to be launched on July 8, 2022. The movie is directed by Mohit Suri, who additionally directed the 2014 movie Ek Villain.