John Abraham has mentioned that although as a producer he’d need to make movies for the digital medium, he doesn’t see himself as an OTT actor.
In an interview with ETimes, John mentioned he’s high quality with releasing his manufacturing ventures on streaming platforms, however as an actor, he desires to be on the massive display screen. The actor added, “I would not like to be available for Rs 299 or 499. I have a problem with it.”
John Abraham’s final launch was Attack. Though the movie had a under common run in theatres, it discovered extra viewers publish its digital launch on ZEE5.
John is now gearing up for his subsequent film, Ek Villain Returns, co-starring Arjun Kapoor and Tara Sutaria. Directed by Mohit Suri, it’s a sequel to the 2014 movie Ek Villain.
Mohit, who additionally helmed the primary one, earlier mentioned in a press release, “Ek Villain was my passion project and a labour of love. The kind of love that I still receive for Ek Villain overwhelms me. I am sure with Ek Villain Returns, the love is only going to grow bigger. And while I cannot reveal much about the film, I can assure that it is going to be a thrilling roller coaster ride.”
In an interplay with indianexpress.com, the director mentioned. “In this film, the girls are also playing villains. Ekta and I are trying to build on a whole series of villains and different characters, who are all connected to each other.”