Bollywood actor John Abraham is one of the industry actors known for his action and his patriotic films. From “Madras Cafe” and Satyamev Jyte to Atomic and the latest releases “Batla House” are among John’s films based on the patriotic spirit. John’s character is also that of a true patriot. However, John prefers to stay away from politics. John is far from the rhetoric about politics. But recently, John Abraham spoke at an event aimed at the Modi government in a very strict manner.
From Madras Cafe and Satyameva Jayate to Parmanu and the recently launched Batla House, the actor has portrayed a patriot on the silver screen several times, but has never shown his political inclinations and has always kept away from making political statements. But recently, at the launch event of the book The God Who Loved Motorbikes in Kerala, John Abraham talked about why Kerala has not yet been modified.
When John Abraham, who was originally from Kerala, was asked why he thinks his home state has not yet been ‘Modified’, the actor said: “That is the beauty of Kerala. You can see a temple, a mosque and Church less than 10 meters away coexisting peacefully without any problem. There is absolutely no problem there. With the entire world very polarized, Kerala is an example of a place where religions and communities can coexist so peacefully.
The actor also admitted that the state also has another extreme, which is communist. He said: “The other extreme, I remember that when Fidel Castro passed away, I went to Kerala and that was the only state with his posters and billboards everywhere to mourn his death. So Kerala is really communist that way. My father I did a lot of Marxist material. So there is a communist side in many mallus’ (Malayalis). We all believe in equitable life, the equitable distribution of wealth and Kerala is a shining example of that. ”
John Abraham was in Kerala to launch the book The God Who Loved Motorbikes by Murali K Menon. On the labor front, John’s latest release, Batla House, worked very well at the box office. The film was released on Independence Day along with the Mangal Mission of Akshay Kumar. Despite having a tough competition from the Akshay Kumar movie, John’s Batla House achieved a good opening of Rs 14 crore.
Soon John will be seen in Pagalpanti, a comedy movie. The film also stars Anil Kapoor, Urvashi Rautela, Ileana D’Cruz, Arshad Warsi, Pulkit Samrat and Kriti Kharbanda. In addition to Pagalpanti, John will also be seen in Mumbai Saga.
Speaking about the work front, John Abraham appeared for the last time in the movie “Batla House”. The movie worked well at the box office. This John movie was released on Independence Day.