New Delhi: With the announcement of consecutive movie initiatives, John Abraham has turn into one of many busiest actors working at present. John Abraham made the announcement about his subsequent movie ‘Tariq’ on social media on the 76th anniversary of Independence Day. The movie is scheduled to be launched subsequent Independence Day (2023). The information that he’s engaged on a brand new film had followers and everybody who’s involved in motion pictures fairly excited.
John shared the poster of ‘Tariq’ and wrote, “Aazadi ki ‘Tariq’, 15 August, 2023. ‘Tariq’ is our subsequent inventive collaboration with Bake My Cake Movies after Tehran and Batla Home. Time to rejoice the liberty to inform good tales.”
Independence Day 2023 will mark the debut of the film that might be co-produced by JA Entertainment, which is run by John Abraham, and Bake My Cake Movies.
Some time in the past, John revealed the names of the actors who could be showing in his subsequent film ‘Tehran.’ Within the film, Manushi Chillar will play the lead function together with John.
The movie ‘Tehran,’ which is directed by Arun Gopalam and starring John, is now beneath manufacturing and is scheduled to be launched on Republic Day in 2023. John is each an actor and a producer within the film. His newest announcement, titled ‘Tariq,’ can be directed by the identical particular person and can be impressed by a real-life occasion.
The ‘Dhoom’ actor who has supplied us with varied patriotic movies in recent times, has a number of initiatives lined as much as astound his followers. For John, subsequent 12 months goes to be important.
His most up-to-date movie, ‘Ek Villain Returns,’ which additionally stars Arjun Kapoor, didn’t generate a lot buzz on the field workplace. Followers, alternatively, are enthusiastic about the truth that the actor’s subsequent image, ‘Tariq’, might be co-produced by the identical individuals who had been chargeable for ‘Batla House’ and ‘Tehran.’
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