Bollywood Actors John Abraham and Jacqueline Fernandez listen to a question during the trailer launch of the upcoming action thriller Hindi movie 'Attack' in Mumbai.AFP
“Housefull 2,” “Race 2” and “Dishoom,” John Abraham and Jacqueline Fernandez will be seen sharing screen space in the upcoming film “Attack.” The actress says the movie has an extremely strong narrative and that working again with action star was extremely comfortable and fun. The film is about India's first super soldier played by John Abraham.
The film is helmed by Lakshya Raj Anand. It also features Rakul Preet Singh. “Attack” (part 1) is not an ordinary action movie, it showcases sci-fi angle, a complex drama and a narrative with a question mark on how in future India handles terrorism. Talking about the chemistry and working with John once again, Jacqueline said: "It's always a pleasure to work with John, I am really looking forward to the audience's reaction to the film.
It's an interesting storyline and extremely strong narrative and working again with John was extremely comfortable and fun." “Attack” (Part 1) also stars Prakash Raj, Ratna Pathak Shah as they combine their forces to bring the audiences a special adrenaline pumping action entertainer to be watched exclusively in cinemas.
Dr. Jayantilal Gada (Pen Studios), John Abraham (JA Entertainment), and Ajay Kapoor Productions present John Abraham's action entertainer “Attack,” which will be released worldwide by Pen Marudhar. Meanwhile, in his action film “Attack” which is scheduled to hit the screens on April 1, actor John Abraham will be seen essaying role of a "super soldier". John has explained what a super soldier exactly is during a candid chat with IANS. He says: “In the art of modern warfare today, the rules of engagement have changed.
We want to make sure there is as much less collateral damage in the world as possible which is why we wanted to do an action film with a difference because we have done many action films ... Action can be different, we can be different... When I say we, I mean the Entertainment production house." The storyline of the film revolves around John's character, an army veteran, who while battling his inner demons, volunteers to become part of a governmental experiment to become a cybertronic humanoid super-soldier developed to combat terrorism. He added: "We wanted to make something very unique.
The action has to have a unique selling proposition and we thought of a concept of a super soldier... I was inspired and we have given credit to that person in the film -- a civilian called Nathan in the US who is paraplegic and got a chip in his brain." John shared: "It is all a reality and is just around corner.
When I started making this film, it sounded very far fetched... We wanted to make a film that is different and that is why a concept of a super soldier where there is no collateral damage to an Indian soldier." The film is expected to offer wholesome entertainment to Bollywood audience. John has always been known for his kind of cinema.
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