John Abraham is currently gearing up for his upcoming movie, Batla House, based on a controversial encounter operation of 2008. The movie is all set to hit theatres on August 15 and will be clashing with Akshay Kumar’s space mission film, Mission Mangal.
John Abraham recently made an appearance on The Kapil Sharma Show to promote Batla House. On the show, John recounted a funny incident when his mother stopped the shoot of his film. Apparently, John Abraham was shooting for his film Taxi No 9211.
Directed by Milan Luthria, a scene in the movie required John to lie on the street while vehicles zoomed past him from both sides. Incidentally, John’s mother was driving past when she saw her son lying on the road and instantly stopped the car and rushed to his side. She then proceeded to scream in Gujarati only to realise that John was actually shooting for a film and had a number of cameras pointed at him.
Hilarious, isn’t it? In the special episode, we will also be able to see Archana Puran Singh pulling Kapil Sharma’s show and him cracking a joke that makes everybody laugh.
Speaking of Batla House, the cop drama is inspired by the 2008 police encounter, where the Delhi Police took on suspected Indian Mujahideen terrorists. In an interview with mid-day, John said, “We cannot be clouded by our own judgment. We’ve told the story from different points of view, including the Delhi Special Cell, the witnesses, the terrorists/victims, and even the court. We have left the film open to debate; we’ll be happy if someone doesn’t agree with our point of view because it will lead to a discussion, which is our goal. We aren’t passing any judgment …read more