Bollywood's dashing actor John Abraham has been doing patriotic films for quite some time now. His films are also getting hits and fans are also enjoying it. But some even say that he doesn't deserve to be in the industry. John has as many fans as he has haters, who doesn't like him in the industry. John is responding to his films, and recently he has responded to all those who advise him to leave the industry.
John says he faced the worst criticism ever when he took an entry in Bollywood. John said, "I don't deserve to be in the industry, this is my worst criticism so far. I got it on the first day. Since then 17 years have passed. Most of those who said they have married and have children, half have retired, some have quit their jobs. I'm still here today." for your information, he revealed about his career in the chat show 'By Invite Only'.
John did modeling before coming to the movies and after being successful in modeling, John did a Bollywood debut in 2003 with 'Jism' and since then has so far been 'Pap', 'Doom', 'Hot Masala', 'Babul', 'Dostana', 'New York', 'Houseful 2', 'Madras Cafe' He has worked in several films such as 'Dhoom', 'Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran', 'Romeo Akbar Walter' and 'Batla House'. In addition, he is coming up with a number of more films. John also works as a producer in the filmmaking business.
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