John Abraham, who won everyone's heart with his performance in Bollywood, is mostly seen in a serious mood. At the same time, he is mostly seen in action films, although he also does his best in comedy. At the same time, if he does not like anything about someone, then he is not at all afraid to give him a two-piece answer. Something similar happened recently. In fact, John recently stopped speaking to a journalist with his strong answer. It so happened that John Abraham attended an event for his upcoming film Attack.
John did not like the question of a journalist at this event and he angrily called him an idiot. Yes, and John also asked the journalist if he had left his mind. Let us tell you all that in the promotional event of the film Attack, the journalist first asked for the actor's opinion on Kashmir Falls. This question was ignored and then asked if there is an overdose of action in your films. As long as you fight 4-5 people, it feels fine. But when you are seen fighting with 200 people alone, it becomes more. Especially throwing the bike with your hands and stopping the chopper. Hearing this question, the actor has cut his point in between and asked if he is talking about his upcoming film Attack. However, on this, the journalist says that the question was for his film Satyamev Jayate. To this, John replies, "Sorry, I'm talking about an attack, if you have a problem with it, forgive me.''
At the same time, the journalist further says that in this way it becomes difficult for the audience to relate to the film. At the same time, John replies to this- 'I'm sorry and then looking at the actors, he says- Poor, I think this is very frustrated.' With this, John further said, 'You guys talk on the current topic. Like attack promotion, we are doing. So ask how was it working in the film, how was the film made? But many people ask questions on Kashmir files. So somebody on the action. Don't do such stupid things.' Let us tell you that Jacqueline Fernandez and Rakul Preet Singh will also be seen in important roles in John Abraham's film Attack. The film will release on April 1.