John Abraham is all set for the discharge of his upcoming film, Batla Home, on Independence Day. The actor is busy with promotional occasions for the movie. Whereas at one such occasion, John took a query on whether or not the Hindi movie trade is secular. Learn to search out out what he stated.
When requested his opinion on whether or not Hindi movie trade is secular, John stated, “Who told you that the industry is secular? The industry is not 100 per cent secular. It’s polarized. This is a fact of life.”
Taking inventory of present realities all over the world, John added, “The problem is that the world is polarized. There is a dialogue in my film, ‘It is not that a particular community is suffering, the entire world is suffering’. Look at (Donald) Trump, look at Brexit, look at Boris Johnson – the world is polarized today. You are living in this world, so, you have to deal with it.”
However that does not take away from John’s love for this trade and this nation. “At the same time, I feel this is the best country and the best industry,” he stated.
Within the age of social media, practically everyone seems to be empowered to make statements, with out reflecting on them earlier than they accomplish that. Relating to this, John stated, “Mostly you see all this on social media because when you are sitting in an audience, there is something that actually controls our emotions and keeps us at bay from making irresponsible statements. On social media, none of us really have a face, which is why you will see the most toxic statements emerge. Do not believe in social media.”
Batla Home is an action-thriller directed by Nikkhil Advani, based mostly on the Batla Home Operation of 2008. Other than John, the movie stars Mrunal Thakur. It’s co-produced by John, Bhushan Kumar, Divya Khosla Kumar and others.
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