I’m not in­se­cure: John Abra­ham

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Ac­tor John Abra­ham (right), who shares screen space with many es­tab­lished ac­tors in­clud­ing Anil Kapoor, Nana Patekar and Paresh Rawal in his up­com­ing film, says he is “not in­se­cure”. He also cred­its di­rec­tor Anees Bazmi for his per­for­mance.

“I am not in­se­cure,” said John. The film is John’s first film af­ter the crit­i­cally ac­claimed Madras Cafe (2013). His home pro­duc­tion Vicky Donor (2012) was a suc­cess at box of­fice as well.

When asked about his views on be­ing a pro­ducer, the 42-year-old said: “I think ev­ery film is im­por­tant, but I don’t stress on one par­tic­u­lar film, whether it will work or not. My job is to per­form and that’s what I mean to do. I make films, I en­joy do­ing that, one year, two year, three years, I don’t re­ally care. I am not in­se­cure and I know I can do it”.

John says that he had a “great chem­istry” with all the ac­tors in his up­com­ing film, that is a se­quel to 2007 laugh riot Welcome which starred Ak­shay Ku­mar and Ka­t­rina Kaif.

“I have worked with Anil Kapoor in Shootout in Wadala and with Nana sir, I did Taxi 9211. I acted with Paresh sir in Garam Masala, so what­ever chem­istry I have with them is re­ally spe­cial,” he said.

How­ever, the ac­tor said he wants to credit no­body but di­rec­tor Anees Bazmi for his per­for­mance in the film.

“I have learnt a lot from these guys but I want to credit only Anees bhai for my per­for­mance. The way he has guided me in this film, is re­ally-re­ally spe­cial,” he said.


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