“I am with Anna. All chors (thieves) should be thrown out,” he told reporters after breaking the handi at Vihangs Palm Club in Thane.
At the handi breaking ceremony on the occasion of Lord Krishna’s birthday there, John supported the girls’ team and cheered for them. The Bollywood hunk, sporting a Gandhi cap, awed the crowd interacting with them in chaste Marathi.
John Abraham, who is set to re-emerge as an action hero with his upcoming cop-film “Force”, chose to use that platform for the music release of the film. Actor Nishikant Kamat and director Vipul Shah accompanied him.
The model-turned-actor made his debut in Bollywood as a passionate lover with “Jism” (2003) and then moved on to action with “Dhoom” (2004) followed by “Kaal” and then the terrorist drama “New York” (2008).
Releasing Sep 30, “Force” is a remake of the Tamil film “Kaakha Kaakha”, where John is paired with Genelia D’Souza.