John Abraham, if you don’t know already, has com to a theater near you to end corruption and the corrupt in Satyameva Jayate. The action-drama film which also stars Manoj Bajpayee and debutante Aisha Sharma in lead roles is directed by Milap Zaveri and is being touted as good competitor for Akshay Kumar’s Gold which also released today. Although, a confident John believes that there nobody is here to compete, we will believe when we see the cash registers ringing at the box-office. And of course, we are looking forward to the same. Also Read: Aisha Sharma reveals both John Abraham and Manoj Bajpayee picked on her while shooting for Satyameva Jayate- watch video
But while there is still time before the verdict of the audience, John has already begun preparation and shooting for for his role in his upcoming film, Romeo Akbar Walter (RAW). The film which is being helmed by Robbie Grewal will have the actor in varied looks and the work behind the same is under progress. In an exclusive interaction with BollywoodLife, he confirmed that he is undergoing physical transformation to look his part but he also shed light on the fact that there’s a big price to pay, if it is not under ideal circumstances. He said, “If you don’t do it the right way, it’ll affect your health. It’ll take a toll on you. I think some of us are used to doing it and I’m okay with it.” Speaking about his looks, he even revealed that he will be seen in as many as 18 avatars in the film. “This is a look for my film RAW and I don’t have hair on my head because I have got 18 different looks in the film, so I have to keep experimenting,” he added.
Earlier, the man of the moment had tweeted, “And the journey begins! ‘RAW’ ‘Romeo Akbar Walter.” The actor had told IANS that the movie is his “most challenging role to date” and that he was nervous getting into it. The film also stars Sikander Kher in a negative role. If you’re not in the know, Sushant Singh Rajput was initially roped in for the title role in the film, but the makers of the movie mutually parted ways with the actor due to “unavoidable circumstances.”