John Abraham was recently asked to talk about The Kashmir Files during the press conference for his upcoming film, Attack. The actor got miffed with the “ghise-pite” questions and refused to comment on the Vivek Agnihotri directorial venture.
JOHN CALLS THE KASHMIR FILES QUESTIONS ‘GHISE-PITE’
Attack Part 1 trailer promises an action-packed spectacle of a film. Also starring Jacqueline Fernandez and Rakul Preet Singh, the film will release in theatres on April 1. At a press conference to promote Attack, John was asked about The Kashmir Files. The actor warned the media against asking “ghise pite” questions.
John said he hadn’t watched the film and didn’t have anything to say about it. Later, he told the media gathered at the event that he was there to talk about Attack and questions related to the film should be asked. He said, “You are asked on the news desk to bring controversy, then you come here and say, ‘Tell us something about The Kashmir Files.’ Why will I do that?”
Attack is an action thriller inspired by true events. The trailer showed John transforming into India’s first super soldier. But, as he becomes the ultimate savior for his nation, his powers start threatening his life. Sharing the trailer of Attack Part 1, John Abraham wrote, “INDIA’S FIRST SUPER SOLDIER is here to save the nation! #ATTACKtrailer out now: link in bio #Attack – Part 1 releasing in cinemas worldwide on 1.04.22 (sic).
It is produced Jayantilal Gada of Pen Studios, John Abraham and Ajay Kapoor.