John Abraham gave an explosive statement when asked about any plans of OTT. John was speaking to the media during the promotion of his latest movie Attack, which was released in theaters on April 1, 2022.
When the media asked Abraham about OTT plans, he said, “Not for 299 rupees”. John answered, “This is not the future. It is very difficult to step into OTT space. There is nothing wrong with it, but he is not ready for it today, maybe in the future”.
John is an Indian model, actor, and producer. Before making their debut with the film Jism, he did modeling for numerous commercials. He rose to fame with his role, Kabir in the action movie Dhoom. His love life too never remained hidden from the media. He met Bipasha Basu, an Indian actress on sets of Jism, and fell in love with her.
What is the secret behind John Abraham’s Physique?
They dated for around eight years before they set their ways apart. The reason for their break-up was John’s closeness with Priya. They both fell in love and got married in 2014 in a private ceremony. John has always been known for his amazing physique.
He takes 5-6 meals a day to keep his metabolism high. John avoids junk food, sweets, and maida products. According to John, fitness is the only religion he knows. Nothing is more important than health for John. He lays stress to have food on time. He is a gym freak and loves biking too. He takes a heavy protein-rich breakfast.
Pathaan, Mumbai Saga, and Satyamev Jayate are some of his action-thriller movies. The attack is his latest movie that arrived in theaters on April 1 this year. Ek Villain Returns is waiting for its release in July this year.
While speaking to the media, John said that he is a rare commodity as he neither comes out in front of the media nor he is available on OTT. If someone says he doesn’t deserve a certain amount of money, John tells them not to do a film with him. It is his choice to work in a film or not.
Adding to it, he said he is happy doing films from his production house. John concluded with a statement in a recent tete- a- tete with a media portal, “I am not going to point a gun at a producer’s head and ask him to pay a certain amount of money”.