The trailer of Mumbai Saga has been released. In the 3-minute trailer of Sanjay Gupta’s film, John has done a surprising action scene.
John Abraham has made a comeback in action avatar in ‘Mumbai Saga’. For them, doing an action scene is like singing an item. John loves working in mass-oriented films because mass audiences have shaped his career.
- February 28, 2021, 10:39 AM IST
The trailer of Mumbai Saga has been released. In the 3-minute trailer of Sanjay Gupta’s film, John has done a surprising action scene. Emraan Hashmi, Sunil Shetty, Jackie Shroff and Kajal Aggarwal have also played their roles in this film. The film also stars Prateek Babbar, Rohit Roy, Anjana Sukhani and Gulshan Grover.
In this film, John Abraham is playing the role of a gangster named Amartya Rao. In the trailer, he is seen saying in a threatening manner, ‘Whoever gave a week, the next hand will be bitten by him. After this, in a scene, they say- ‘Aft week off’. Amartya wants to rule Bombay while Imran plays a cop who wants to kill John and win a prize money of Rs 10 crore. The film is set for release in the theater on 19 March.
When asked how do they manage to do a different type of action in every film? So the actor said, ‘It is difficult because I feel that my bones are breaking, but I try to do different action in different films. This film has Ra action. In this film, my character has a conflict with the character of Imran. It is a gangster film and we are showing what has really happened. He said that the action in Mumbai Saga is quite different from his stunt in his second upcoming film ‘Attack’. In the attack, we are doing very different futuristic actions. It is difficult but I enjoy doing such action scenes.
John said, ‘When you go to the interiors of India, they really miss these characters. I think every actor has a wonderful and memorable character, so I think when you make movies, you should make it for the people. We are afraid of criticism. Internet and the biggest word of my life is ‘Trend’ and I am afraid of the word ‘Trend’. I want to stay away from this trend business.