Tuesday Trivia: Not Jism, but THIS film was supposed to be John Abraham’s debut venture | Bollywoodlife.com

The handsome hunk of Bollywood, John Abraham has established his own market and fan-base in the entertainment industry. His transformation from a model to an actor is commendable and the way he has chosen scripts of recent films like Madras Cafe, Satyameva Jayate and Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran has surely impressed the audience. Who would have thought, the actor who started his career with Jism and was labelled as a sex-symbol would later emerge as a superstar.

But it would surprise you that Jism, which was a blockbuster at the box office, was not supposed to be his debut film. The 46-year old actor was supposed to make his Bollywood debut with Is Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon, which was shelved after the completion of 75 per cent of shooting. It was directed by Rahul Rawail and had featured Akanksha Malhotra in the lead role.

John later went on to do iconic films like Garam Masala, Welcome Back, Force franchise, New York, Kabul Express and more. It took no time for the seemingly young boy to turn into a smoking hot man who is also become a producer now.

Meanwhile, John is currently busy in the promotions of his upcoming venture RAW (Romeo Akbar Walter). The film also features Mouni Roy, Jackie Shroff and Sikander Kher in pivotal roles. Based on a true story, the film is directed by Robbie Grewal and produced by Dheeraj Wadhwan, Ajay Kapoor, Vanessa Walia and Gary Grewal. It is scheduled to hit the screens on April 5 and will lock horns with PM Modi biopic at the box office.

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