Bollywood actor John Abraham’s love for bikes is not a hidden fact and the actor now plans to take his passion to the big screen with his next project. The yet untitled movie will be directed by Rensil D’Silva and produced by Ajay Kapoor under his production company Kyta Productions. The two has earlier co-produced John’s hit Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran (2018 ) and the upcoming espionage thriller RAW (Romeo Akbar Walter).
The film is currently in pre-production and will go on floors in July 2019. In a media interaction John said;
“A story around motorcycles is very close to my heart. This is a story about human relationships. I decided to develop a film on riders and their love for motorcycles in-house two years ago. A lot of research and time has been spent on the subject since then. I’m happy to have Ajay Kapoor and Rensil on board for this project. I am especially excited that we will film the action sequences in the Isle of Man, the home of racing on real roads! ”.
John has been practicing for the film in Bennetts Trackday Brands Hatch in The Isle of Man, UK and the pictures from his preparations are now out. Check them out:
“We’re delighted to be working with John and the team and to see how the cinematographers portray the spectacle and thrill of this mind-blowing sport to Indian audiences. I think they will be impressed,”.
Director Rensil D’Silva added by saying;
“I’ve grown up on films like Days of Thunder and Top Gun and it’s a dream come true to make an adrenaline pumping, emotionally charged bike racing film like this with John.”
Ajay Kapoor said,
“I know how passionate John is about motorbikes. It has been a pleasure collaborating with him and his production company so far on all our projects, and it will be an absolute treat to see him play a biker now! We look forward to our other collaborations with him in the future too.”
John is currently gearing up for the release of his upcoming action flick Romeo Akbar Walter in which he will be playing a spy. The film also features Mouni Roy and its hitting the screens on 12th April.