The trailer of John Abraham's Satyame Jayate is out and we just can't get our eyes off the rough and tough John Abraham. This is the second release of the year for John Abraham after Parmanoo, which was released in May. It was a film which was based on real events and happenings, when Indian Army conducted Nuclear tests in Pokhran. [caption id="attachment_40942" align="alignnone" width="623"] Source[/caption] Well, Satyamev Jayate is not really based on true happenings but can be related to the conditions of corruption in the country. Other than John, the movie also stars acclaimed actor Manoj Bajpayee. What could be made from the trailer is that John Abraham's character in the film is all set and grown up to take revenge of his father's death, who we suspect commits suicide due to the corruption in the police department. The main mystery of the trailer is whether John is playing a hero or an anti-hero. When in one scene he is seen as a police officer, in another scene he can be seen as an avenging angel. Now this will be something to find out what made John's father in the film (played by Chetan Pandit) to commit suicide and what character is he actually playing. [caption id="attachment_40943" align="alignnone" width="800"] Source[/caption] Well, from all the heat and emotions in the trailer, we were just taken back to Akshay Kumar's Gabbar Is Back. Interestingly, Gabbar was also a film which revoled around the main lead (played by Akshay Kumar) who kills the police officers and other officials who spread corruption in the society. In the film, he too loses his wife to a tragedy which is caused due to the negligence of the officials and a heartbroken man sets out to take the revenge. The dialogues are intense and give goosebumps. Not to mention, the last part of the trailer where we just could not keep without hooting out a big YES!!!! "Dikha, kitna dum hai ek aurat ki maar me. Abb duniya ka koi bhi mard ye tana nhi marega k tune choodiyaan pehni hai kya." [caption id="attachment_40946" align="alignnone" width="599"] Source[/caption] The film is all set to hit the theatres on Independence Day, i.e 15 August. It will be interesting to see whether Akshay's Gold or John's Satyamev Jayate becomes a box office hit, because boththe films seem equally interesting.