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Entertainment

No time to think of anything beyond work: John Abraham

Thursday, 4 October 2012
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Mumbai, October 04:

(Siasat News)John Abraham who is in Nira, a town located near Satara district, for his upcoming film, ‘Shootout at Wadala’ when asked about his marriage replied that he has no time to think of anything beyond work.

When asked about the secret marriage in January this year, during his visit to New York, he said, “Oh, is it! What rubbish! I don't know about it. If I get married, it should be, a dream marriage”.

John who has been a part of many multi-starrer including Desi Boyz and Housefull 2 praised Akshay Kumar and said that he is like his big brother.

John who has recently ventured into production with Vicky Donor, which was the blockbuster of the year, when asked wasn’t it a risk to sign newcomers, he replied that he is a risk taker and remain so all his life. He said that he believe in what he do giving examples of his films ‘Water’, ‘Jism’ and ‘Force’.

He finally concludes that right now he has no time to think of anything beyond work.

---Siasat News

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