John Abraham: It’s comical to see actors dance and then collect awards

T he actor, who will soon be seen in the film Mumbai Saga, refers to award shows as “circus” and says he maintains distance from such events.
It’s comical to see actors dance and then collect awards, says actor John Abraham. The actor, who will soon be seen in the film Mumbai Saga, refers to award shows as “circus” and says he maintains distance from such events.
“I totally don’t respect awards. It’s a joke. It’s comical to see actors dance and then collect an award and make funny jokes,” he shared.
However, he knows that people who take part in these shows don’t view them in this way. “I feel what they are doing is not necessarily wrong or what I am doing is wrong. But I am on this side of the fence. I am quiet about it. I just don’t go for these functions. I will be a joker going to a circus, it will be demeaning and I don’t want to do that,” he said.
On his film Mumbai Saga, which releases in theatres, he said nothing can be predicted as of now. “No one is sure what will happen the next day. We are not experts here. We are sure that we want to release in the theatre. We know that Mumbai Saga needs a big screen experience and merits a large screen release and that is what we are doing,” he said.
The actor said he loves being part of action films and enjoys the genre. “It’s a genre that I am comfortable with. The audience finds that space very believable with me and I, too, enjoy that space. There are actors who love song and dance and I love action. Action sequences are my item numbers,” said the actor, who has been part of many action films including Shootout At Wadala and Force.
“There are different kinds of roles in action films. In Ek Villain the action was different from Satyameva Jayate. Attack has action which is very Hollywood. Each film has a different brief,” he said.

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