John Abraham asks reporter to apologise to the public for asking such question

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John Abraham, a well-known actor asked a journalist to apologize to the public after he asked if John would like to “tempt” people to retaliate to the Pulwama attack through his movie, “Romeo Akbar Walter”.

Abraham asked the reporter to be careful about his ways while asking questions, it is a big responsibility and he should apologize to the public.

He said that the movie is not a nationalist project and that he prefers to avoid jingoistic movies. He further added, “It’s very important to make films with good stories. If tomorrow, there’s a great patriotic film, I would love to do it. But I would not like to do jingoistic films. I am not anti any other country, I am not anti any other religion”.

The actor also said that the movie is not judgemental on any basis. It is not a typical patriotic movie and that he is proud of the movie. The movie required a lot of accurate research as the movie is on a sensitive topic and the team did it successfully.

The movie is directed by Robbie Grewal and it is an espionage thriller on the story of a spy who goes to Pakistan.

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