John Abraham says whenever he is asked to put an ‘item number’ in his films, it ‘kills’ him – Times of India
In a recent interview, John said that it pains him when a producer asks him to add an ‘item number’ in his films. He said that he doesn’t want the music of his films to ever break the narrative.
In an interview with Tried and Refused Productions, John revealed that ‘Jism’ is still his most favourite album. He also said that he has accidentally got very nice songs, but also got extremely bad songs.
Earlier, his films like ‘Satyamev Jayate’, ‘Satyamev Jayate 2’, ‘Rocky Handsome’ and ‘Batla House’ featured special numbers by Nora Fatehi.
Recently, John spoke about his action-packed film ‘Attack’. Speaking about the inspiration behind the film, John shared, “We were inspired by a guy named Nathan Copeland, an American civilian on a wheelchair with a chip implanted in his brain and electric nodes sticking out. His nervous system is telling his muscle to raise his hand, but he can’t do it because his communication is cut off. That chip becomes the bridge. With all those nodes sticking out of him, his brain can command his body. So that man is able to walk today.”
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