RAW trailer released; list of patriotic movies by John Abraham
New Delhi : After the super hit Parmanu, John Abraham is set to break record with his upcoming patriotic movie Romeo Akbar Walter. In the film, John will be seen as an agent out to save his country. The first trailer of RAW has been released online on Monday. “His dharma was to protect his nation against all evils and enemies. Here’s presenting the trailer of Romeo. Akbar. Walter. In cinemas on 5th April,” John wrote in a tweet.
To mention, John Abraham has done good number of patriotic genre films in the Bollywood, till date. With chiseled body and sharp looks, the actor is a perfect fit for movies which deals with goons and guns. Be it films like Force, Force 2, Madras Cafe, Dishoom, Satyameva Jayate, Parmanu or the latest RAW film, Abraham is the hero who is not just about the body, but also about brains. Let's take a look at the list of John Abraham's patriotic movies smeared with high-octane actions and patriotism.
Released in 2013, the film talks about an Indian intelligence agent journeys to a war-torn coastal island to break a resolute rebel group and meets a passionate journalist. Directed by Shoojit Sircar, John Abraham and Nargis Fakri starrer movie was a big hit of the time.
Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran
Based on the real story, the film has narrated the situation of India during the country's confidential nuclear test series at Pokhran led by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, during the time of PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee's tenure. Besides John, Boman Irani, Diana Penty and Anuja Sathe worked in the film directed by Abhishek Sharma.
Directed by Milap Zaveri, the 2018 film casted John Abraham, Manoj Bajpayee, Aisha Sharma and Amruta Khanvilkar. In the film, DCP Shivansh has been tasked to catch Vir, the man behind police killings in the city. Both are eventually against the same enemy but divided by a fine line, the law.
RAW- Romeo Akbar Walter
As the trailer suggest, the upcoming nationalist movie of John Abraham is about the war with Pakistan. Abraham continues his streak of patriotic films, a new spy-thriller, which seems like the role of Alia Bhatt in Raazi and Ben Affleck in Argo. The film is set against the backdrop of the India-Pakistan war of 1971 and is said