"Force 2 probably would have done 50 per cent more business in normal days. But we don't have any complaints," said John Abraham
Sonakshi said, "They used to say God Bless America and now its God bless the world" while John was a little more circumspect when he said, "I was in Boston recently. I asked a war veteran who you would vote for. He said Bernie Sanders because the other two are hilarious."
On Wednesday, reports suggested that Mardaani star Tahir Raj Bhasin had been cast in place of Ali, one of the three Pakistani actors whose casting in Bollywood films raised objections from certain quarters in light of the Uri attacks
Tahir Raj Bhasin shot for a promotional song for Dear Zindagi which fueled speculations that he may have replace Pakistani actor Ali Zafar in the film
Rang Laal delivers as per its title's suggestion - shot entirely in dark hues of crimson, with the leading pair of John and Sonakshi Sinha red with anger, belting out this intense tune
Tahir says he underwent a difficult training session for the film and his co-star John, helped him a lot during that period
"I am trying to do something different after Force 2. However, I love doing action movies. It is like second nature to me, but I don't want to do a destructive role. I like comedy as well, especially slapstick comedy," John Abraham said at the trailer launch of his forthcoming film Force 2
Force 2 stars Sonakshi Sinha, John Abraham and Tahir Raj Bhasin in lead roles. Together John and Sonakshi are on a mission to put an end to Tahir's sinister plan to destroy RAW
"I got a call from Yash Raj Films (YRF) for a role in Mardaani. They wanted me to audition for a role of a villain (and) I found the part interesting. But then they (YRF) called up saying they have got a young villain and wanted me to play a police officer. I was not keen on playing that role"
"I have to say that in this project, working with John Abraham and Sonakshi Sinha has been an absolute blast. Sonakshi is an absolute rockstar. She has got a great taste in fashion and music"
Nimrat Kaur and Tahir Raj Bhasin, who perfectly fit into the roles of Archie and Nikhil respectively, embark on a road trip to Pune but are found chatting by the roadside somewhere in-between. A crashed, smoke-billowing car can also be seen in the background as they have a heart-to-heart conversation
"I am looking at the larger picture. As long as qualitative work is happening, it doesn't matter how quickly or frequently I am getting. People don't consider anymore when he signed on his second film, rather they focus on how qualitative work he did. And that's what I believe in"