Ash, Abhi and John together in Suniel Shetty’s film Raaste

Suniel Shetty recently announced the production of his next film at the GIFA event held in Kuala Lumpur. Suniel will be joining hands with Shobha and Ekta Kapoor’s Balaji Telefilms to produce the film. The film has been titled ‘Raaste’ and will star Abhishek Bachchan, John Abraham, Sikander Kher and Aishwarya Rai. The film is based on bike and car racing. John will once again be seen in his cool biker dude look and is extremely excited about doing the film. Ash and Abhi have once again been cast together in this film. The film will be directed by debutant Vicky Singh.
A small promo of the film was unveiled for the audiences at the GIFA event; however none of the actors were shown but instead a number of cars racing each other. First time director Vicky confirms the film and says “Yes it’s true that John plays a biker while Abhishek plays a racer. Sikander is also an amazingly intriguing character.” John Abraham who was present during the event said “It feels really good that I will again be seen on the bike in Raaste. I always thought that if I have to be seen with my bike once again in any film, it has to be something special and that’s when this script came along. I am looking forward to do the film.” The look for John and all the other actors still has to be worked on. According to some sources the film’s storyline revolves around three friends who turn foes because of one woman.

Definitely seems like an interesting story. In all probability Ash is the one woman vying for all or boys’ attention. John catapulted to fame when he was seen as a negative biker in Dhoom, so hopefully this time too the actor will make a mark. As for Abhishek hopefully he will not be overshadowed by John like he was in Dhoom. Director Vicky further adds “Both Ash and Abhi suit the character so they are in the film, Aishwarya is doing research on sports and that’s when she encounters these three guys who are also connected to sports. I am very excited with the project and waiting to start the film.”