John Abraham Feels Safer Doing Stunts Outside India
He handsome hunk John Abraham has been seen performing almost superhuman feats in his different movies. His audience has watched with bated breath as he defied death with his action in films like Force and Shootout at Lokhandwala. But with the recent accident of Hrithik Roshan, John was moved to declare that he felt much safer performing stunts outside India.
Hrithik Roshan, who is known for performing most of the stunts of his films himself was shooting for his movie Bang Bang in Phuket, Thailand where he hurt his head. The problem resurfaced some days later and ultimately he was diagnosed with subdural hematoma – a blood clot between the middle and inner layer of the covering of the brain. He had to undergo surgery and he has now been discharged and reported to be recovering nicely.
Reacting to this incident, John Abraham declared that he too had had his quota of accidents doing stunts and it is much safer to do the stunts outside India. He told the reporters, "We heroes need to be more safer while doing action. I've broken all my bones. As an actor we are suppose to be fit and fine. We need to be more protective and I am ensure safety measures are taken."
Talking about the recent injury of Hrithik, the actor said, "I am happy that he is doing fine. Thank God, he is recovering. I feel doing stunts is safer outside than in India."
John has shot the stunts and action sequence of his upcoming film, Madras Café in Thailand and Malaysia. Still, one cannot help but observe that Hrithik got his injury while shooting in Phuket, Thailand.
Madras Café is being produced by John – his second venture after Vicky Donor. He is starring opposite Nargis Fakhri. This political thriller directed by Soojit Sarkar will be released in the August of this year and John is very confident about the film. "Holidays help you to get special opening, but after that it is the quality of the film that takes you ahead. I am very confident about 'Madras Cafe'. This is a very special child. We have spent around six years on the script," he said.
While John is known for his stunts and action sequence in films like Race 2 and Shootout at Wadala, he will also be seen in romantic comedies like Dostana 2 and Welcome back.