Bollywood action star John Abraham is all busy these days promoting his upcoming release, ‘Batla House‘, which happens to be in news all over.
The action thriller based on the Batla House encounter case, which took place in 2008, is one of the most awaited releases of the year.
The latest news related to the film is, recently John along with his gorgeous co-star, Mrunal Thakur visited ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’, for the film’s promotions.
John and Kapil had a gala time on the sets of the show, at first the duo discussed John’s fitness along with Archana Puran Singh.
Following which the ‘Batla House’ actor shared a funny incident which occurred on the sets of his 2006 release, ‘Taxi No 9211‘, as John explained how his mom stalled the shooting of the film.
As John said, “There was this particular action sequence which I was filming for my film ‘Taxi No 9211‘. I was lying on the road listening to the action director’s instructions on how to roll when the cars are coming towards me as it was part of the action sequence. My mom happened to pass by the location, when all of a sudden she saw me, she was all scared, and she started screaming in Gujarati ‘Maro Dikro, Maro Dikro!!” (Oh My son, Oh my Son!) she urged people to help me, but it was only after a while she realized that it was just a part of shooting after she saw the cameras placed.”
Here’s the clip:
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The episode will be telecasted on Sony TV on Saturday and Sunday at 9:30 Pm
Talking further about ‘Batla House‘, so far the trailer and songs have been well appreciated by the audience.
Apart from John and Mrunal, ‘Batla House‘ also stars Ravi Kishan in a major role.
The John starrer has been helmed by Nikkhil Advani and will release on 15th August on occasion of Independence Day.