Nikkhil Advani News
Their choices clearly show both actor John Abraham and filmmaker Nikkhil Advani have a keen interest in being a part of stories that revolve around national interest and real-life events. The duo's latest collaboration "Batla House" has again started a conversation along those lines among the common people, and they firmly state their brand of patriotism is different from the ‘nationalist attitude.
After successfully experimenting with patriotism genres in his last few releases, John Abraham is all set to be back on the big screen this Independence Day with 'Batla House'. With less than 24 hours for the film to hit the screen, the actor has been on a promotional spree, travelling across the country, appealing the audience to come out in large numbers to watch the film in theatres.
When and who decided to not catch, but to kill? With this question on mind, screenwriter and filmmaker Sanjay Gupta began working on encounter-based movies "Shootout At Lokhandwala" and "Shootout At Wadala" years ago. A third part in the "Shootout" series is in the pipeline, but before that he has a gangster drama which will again touch upon police encounters -- a genre that is one of the hottest trends in Bollywood right now.