John Abraham Mad At a Journalist

John Abraham

John Abraham is going all out to promote his picture Attack. Recently, during one of the promotions, John became irritated with a journalist who asked him about the 'unrealistic action sequences in his films.' The actor lost his cool and referred to the journalist as "dumb." John has now addressed the matter and explained why he was irritated by the inquiry.  

For the uninitiated, a journalist recently claimed at a promotional event that 'it is too much when you are seen fighting 200 people all by yourself, throwing away bikes and stopping choppers with your hands."

In return, John apologised sarcastically to the journalist for 'offending' him. "Bichara, I think he is very frustrated," he said. In response to a subsequent query, John stated, "I am trying to be mentally fit to answer some crazy questions as people are so dumb. Sorry sir, aap dimaag chod kar aa gaye. I apologise for you. I apologise for you."

In response to the event, John told, "The press, some of you, I don't generalise, at times, ask very stupid questions, there's no basis for it also. And I understand we all are humans, at times I really get riled up when I get asked a stupid question." In addition, John stated, "Talking about the promotions of the film, the press has generally been very supportive. So, when we talk about the press, it is important to make them aware of the film. Because it is through you guys that people come to know when a film is released. Of course, there are advertisements and marketing also, but the real promotion of the film is the film itself. If your film is good, it will work. If your film is not good, it won't work."

On April 1, Attack, starring Rahul Preet Singh and Jacqueline Fernandez, was released.

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