John Abraham will take Rs 20 crore for Shah Rukh Khan’s film ‘Pathan’


John Abram.

Yashraj Production’s next film ‘Pathan’ is going to prove to be the biggest action film in Bollywood till date. This is why ‘Pathan’ is planned to be released on Diwali 2021.

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  • Latest version:November 5, 2020, 12:03 p.m.

Mumbai Bollywood actor John Abraham has been signed for Yashraj Production’s next film ‘Pathan’. Directed by Siddharth Anand, the film also stars Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone in the lead roles. For the first time in this film, there is some news about John’s fee. He is said to be paying a whopping ফ 200 million for the film.

John has achieved a high position in his career. Now he is considered as an actor who can only hit in his own film. It is believed that this is why Yash Raj Banner has increased John’s fee for this film.

Although John charges Rs five to seven crore for each film, a hefty fee of Rs 20 crore is being paid for this film. According to reports, he will be seen in a negative role in the film. For which they have to shoot for a total of 60 days.

According to a report published in Bollywood Hangama, John is currently busy preparing many of his projects. Only then can he start shooting for ‘Pathan’ at the end of January next year. However, the star cast of this film is going to start shooting in November. John will go abroad with the cast in January, sources associated with the film say that it is going to be the biggest action film in Bollywood so far. That is why the plot of ‘Pathan’ is being planned to be published in Diwali 2021.

Talking about John Abraham’s film career, he has a line of many projects at the moment. He will soon be seen in Mahit Suri’s One Villain 2. The film is set to release in January 2021. He will later be seen in ‘Satyamev Jayate 2’. Divya Kumar Khosla will be seen in the lead role in this film. Apart from this, he is also busy in the preparation of ‘Mumbai Saga’ and ‘Attack’.



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