After Alia Bhatt, John Abraham plays an Indian spy in RAW



While we prepare for a film on Indian covert agent, the arrival of the Alia Bhatt starrer Raazi this week, the following film on the 70s Indian government agent is the John Abraham film RAW otherwise known as Romeo Akbar Walter. For the uninitiated, this film at first was to highlight Sushant Singh Rajput however after the performing artist quit, it was supplanted by John Abraham. Furthermore, considering that the film will go on floor soon, the producers are presently enthused about settling the search for the film.

Remembering that the said movie is set 70s, executive Robby Grewal had uncovered that the working of RAW amid those days was very unique. Going to his look, reports recommend that the producers need him to wear a buzz cut. Besides, discussing his physical make-up, John won’t amplify for this or rather he would brandish a more slender casing.

Moreover, it is likewise being said that the activity in RAW otherwise known as Romeo Akbar Walter will be unique. Robby Grewal admitted in reports that despite the fact that it will have activity groupings, it won’t be a quintessential activity film. It falls more into the class of spine chiller as it tries to bring the gathering of people into the attitude and working of a government operative. He additionally declared that one wouldn’t see John thrashing 10 men at once dissimilar to his other activity wanders.

Starting at now, John Abraham has as of now kick began the prep for the film. He is at present taking a shot at his build and undertaking preparing towards making it more slender. Additionally, he has been helping the group of RAW – chief Robby, makers Ajay Kapoor and Bunty Walia and Makeup craftsman Vikram Gaikwad keeping in mind the end goal to conclude a flawless look.

Talking on the account of the movie, chief Robby Grewal kept up that it is an anecdotal story of a government agent. In any case, he rushed to include that the occurrences out of sight are without a doubt roused by genuine since the film is set against the background of the India-Pakistan war in 1971.

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