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Who's that man being bashed up by John Abraham?

Who's that man being bashed up by John Abraham?
John Abraham isn't getting all wild and ferocious for no reason in his upcoming action flick Force. After all he is being challenged by a mystery baddie, someone who hasn't been seen in a Bollywood flick before. The makers too are keeping the suspense element going and haven't revealed the identity of a 'maniac animal', as is the characterisation of this young villain, who is responsible for John creating all mayhem on screen. "There is a history behind this strategy", says a source, "Even Tamil as well as Telugu versions of Force featured largely untried villains. While a newcomer called Jeeven had featured in Kaakha..Kaakha: The Police which had Suriya in lead, Venkatesh starrer Gharshana had Saleem Baig making his big screen debut. What was common in both baddies was that they looked like normal youngsters walking on the street. It was this facet that brought out the suspense element
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Who's that man being bashed up by John Abraham?

Who's that man being bashed up by John Abraham?
John Abraham isn't getting all wild and ferocious for no reason in his upcoming action flick Force. After all he is being challenged by a mystery baddie, someone who hasn't been seen in a Bollywood flick before. The makers too are keeping the suspense element going and haven't revealed the identity of a 'maniac animal', as is the characterisation of this young villain, who is responsible for John creating all mayhem on screen. "There is a history behind this strategy", says a source, "Even Tamil as well as Telugu versions of Force featured largely untried villains. While a newcomer called Jeeven had featured in Kaakha..Kaakha: The Police which had Suriya in lead, Venkatesh starrer Gharshana had Saleem Baig making his big screen debut. What was common in both baddies was that they looked like normal youngsters walking on the street. It was this facet that brought out the suspense element
See full article at BollywoodHungama »

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