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John Abraham compares award functions to circuses

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Every actor loves appreciation for his/her performance, however, some don’t think that awards in Bollywood are often a way of doing so. From Aamir Khan to Kangna Ranaut, a lot of celebrities have expressed their displeasure about the rigged award ceremonies and John Abraham too isn’t very keen to attend these ceremonies. It has been a rare moment to spot this action star attending these gala evenings and John Abraham, without mincing words, also revealed why.

John Abraham recently mentioned that award functions are more like circus acts for him and that he doesn’t take it too seriously neither prefers to attend one. Although, his name was used in an award gala recently, the actor took it in his stride. When the host of the evening Riteish Deshmukh humorously stated that John cannot learn acting even in the next 15 years, John who is equally a sport responded that Riteish is a friend and he would never take these comments seriously.

As of now, John Abraham is gearing up for this week’s release Rocky Handsome, the official remake of the Korean film, The Man From Nowhere.

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The Indian Telegraph Sydney Australia

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