Note ban did affect ‘Force 2’: John Abraham

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Mumbai: Bollywood actor John Abraham feels that although his movie ‘Force 2’ is doing well but currency ban did affect the collections on the box office. The actor was seen in the character of a police officer named ACP Yashvardhan in the movie and is the second instalment of ‘Force’. John firmly also believes that if the movie has a good script nothing can stop the viewers to watch the movie and will surely do well at the box office.

John justifying his statement further went on to say that: “Demonetisation did affect ‘Force 2’ marginally. But the fact is after ‘Madras Cafe’ I have not seen so much positive reviews from the audience. ‘Force 2’ showed everybody in the entertainment industry that if your content is good, people will come and watch. This film probably would have done 50 per cent more business in normal days. But we don’t have any complaints. We have a run till ‘Dangal’ as there are no single screen films.”

The movie is produced by the actor’s production house JA Entertainment and the venture also stars Sonakshi Sinha as the lead actress and Tahir Raj Bhasin which is directed by Abhinay Deo.

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By:- Prishita Rathi

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