From being a model to establishing himself as a full-fledged actor, John Abraham's journey has been like a roller-coaster ride and is inspiring for numerous reasons. John has been in films for about two decades now but still the actor feels that he is still struggling to make a mark in Bollywood. Despite giving many successful movies, the actor feels that he hasn’t achieved a strong footing.View this post on Instagram
He said, “Honestly, at the risk of sounding humble -- which I don't want to -- I still believe I am struggling and trying to make a mark. I have told everyone on set that I am grateful to be on a film set. I have become more cognizant of it today than what I was back then.”
The actor added that he has grown a lot during these years in the industry. "There was a sense of frivolity and a sense of casual callousness about my behaviour at the start of my career, where I wasn't scared of failure. Today, I am not scared but grateful for my journey. It teaches you a lot," he added.View this post on Instagram
He also said that he has made this far just because of his conviction and added that he only gives credit to himself for making this far in an industry despite the cut-throat competition. "Someone said that I am the only model who has made it. But today, when I think about it, I think that's true and it's because of my choices and sense of self-conviction. I only give myself a pat on my back and credit for where I have reached," he added.
On the work front, John was last seen in Mumbai Saga and has a busy lineup ahead. He will be seen in the sequel of Milap Zaveri's Satyameva Jayate, where he will play a double role alongside Divya Khosla Kumar, Rajeev Pillai, and Anup Soni in pivotal characters. He also has Attack with Jacqueline Fernandez and Rakul Preet Singh.View this post on Instagram
Apart from these, he will be seen opposite Disha Patani in Ek Villain Returns and also has Shah Rukh Khan-Deepika Padukone starrer Pathan in his kitty.