John moves on, wants to focus only on career

By Hindustan Times

Actor John Abraham has moved on since his infamous split with actor Bipasha Basu. Abraham, 38, has hit back full throttle with his latest flick, Force, and is now concentrating whole and soul on his career.

“I only want to do great action and comedy for the next five years,” says the actor, who has films such as Shootout At Wadala, Desi Boyz, Dostana 2, Race 2 and I Me Aur Main in his kitty. Abraham, who is now turning producer, also reveals his plans to don the director’s cap. Read on to find more.

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On life after break-up
Life’s still the same (after the split), but I’d really not talk about anything… I’ve not planned anything in my life. I just want to do good films. That’s all what I want to do at this point.

On getting hitched
There’s nothing yet that I’ve thought of. I don’t know when is that going to happen. But when it does happen, everybody will know. As of now, I’m more focus on my work than anything else.

On getting choosy
I do just one film a year and that’s because with that I kind of change my look (for the character). I think people appreciate that. It’s deliberate. The idea is to experiment and that’s what I enjoy.

On weight loss/gain
I lost 16 kilos for Aashayein and then I put on over eight kilos for Force. Now I’ve already lost eight kilos for a film called I Me Aur Main, which I’m co-producing. I enjoy the whole process.

On singing, direction
Yes, I’m going to sing in Shootout At Wadala. The only thing that is left now is to direct, and I’ll definitely direct soon, but that soon is not before five or six years. Till then I just want to enjoy acting.

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