John Abraham makes Shilpa Shetty wince and scream by showing off his veiny arm on India’s Got Talent. Watch

Actress Shilpa Shetty shared a video from the productions of India’s Got Talent season 9 on Twitter. In the BTS clip, actors Rakul Preet Singh, Jacqueline Fernandez and John Abraham are seen sitting next to Shilpa. The trio came to the reality show to market their film Attack, which was released on April 1, 2022. (Also read: Shilpa Shetty smashes a glass bottle at Rohit Shetty and shouts ‘picture do mujhe’, he answers ‘Pagal hai kya?’ Look at)

Shilpa shared the clip and wrote: “Ek slap mein poora map pesh kar diya. Humaare ‘Super Soldier’ ​​ne poora #Attack plan kar diya (In one fell swoop he presented the whole map and our super soldier planned the whole attack). Aap log bhi zaroor dekhiyega, ‘Attack’ apne nazdeekee cinemas mein aaj se (Watch the attack at your nearby movie theaters).

In the video, Shilpa can be seen talking to Jacqueline and Rakul, that their Google Maps does not work. She then turns to John and asks him to show the maps, after which he strikes his left arm, which becomes veined. Shilpa looks at it and screams. Jacqueline and Rakul can be heard saying “Oh my God.” John then points to his arm and asks them, “Where do you want to go? Bandra?”

(Also read: Attack movie review: John Abraham’s super soldier offers a welcome break from the heartbreaking nationalism)

John, Rakul and Jacqueline are currently marketing their film Attack. In the film, John plays the role of Arjun, a super-soldier “created to fight terrorism and stop the rampant terrorist attacks”. The film also has Prakash Raj and Ratna Pathak Shah in central roles. The first part of the film, directed by Lakshya Raj Anand, was released in theaters on April 1, 2022.

According to the Hindustan Times review of the film, “John looks seamless in his action hero avatar. This genre, for obvious reasons, comes naturally to him. He mixes vulnerability with strength with ease and his physical preparations are also visible on the screen throughout the film. I just felt that the transition could have been a little more real.The way his character suddenly intensifies and looks more alert than ever even though he has been paralyzed for a long time is a bit much to digest.Rakul delivers a convincing act and looks confident on screen.Lakshya tries “not even give depth to Saba’s character. Even Jacqueline in an extended cameo adds glamor to the screen, but an abrupt love story has an equally abrupt end.”


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