John Abraham is by all accounts on another stage in his career as he has a ton of driven projects in the pipeline. He is playing an antagonist job in the Shah Rukh Khan starrer film ‘Pathan’ and also attempting a lead job in the Bollywood remake of the Malayalam hit film ‘Ayyappanum Koshiyum‘ alongside a ton of other aggressive activities.
As of late, the entertainer will bankroll the impending Malayalam film ‘Mike’ featuring entertainer Anaswara Rajan and it will be John Abraham’s introduction of Malayalam production. ‘Pathan’ is one of the most aggressive tasks of entertainer Shah Rukh Khan and is supposed to be a film that will launch his profession and by playing a main bad guy job in the film, John Abraham could truly bring back his baddie looks from his hit film ‘Dhoom’. Because of the recent incidents, SRK needed to push the shoots of his forthcoming movie ‘Pathan’ and his film with the Tamil director Atlee. Presently as indicated by reports, the go for ‘Pathan’ is rescheduled to begin this month and thus, John Abraham, who is assuming a significant part in the film got a date conflict with the Bollywood remake of ‘Ayyappanum Koshiyum’ and brought about its delay.
The Bollywood remake of ‘Ayyappanum Koshiyum’ was planned to move on January 2022 yet that will not occur as John Abraham will be occupied with the shoots of SRK starrer ‘Pathan’ until March 2022. Prior the Bollywood entertainer Abhishek Bachchan was drawn nearer to repeat the job of ‘Ayyappan Nair’ which was played by entertainer Biju Menon in the first film, yet because of date conflicts, Abhishek Bachchan moved away from the venture, and later entertainer Arjun Kapoor was chosen to assume the part of ‘Koshy Kurian’ which was played by entertainer Prithviraj in the first film.
The Bollywood redo of ‘Ayyappanum Koshiyum’ will be directed by Jagan Shakti. The story of the Malayalam movie ‘Ayyappanum Koshiyum’ which was directed by the late Sachy, rotated around the self-image conflicts of a retired havildar and a cop and was a humongous hit and director Sachy was lauded by the crowd for crafting a near-perfect engaging screenplay with balanced emotions.