Producer John Abraham to do commercially viable projects

Producer John Abraham to do commercially viable projects

John Abraham

MUMBAI: Film actor and producer John Abraham has said that as a producer he will work only projects that are commercially viable.

The actor, however, said that his acting projects will not be decided by commercial reasons. Abraham has acted in more than 30 films since his debut in 2003.

"I am an actor and there are two sides to me... Right and left. The left side thinks as a producer and the right side thinks as an actor. So when I think from right side you make choices that are not based on commercial reasons. And I am very clear about. And I don‘t have any problem about it," John has been quoted as saying.

He said that as an actor, he would love a sequel to No Smoking but will do the project when he sees it has a box office potential. "I would love to do a sequel to No Smoking. Most people have expressed shock. But this is the actor side of me that thinks that way."

John is of the hope that his next film Madras Cafe will click well at the box office. "If Vicky Donor worked, I know Madras Cafe will work on sheer economics. As a producer I know that I have selected a script that I am absolutely sure of," he added.