John compares 'Dishoom' to 'Bad Boys', 'Lethal Weapon'

John compares 'Dishoom' to 'Bad Boys', 'Lethal Weapon'

John compares 'Dishoom' to 'Bad Boys', 'Lethal Weapon'

 Actor John Abraham has compared his upcoming film "Dishoom", where he will be seen with Varun Dhawan and Jacqueline Fernandez, to the American 'cop-buddy' films.

"We both are partners and we do everything together in the film. We have a lot of fun. It's an action-thriller-comedy film and it has romance as well. After a long time you will see a buddy cop film like 'Bad Boys', 'Lethal Weapon'," John said at an event here.

John and the star boxer Vijender Singh visited Jamnabai Narsee School in suburban Vile Parle to promote the July 16 fight in Delhi between Vijender and the Australian Kerry Hope.

"Lethal Weapon" is a series of buddy cop action films starring Mel Gibson and Danny Glover. "Bad Boys" is an American buddy cop action-comedy film directed by Michael Bay.

The 43-year-old actor is hopeful that the audience will like "Dishoom", set to release on July 29. It is directed by Rohit Dhawan.

The "Madras Café" actor wants to attend the Rio Olympics. "I will be shooting for "Force 2" soon, but even if get five days off I will go (to the Olympics). I wish the Indian contingent all the best. I am overtly patriotic... country comes first to me," he added.

John also told the students about his daily routine.
"I wake up at 4 am and do training between 5.30 to 7 am, depends on what training I want to do. Then I start shooting 9 am to 9 pm, sleep at 10 and wake up at 4 am. So there is no party, it's all work," he added.

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