John Abraham, who is regarded as as one of the vital fittest actors in Bollywood, grew to become a 12 months older on Thursday (December 17). The ‘Dostana’ actor, identified for his chiselled abs and just right seems to be, gained a unique marvel from his ‘Mumbai Saga’ co-star Kajal Aggarwal on his forty eighth birthday.
Kajal Aggarwal’s Photograph With John Abraham
The preferred, who made her Bollywood debut with ‘Singham’, shared an unseen behind-the-scene photograph from the units of ‘Mumbai Saga’. She can also be noticed posing with John, Rohit Roy and Prateikh Babbar within the image. The ‘Sita’ actress shared the snap in conjunction with the caption, “Satisfied Birthday John Abraham. Hope you’ve gotten tremendous one.”
Kajal donned a standard Maharashtrian apparel for her personality within the movie whilst John wore a black blouse. The ‘Dhoom’ celebrity sported a tilak and beard. Take a look at the photograph!
Kajal additionally took to Twitter to proportion a heartfelt put up for John Abraham. She tweeted, “Satisfied birthday @TheJohnAbraham hope you’re having an excellent one!”
Mumbai Saga Unlock Date & Celebrity Forged
The movie, directed via Sanjay Gupta, additionally stars Emraan Hashmi Suniel Shetty and Sharman Joshi in pivotal roles. John Abraham shall be noticed within the position of a gangster whilst Emraan will essay the nature of a police officer. The film used to be at the beginning slated to hit the silver displays on June 19, 2020; on the other hand, it could not free up because of the COVID-19 disaster. The makers are but to announce the brand new free up date of ‘Mumbai Saga’.
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At the skilled entrance, John has a number of thrilling initiatives in his kitty together with ‘Assault’, ‘Satyameva Jayate 2’ and ‘Pathan’. He’ll reportedly play the antagonist in Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone starrer ‘Pathan’.
Kajal Aggarwal, who tied the knot with Gautam Kitchlu on October 30, has ‘Indian 2’ and different big-budget initiatives in pipeline.
This is wishing John Abraham a more than happy birthday!