Mon, 11 Nov 2013 06:45:00 GMT | By PTI

My films don't aim at Rs 100 crore club: John Abraham

To me quality of a movie matters and not Rs 100 crore club, says actor-turned-producer John Abraham


My films don't aim at Rs 100 crore club: John Abraham (© Varinder Chawla)

Jamshedpur: John Abraham says he prefers to produce quality movies rather than aiming at the Rs 100 crore club.

John, 40, produced films like 'Vicky Donor' and self-starrer 'Madras Cafe'. Both the films were received well by the audience.

"To me quality of a movie matters and not Rs 100 crore club," Abraham said.

The 'Dostana' star was in the steel city for the last two days to shoot his next home production 'Banana'.

Refusing to divulge much about the story line of the movie, he said the film is being directed by debutant Sajid Ali and would attract audience of all age group.

Abraham, who is also starring in the film, said it is expected to hit theatres in December next year.

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