TV not on John Abraham's wish list, yet
Mumbai: John Abraham says right now he is not thinking about switching from the big to the small screen because he believes movies are the right platform for him.
John has made appearances on TV shows like 'Kaun Banega Crorepati' and 'Indian Idol' to promote films, but he is not thinking about taking up any TV assignment.
"No, I will not host (any show on TV). I am not interested in going on the small screen as of now. I don't have any desire to go there," John said in an interview.
"I am fit for the large screen and I will stay there," he added.
After a successful career as a model and actor, John ventured into film production with 'Vicky Donor', which received a fantastic response from both the audience as well as the critics.
His second production venture 'Madras Cafe', in which he played the lead role, too won lots of appreciation.
Now, John is busy with another production, tentatively titled 'Hamara Bajaj'.
His acting assignments include 'Welcome Back' and 'Dostana 2'.
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