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    Default 'Force' Factor: Macho John Turns Hunkier!

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    Sex appeal will soar and collective pulse rates will swerve into overdrive over the beefy twist in the tale. John Abraham, certified hunk and heart stopper male, is all set to get zillions of females (and scores of certain males too, ahem) drooling over his physicality some more. And it's all gonna happen with terrific 'Force'.

    John Abraham, who's bagged low innings recently at the cine stakes, is all set to regain lost ground with 'Force' produced by Vipul Amrutlal Shah and helmed by the shy and bearded Nishikant Kamat ( 'Mumbai Meri Jaan' in 2008).

    Being revved up for a mid 2011 release, 'Force', the Hindi remake of the Tamil super winner 'Kaakha Kaakha' starring Surya, will have John Abraham enacting a cop and romancing Genelia D'Souza on screen, both firsts for the actor.

    'Force', a joint venture between Fox Star Studios and Vipul A Shah is being touted as an action flick having spectacular action sequences that "are going to be a first for Indian audiences."

    High praise has been forthcoming for Johnny Boy on both counts. Lauding his efforts Shah declares in a media quote that "John has surprised me with his performance and this is one of his best films." Director Kamat too hails Johnny Boy in a newspaper talk stating, "I could not have asked for a more dedicated actor than John who was very involved in every aspect of filmmaking. And that makes him a treat to work with."

    John's 'Force' promises to be a full throttle action flick, resonating heavily along the lines of Aditya Chopra's 'Dhoom.'

    An elated John admits in a tabloid chat that "it's been a long wait to revisit action in films," though he's delighted that the timing is just right. Says John, " Vipul offered me the film because he feels that I am an action hero and with Nishikant I have discovered the magic of raw action. But what is really more beautiful is the romance in 'Force'. I believe that this will be my first pan India film after a long gap."

    Surely, no more cry, cry…



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