Mumbai, 21 February (PTI) The action film “Attack” with John Abraham is due to take place on 13 The makers announced on Sunday that it will be released in cinemas

Based on a true story of a hostage crisis, “Attack” also stars Jacqueline Fernandez and Rakul Preet Singh

The film was written and directed by debutant Lakshya Raj Anand and plays Abraham as a lone ranger who leads an attack team during a counter-operation

“Attack” is a collaboration between Abraham’s production banner JA Entertainment, Jayantilal Gadas Pen Studios and Ajay Kapoor’s Kyta Productions

“At JA Entertainment we strive to set new standards and produce films that entertain our increasingly discerning audience and show something completely different

“The film’s release in theaters this Independence weekend adds to my excitement,” Abraham said in a statement

Star “Satyameva Jayate” described the film as a “tight action entertainer” and said it met all of the criteria for it

“Attack” was originally announced for release in August 2020 but has been delayed due to the nationwide lockdown caused by coronavirus

Gada said the team’s decision to bring the film to theaters is an expansion of their support to include film exhibitors and theater owners who suffered losses over the past year due to the pandemic

“With the planning on 13 To bring to cinemas August 2021, we stand by film exhibitors and theater owners who survived a very difficult year during the COVID-19 crisis

“John and his production house have come up with a phenomenal film and people will be gathering to see it on the big screen!” the producer said

“It is a pleasure to release the film on Independence Weekend (day) when its story continues to resonate with the people,” he told PTI JUR RDS
RDS

Disclaimer: This story was not edited by Outlook Staff and is automatically generated from feeds from news agencies Source: PTI

Independence Day

World News – FI – John Abraham books weekend publication for Independence Day for “Attack”

Source: https://www.outlookindia.com/newsscroll/john-abraham-books-independence-day-weekend-release-for-attack/2033609