New Delhi: The time seems to be just perfect for John Abraham as last some months have proved quite fruitful for the machoman. His foray into production with 'Vicky Donor' opened a floodgate of opportunities for the actor and he appears determined to make a mark with each of his ventures. The initial promos of 'Shootout At Wadala' are generating good interest among the audience and the team behind the film looks upbeat about their content. However, John Abraham is coming up with another film 'I, Me Aur Main' before 'Shootout At Wadala', which will go public on March 1, 2013.
Lately, John has started experimenting with his roles and looks but 'I, Me Aur Main' will feature him in his usual chocolate boy avatar. Directed by Kapil Sharma, the film revolves around three characters played by John Abraham, Chitrangda Singh and Prachi Desai.
Arpita Khan, Salman Khan's sister, has wished luck for the film and its director Kapil Sharma, she wrote on Twitter, "All the best Kapil! I Me Aur Main!"
She further wrote, "Kapil is my cousin sis boy friend, he's family hence wishing the movie. It has nothing to do with who's the actor in the movie."
John Abraham and Chitrangada Singh have worked together with each other in the past but this is the first time they have been paired as a romantic couple. The same is true for the second heroine of the film Prachi Desai.
'I, Me Aur Main' has Ishan at the helm of affairs who is a charismatic, good-looking music producer from Mumbai. He stays at his girlfriend Anushka's (Chitrangda) house and takes his elder sister (Mini Mathur) and his mother (Zarina Wahab) for granted.
Fed up of his flirtatious nature, Anushka throws him out of her house. Left with no option, he moves into a dilapidated house. While his mother leaves his father and moves in with him, his sister and his best friend are upset with him.
During a time when his life is going nowhere, his new neighbour Gauri (Prachi) comes into his life. From her, he learns the importance of relationships. He takes initiative to mend and maintain his relationships. As expected, Ishaan starts liking Gauri.
Prachi Desai believes men will be able to relate to John's character and that after watching the movie they will start valuing women more.
"It is a kind of character which every man, every boy in our country is going to relate to. In general, there is a certain characteristic in all of them - they generally don't grow up that fast and because of that some become self-centred, and some are very selfish," she said.
"All these things are very relatable. It's about Ishaan (John's character) but at the same time there is so much about women in the film. I think when you will watch the film, you will start valuing us a little more," she added.
'I, Me Aur Main' means a lot for all the three leads of the film as each of them is craving for critical success, but they need to come up with superb performances to receive a share of spotlight. Ram Gopal Varma's 'The Attacks of 26/11' is likely to make their journey tough as it is also releasing on the same day. (With inputs from IANS)