John on Satyameva Jayate clashing with Akshay Kumar's Gold: There's enough space for 2 big films on a holiday

This Independence Day, John Abraham's Satyameva Jayate will be clashing with Akshay Kumar's Gold. In an interview, John opened up about his film's clash with good friend Akshay's Gold.

John Abraham is busy with the promotions of his upcoming film Satyameva Jayate that also stars Manoj Bajpayee in the lead role. The film is slated to release on August 15, 2018. It will be clashing with Akshay Kumar starrer Gold. Both the films are based on two different genres but have a patriotic sentiment running through it. In an interview with IANS, John was recently asked why he decided to release his film on Independence day, "We chose August 15 as the release date of this film because it’s a very commercial date and by releasing your film on that day, you are able to make good money through your film."

He added, "If we had a solo release of this film in the next week of Independence Day then also we would not be able to do that much business which we will be able to do on Independence Day with Gold so, it makes more sense to release it on a holiday." When asked about the clash with Akshay's Gold, he answered, "I think there is enough space for two big films on a holiday. It’s not competing. We are complementing each other. We would love if people go and see Satyameva Jayate and we would be absolutely happy if people go and see Gold."

He added, "As far as competing with Akshay is concerned, I want to make it clear that he is my senior in the industry. I love him and I have always wished the best for him and I am sure he also wants best for me."

Watch the trailer of Satyameva Jayate and Gold below:

Which film are you planning to watch this Independence Day? Satyameva Jayate or Gold? Tell us in the comments section.

Credits: IANS

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John is speaking sense and all the established actors should stop passive bullying. Everyone has a right to release a film on any day that they think works for them. Let the audience be the judge of the film they want to see.

John thinks very up of himself nowadays.

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