John Abraham will film his next biker movie on the TT circuit on the Isle of Man
After a streak of films based on patriotic themes, actor John Abraham is ready to put on his helmet once again in his next motorcycle movie still without a title. John will star in and co-produce the film as well. The actor had announced the movie in March of this year.
According to reports, the actor obtained permission to film parts of the film in the Isle of Man TT circuit. The 60.72 km race track is one of the fastest and deadliest in the world, with average speeds much higher than modern MotoGP racing. Roads are closed to the public during any race event and a crash during the race usually means hitting a house, a stone wall or a tree.
The movie will be directed by Rensil D'Silva , who has previously made films like 'Kurbaan' and 'Ungli'. John said the film has been in development for a couple of years, so it has been a well thought out plan on how the creators wanted to proceed with it. The actor added that he has seen many races on the Isle of Man and that the team has made the recognition.
The 'Batla House' actor also revealed that he met Company Minister Laurence Skelly and granted him permission for the team to film the film. The film will begin shooting in April next year. The actor reveals that the filming of the film is scheduled so that they can film the Tourist Trophy of the Isle of Man live and the South 100 That happens every summer.