Mumbai: Motion movie ‘Assault’, starring John Abraham, is slated to be launched in theatres on August 13, the makers introduced on Sunday (February 21). Based mostly on a real story of a hostage disaster, ‘Assault’ additionally options Jacqueline Fernandez and Rakul Preet Singh.
Written and helmed by debutant director Lakshya Raj Anand, the movie stars Abraham as a lone ranger who leads an assault crew throughout a counter operation. ‘Assault’ is a joint collaboration between Abraham’s manufacturing banner JA Leisure, Jayantilal Gada’s Pen Studios and Ajay Kapoor Productions. The actor stated ‘Assault’ aligned together with his imaginative and prescient to make entertaining and high-on-content movies. “At JA Leisure, it’s our endeavour to push the envelope and produce movies that entertain and have one thing considerably totally different to point out to our more and more discerning viewers. “Releasing the movie in theatres this Independence weekend, provides to my pleasure,” Abraham stated in a press release.
The ‘Satyameva Jayate’ star described the movie as a ‘taut motion entertainer’ and stated it ticked all of the packing containers for him. ‘Assault’ was initially introduced for an August 2020 launch however was delayed because of the coronavirus-induced nationwide lockdown. Gada stated the crew’s resolution to launch the movie in theatres is an extension of their assist to movie exhibitors and cinema corridor house owners who suffered losses final 12 months because of the pandemic.
“By planning to carry it to theatres on 13th August 2021, we’re standing by movie exhibitors and theatre house owners who’ve survived a really troublesome 12 months in the course of the COVID-19 disaster. “John and his manufacturing home have conceived an outstanding movie and other people will flock to look at it on the large display screen!” the producer stated. Kapoor stated ‘Assault’ chronicles an ‘participating and vital story’.
“It is a pleasure to launch the movie on Independence (Day) weekend when its story will resonate with folks much more,” he stated.