John Abraham, who burned the screen with his debut film Jism a decade ago, feels blessed to be a part of Indian cinema, which will celebrate its 100 years next month.
"It's been my 10 years. We have always followed Hindi films. It's been lovely and I would love to stay here as long as possible. It's an honour to be here and I am blessed to be here," said the 40-year-old actor on Wednesday at the 'Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon Charity Awards' function here.
As a part of Indian filmdom's centenary celebrations, four filmmakers - Karan Johar, Zoya Akhtar, Dibakar Banerjee and Anurag Kashyap - have come together to make Bombay Talkies. The film is slated to release on May 3.
Meanwhile, John Abraham will next be seen in Shootout At Wadala, a sequel to 2007 film Shootout at Lokhandwala, as gangster Manya Surve. The movie is releasing on May 1.