John Abraham, whose film Madras Cafe is all set to release on August 23, is very miffed with the objections, the movie is facing. Madras Cafe deals with the 1980's Sri Lankan conflict and certain groups have protested against the film. But the leading actor, John, says that he will not accept any kind of protests.
Madras Cafe is directed by Shoojit Sircar, who directed Vicky Donor in the past. Since the movie deals with a sensitive and controversial subject, many groups have demanded a ban on it. Talking about Madras Cafe, John told to IANS that there have been a lot of enquiries from ruling parties and the opposition parties about the film as they want to see the film. The actor added that he is ready to show the film to them, but only when they watch it as viewers.
"We may have a preview a day before the release like it normally happens. We don't have any issues showing the film to them. But if someone protests and puts a gun to our head and says we will decide on its release after seeing it, we won't accept that. I will not accept it, no one messes with us like that," John Abraham further added.
Madras Cafe also stars Nargis Fakhri in the leads.