John Abraham is in no hurry either. Several actors have gone ahead and signed multiple film deals with major corporate houses at astronomical prices, but John has decided to go slow. "I am not in a hurry really," John tells me.
Seriously, doesn't he get insecure when he reads that an 'x' actor has signed a Rs.60 crore deal or 'y' getting into a 3-film contract for a humungous figure? Doesn't he want to be a part of this rat race? "Believe me, I have never felt insecure. And I don't believe in signing 3 or 4-film deals, even if the money is lucrative. You need to draw a line somewhere," John states.
While Aashayein is already complete (slated for release early next year), followed by Yash Raj's New York (directed by Kabeer Khan), John will begin work on Abbas Tyrewala's film. "I want to take a break once I am through with Abbas' film. I've been living out of my suitcase for a while now. I need to relax," he states.
The media was agog with rumours of John and Katrina sharing cold vibes while shooting for New York in America. If true, doesn't it hamper the quality of work? "Yes, it does! But Katrina and I are thorough professionals. It's completely false that we didn't get along, I don't know how this originated," he clarifies.
What about Bipasha? Is there a possibility of the much-in-news couple featuring in a film together? "I'd love to work with Bipasha. I loved her performances in Race as also Bachna Ae Haseeno. Bipasha was gracious enough to work with me when I was nobody (Jism). It would be an honour if I get an opportunity of working with her again," he states.