These digits resemble the toll free contact numbers, right? But hey, what’s “Love” doing in there? 1-800-Love is a full on romantic comedy that will rock Bollywood next year. Surely you remember Abbas Tyrewala, the guy who gave us Imran Khan in his very first directorial venture, Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na! Now Abbas is all set to make his second film and “1-800-Love” is the title of this project. All the gals out there, you’d be ecstatic to know that the original poster boy John Abraham has been signed by Abbas for “1-800-Love”. In fact John is co-producing the film. Says Abbas, “’After hearing the narration, John not only loved the script, he wanted to come on as a partner. So, effectively, the project will have three producers – Madhu K., John and myself.” We wonder what is Bollywood coming to! Actors are turning producers and directors. At the same time directors like Karan Johar, singers, music composers etc are all trying to switch to a career in front of the camera. Role reversal, eh! John Abraham, the greatest looking hunk in our country, has been looking for unconventional roles ever since he did movies like No Smoking, Water, Goal etc. John is currently shooting for Kabeer Khan’s film on terrorism, titled “New York”. John will also soon be seen in Nagesh Kukunnor’s soon-to-be-released “Aashayein”. This year, John has a major release in Dostana. If you have seen the promos, you already know how hot John is looking in this film. 1-800-Love will be shot in Boston next April in a grueling start-to-finish schedule. Hopefully, this will be one of the biggest names in Bollywood next year. Cheers to that!!!
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