John Abraham has his plate full — with Mumbai Saga behind him, he is shooting for Mohit Suri’s Ek Villain 2 while looking forward to the Eid release of Satyameva Jayate 2. Though the Milap Zaveri- directed the first instalment was a commercial success, it had opened to poor reviews. Asked if they kept the first outing’s feedback in mind to design a better sequel, the actor says, “I thought Satyameva Jayate was a smart film. I don’t give a sh*t about critics who didn’t like it. I am not being condescending towards reviews, but lately, they have become a joke. There are people on YouTube who have a lot to say about a film. Satyameva Jayate had elements of Deewar  in it, and that’s what drew me to the franchise. My reason was clear — I believed in the film, but above anything else, I like Milap. People who criticise me aren’t feeding me.”
Abraham believes that Zaveri has a finger on the audience’s pulse, making him the perfect fit to helm the upcoming vigilante actioner.
Acknowledging that he is exercising his beliefs strongly now, Abraham says he is happy to chase stories instead of big filmmakers.