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Parmanu: The Story Of Pokhran is an upcoming Indian Hindi film, directed by Abhishek Sharma and produced by Zee Studio, JA Entertainment and Kriaj Entertainment. It feautres John Abraham in the lead role. It is slated to release on 8 December 2017.

It's a wrap on the shoot of John Abraham - Diana Penty starrer, 'Parmanu- The Story of Pokhran.'

It's a wrap on the shoot of John Abraham - Diana Penty starrer, 'Parmanu- The Story of Pokhran.'
In This Image: Diana Penty, John Abraham
This film has gone on floors in May this year and completed its shoot last week. The producers announced the wrap on the film with the release of yet another intriguing poster of the thriller.
 

John Abraham, who plays the lead in the film and is also the co-producer the film.

John Abraham, who plays the lead in the film and is also the co-producer the film.
In This Image: John Abraham
Sounded ecstatic as he shared, “Pomona is an ode to the army and scientists, who, although ordinary people, truly accomplished extraordinary feats in the face of adversity to ensure that India finds its due place on the world nuclear map. It is a powerful human tale of average citizens who changed the trajectory of the nation. It is so exceptional to me because it unites all the aspects of film making that truly speak to me - a thrilling edge of the seat plotline."

Aside from John, the film stars Diana Penty, Boman Irani in the lead role. While the premise of the movie is based on true cases, the characters are fictional.

Aside from John, the film stars Diana Penty, Boman Irani in the lead role. While the premise of the movie is based on true cases, the characters are fictional.
In This Image: John Abraham
Prernaa Arora and Arjun N Kapoor of KriArj Entertainment said, “What we truly want to achieve through this film is pride for our true heroes-. Jai Jawan, Jai Vigyan! For us at KriArj, 'Parmanu' is partly a dream and partly a need to remind the people of India of the unsung heroes behind our nuclear prowess- our army and our scientists. After 'Rustom,' 'Toilet: Ek Prem Katha,' this film is yet another step in our journey to make good, engaging cinema that is not just entertaining but also evokes pride in our country."