Actor John Abraham is the latest celebrity to laud the government’s decision to scrap Rs 500, 1,000 notes as a bold step in India’s fight against corruption.
Acting professional John Abraham is the latest superstar to laud the government’s decision to scrap Rs 500, 1,000 records as a vibrant part of India’s fight corruption.
“The step is fantastic, I don’t really know what the repercussions will be, but the scheme is thought by me about the denominations of Rs 500 and Rs 1, 000 is to get rid of out the dark money from the machine,” John reporters here.
The scrapping of the currency records might have an effect on the field office assortment of “Rock On!! tomorrow 2” releasing.
John said he would like the film makes revenue and the result is also less for his own forthcoming release “Push 2”, november 18 that may struck theatres on. Also Read: Revealed! The true cause of John Abraham and Krushna Abhishek’s BIG FIGHT
“I am hoping it (‘Rock and roll On 2’) will perfectly because I really believe every film must do good business so I’ll always expect the best for each and every film,” he said.
“It (your choice of federal) make a difference the field office for a weekend may be, because lenders ATMs are closed. However, not after that. I am hoping by enough time of ‘Drive 2’ release, everything gets normal,” the professional said.