Force 2 first look: John Abraham, Sonakshi Sinha starrer to have a RAW connection

John Abraham will now be seen in the sequel of his 2011 action film Force. Force 2's first poster is out and John looks as intimidating as ever.

FP Staff September 28, 2016 11:52:35 IST
Force 2 first look: John Abraham, Sonakshi Sinha starrer to have a RAW connection

After delivering a hit with Dishoom, John Abraham will now be seen in the sequel of his 2011 action film Force. Force 2's first poster is out and John looks as intimidating as ever. The poster also carries "The R.A.W. truth... A dead soldier is a martyr... A dead spy is a traitor."

The actor, who plays the role of ACP Yashwardhan, shared the poster on Twitter.

While the first film had Genelia D'Souza opposite John Abraham, the sequel will have Sonakshi Sinha playing the role of a RAW agent. After Akira the actress will once again be seen doing some action scenes.

The actress spoke about her role to The Times of India "At the narration, it felt like a two-hero film where the man and the woman were working towards the same cause together, and at par with each other. My nod was almost instant. It's balanced in that sense... John and I are equals in the film."

After lifting a 150 kg bike for Force, the Madras Cafe actor will now be lifting a 1580 kg Mercedes Benz for this film.

Directed by Abhinay Deo, the film will release on 18 November.

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