John Abraham drops new poster of action-thriller ‘Attack – Part 1’, trailer to release on March 7

Author: Yuvi March 4, 2022

John Abraham drops new poster of action-thriller 'Attack - Part 1', trailer to be out on March 7

MUMBAI: The trailer of John Abraham-starrer “Attack – Part 1” will air on Monday for a worldwide theatrical release with the booking of the film on April 1.

Directed by Lakshya Raj Anand, the film also stars Jacqueline Fernandez and Rakul Preet Singh in lead roles. The actor confirmed the theatrical release of the film with a new poster on Instagram.

The film’s poster shows John dressed as a super soldier, riding a bike, with bruises on his face. He appears to be a Long Ranger and is chased by a helicopter. Captioning it, the actor wrote, “Get ready for #ATTACKin3 #Attack – Part 1 releasing in cinemas across the world on 1st April 2022.” It appears that the film is being made in three parts, although there has been no official confirmation of the same.

‘Attack – Part 1’ tells the story of a daring rescue mission led by India’s first super-soldier, played by John Abraham. John’s character in the film undergoes radical cybernetic modifications to enhance his biomechanism to ward off terrorist threats on Indian soil.

#ATTACKin3 Get ready for #Attack – Part 1 releasing in cinemas across the world on April 1, 2022. PPBc9Bp2Zk

— john abraham (@TheJohnAbraham) March 4, 2022

As it was set to hit the screens on January 28, 2022, the Omicron version played spoilsport leading to its release. Meanwhile, John also has ‘Ek Villain Returns’ and the first look video of ‘Pathan’ was also released recently.

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