Bollywood actor John Abraham has wrapped up the shooting of his film, "Parmanu - The Story of Pokhran". The film, directed by Abhishek Sharma of "Tere Bin Laden" fame, is based on the Pokhran nuclear test of 1998.
The 44-year-old actor also unveiled the new look of the movie on Twitter. "Embark on an extraordinary journey this December with @ParmanuTheMovie #ParmanuTheStoryOfPokhran @johnabrahament @kriarj," the actor wrote alongside the poster.
Abraham, who plays the lead and is also the co-producer, said the film is an ode to "the Army and scientists".
"'Parmanu' 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 story of ordinary citizens who changed the trajectory of the country. It is so special to me because it combines all the aspects of filmmaking that really speak to me - a thrilling edge of the seat plotline," he said in a statement.
The movie also features Diana Penty and Boman Irani.