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John Abraham starrer Attack set to release on August 13

Entertainment desk || shiningbd

Published: 11:58, 22 February 2021  
John Abraham starrer Attack set to release on August 13

There's an influx of release date announcements as the Maharashtra government has permitted 100 percent capacity in theatres. The majority of big released got pushed ahead by a year due to the pandemic and the lockdown! With multiple releases announced already, John Abraham is set to take over Independence Day weekend.

Starring John Abraham in the lead, Attack will release on August 13, 2021. The actor has had a streak of releases during the same weekend previously with Satyameva Jayate and Batla House.

In the post-pandemic reboot of movie theatres, “Attack” has gotten a superb response from film exhibitors and theatre owners across India especially with the huge excitement that John has built with the real-life like shoot for this action entertainer across Delhi- NCR.

Written & Directed by debutant Lakshya Raj Anand, Attack is a race against time story of rescue by an Attack team led by a lone ranger played by John. The film is a fictional story inspired by true events, set against a hostage crisis that brought a Nation to its knees. It also stars Jacqueline Fernandez and Rakul Preet Singh in key roles.

Speaking about the film, John Abraham said, “Attack is a taut, action entertainer with a strong storyline...a genre I love! At JA Entertainment, it is our endeavor to push the envelope and produce films that entertain and have something significantly different to show to our increasingly discerning audience. Releasing the film in theatres this Independence Weekend adds to my excitement.”