John Abraham’s film Attack to release during Independence Day weekend, will hit theatres on August 13, 2021


John Abraham’s much-anticipated film Attack has got its theatrical release date in place. The action film will release on August 13, 2021, the Independence Day weekend.

John took to Twitter to announce the release date of the film. The film also stars Jacqueline Fernandez and Rakul Preet Singh. Attack narrates the drama woven around a rescue operation by a team lead by John. It is a fictional story inspired by true events and set against the backdrop of a hostage crisis situation. It is produced by John's production house JA Entertainment, Ajay Kapoor's AK Productions and Jayantilal Gada's PEN Studios. 

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The film is written and directed by debutant Lakshya Raj Anand. Talking about Attack, john had said earlier, “Attack is a taut, action entertainer with a strong storyline...a genre I love! At JA Entertainment (John's Production house), it is our endeavour 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.”

Dr.Jayantilal Gada of Pen Studios said, “ We are delighted to release this fascinating action entertainer on the Independence Weekend. By planning to bring it to theatres on 13th August 2021, we are standing by film exhibitors and theatre owners who have survived a very difficult year during the Covid-19 crisis. John and his production house have conceived a phenomenal film and people will flock to watch it on the big screen!”

Ajay Kapoor said, “ Collaborating with John and Jayanti Bhai on Attack is special. It brings an engaging and important story to audiences and will interest the younger generation. It’s a pleasure to release the film on Independence Weekend when its story will resonate with people even more.”

(Source: Twitter/Agencies)