Education Of Bollywood Actors: John Abraham started his career as a model, but luck brought him into the world of light camera and action. John Abraham’s early days were full of struggles after entering the world of cinema with the film ‘Jism’. ‘Jism’ did not do anything special, but John had made his mark among the people with his acting. After this, films like Saya, Aitbar and Leak came, but the success remained away from John.
In the year 2004, John Abraham played a negative role in the film Dhoom, but due to this he was everywhere. His luck changed with this film and he became a star overnight. However, even after this his career did not come on track. Sometimes he was stuck in comedy and sometimes in action films. Then in the year 2009, he got a lot of praise from the film New York and then he did not look back.
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John Abraham was born on 17 December 1972 in a Parsi family. His family members sent him to Bombay Scottish School in Worli in Mumbai for schooling. During his school days, he was a very promising student and used to concentrate on his studies diligently.
For higher education, John graduated in economics from Jai Hind College, University of Mumbai. He was not satisfied with just graduation and he intended to do MBA. To fulfill his intention, he turned to Mumbai Educational Trust (MET) and completed his MBA from there.