Bollywood’s most desirable hunk John Abraham has found a new passion. The actor, who turned producer with 2012 flick Vicky Donor, is planning to direct a film starring newcomers. John talked to media saying, "I will direct a big budget film with newcomers. I don't know why studios don't make big budget films with newcomers! We need to support them."The 40-year-old, who had cast debutant Ayushmann Khurrana in Vicky Donor, thinks that new comers should also be given a chance.
"Why do we only make big budget films with only top five actors, why aren't we getting mature? We all need to come out of that. " Meanwhile, the actor is waiting for the release of his upcoming venture Madras Café and is uncertain about the time of his directorial venture, "But for sure, I want to direct films. Whenever the right time comes, I will get into it."