John Abraham's 'I, Me Aur Main' is out in the theatres and it has gathered less than flattering reviews. This despite the fact that John's promo strategy included buttering up female journalists!
In a twist though, John now appears to be in a hurry to disassociate himself from the film. He's suddenly calling it a niche film and says, "It had very restricted appeal. It was an ode to the modern woman so to speak; my target audience was different."
But even hunky John with a huge female fan base couldn't save the film. Now John tells a leading Mumbai tabloid that his fans probably like the 'Action Abraham' better. "My action films are mass entertainers, this film was not. 'Action Abraham' is far more popular."
He is also changing his opinion about his fan base! He insists that children form a large part of his fan base. "I admit that 'I Me Aur Main' was released at a very bad time. Children, particularly teenagers, form a large part of my fan base. And most of them are busy with their exams now. Henceforth, I won't let studios or producers dictate terms or force me to accept a release date for my film. I won't be repeating these mistakes in 'Shootout at Wadala' and 'Madras Caf'."