Speculations over the lead actor in Yash Raj Films' next instalment in the most popular "Dhoom" franchise continue to do the rounds. While the makers are yet to make an official announcement on the same, John Abraham has said that he would love to be a part of "Dhoom 4."
John played the baddie in "Dhoom," the first movie in franchise. The film, which was released in 2004, turned out to be the biggest hit in his career and his negative role got him noticed by the masses.
So when asked about making a comeback in the series with "Dhoom 4," John said that if the makers ask him to comeback then he will take up the project.
"I would love to do Dhoom 4. Will come back if they want me to. They might ask me to come if they want someone who can drive bikes well," John told DNA.
"Dhoom" franchise is one the biggest franchises in Bollywood with several celebs wanting to be a part of it. The first instalment had John playing the antagonist, the sequel featured Hrithik Roshan and the third instalment had Aamir Khan playing the baddie.
Now the makers are working on "Dhoom 4," which is titled as "Dhoom Reloaded," and there has been a lot of speculations about the same. Several reports suggested that the makers want to cast a fresh face for the next instalment, while a few others suggested that the old villain would make an entry.
Several names, including Amitabh Bachchan, "Baahubali" actor Prabhas and Hrithik, have emerged for the lead actor's name, but there has been no official announcement regarding the same.