'Social media is relevant, but I don’t announce when I go to the toilet or what I eat,' says John Abraham
Actor John Abraham has spoken about the relevance of social media and how useful it is in current times but added that he is not someone who would post details of his personal life on those platforms.
“I was a media planner in an ad agency and I believe in the power of social media. It is very relevant. If I have to make an announcement, I would look at the digital route. But I am very hesitant to using it for personal pictures,” John explained.
The actor said he is not someone who would update fans with everything he does on a daily basis.
“I hold back. I don’t say much. Once in a while, you will see a candid picture that blows up in the face. I stick to my business. I don’t announce when I go to the toilet or what I eat. I probably shy away from it,” he asserted.
John said he is not one to take comments on social media seriously. In fact, he says that he never even reads them.
“I don’t go through comments on social media. I just post what I have to. I don’t pay heed to what people say,” he said.
A few weeks ago, John had posted a picture where he posed with just a pillow. Talking about it, the actor said he had no idea people would love it so much.
“It was just so casual, I wasn’t even posing. We just shot it and I didn’t expect people to take to it like they did. I realised people like candid pictures more than structured shoots. If you see that picture, there is a lot of innocence. It is not meant to scintillate,” John said.