Actor-producer John Abraham, who is known for producing content-driven films, says he would go broke but will not produce an adult comedy through his production house, John Abraham Entertainment.
"There is a market for adult films, as they have the potential to do well. But as an actor I would definitely not do it. Not because it's wrong, but I, as a person, will not do it. I don't stand in a position to pass judgment saying this is right or wrong, but I am a very clear person and I want to maintain that," John told IANS.
"Would I do a 'Fifty Shades of Grey'? Maybe, but would I do whatever is coming out? Hell no! I will go broke, but I will not produce an adult comedy," the Force actor added.
The Welcome Back actor has produced films like Vicky Donor, Madras Cafe among others under his production banner.
John mentioned that as an actor, he enjoys the comedy genre the most.
"I concentrate on content as an actor and prouder. The genre I enjoy the most is comedy. I love comedy and I have got a grasp of comic timing now. I can handle comedy with ease," he added.