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Kill Dil teaser posters: Check out what Govinda and Ali Zafar will kill for!
The Shaad Ali film stars Ranveer Singh and Parineeti Chopra in the lead roles
While Ranveer Singh will kill for Dil and Parineeti Chopra will kill for Pyaar, the recently released posters of Ali Zafar and Govinda tell us that they will kill too, but for different reasons. Click here to read more
Govinda: I realised value of time much later in my life
In an exclusive interview, the Hero No 1 talks about his new innings (now how many was that?), three lucrative film projects, judging Indian Model Hunt (IMH), fashion, working with Salman Khan, newfound professionalism, punctuality, competition, daughter Narmmadaa and much more…
Tracking down Govinda is a Herculean task. The process is long and tedious, but not unachievable if you are patience personified! It took two days this time, of continuous, rigorous follow up and Click here to read more
David Dhawan: I am bored of making comedy films
The ‘No.1’ filmmaker talks about his new-age comedy film, kids – Varun and Rohit, why the Judwaa remake didn’t materialise, his fondness for Karan Johar and Govinda, remakes, sequels and much more!
David Dhawan’s Chashme Baddoor (CB) opens this Friday, but he’s as relaxed as ever. The filmmaker’s funda is quite simple – If one film doesn’t do well, there’s Click here to read more
David Dhawan: There can’t be another Govinda or Salman Khan!
After a two-year sabbatical, the ‘No.1’ director David Dhawan is back with Chashme Baddoor. The veteran filmmaker talks about his attempt to recreate the original comic caper Chashme Buddoor that re-releases on the same day as the remake, and the controversy surrounding the film. He also chats about his sons Varun and Rohit Dhawan, his favourite stars Salman Khan and Govinda, the Rascals debacle and more…
David Dhawan’s last film Rascals bombed badly at the box office. Has the ‘Nizam of nonsense’ reached the end of his career, asked everyone. Click here to read more
Groove to Govinda’s songs on his birthday!
B-town’s most-loved comic hero and dancing superstar, Govinda turns 48 today. We take a look at his best songs
During his college days, Govinda was apparently obsessed by Mithun Chakraborty’s Disco Dancer (1982). That became his greatest influence as far as his dancing skills are considered, which could put a younger actor from the current lot to shame. Born Govind Ahuja on December 21, 1963, he was born in a film family – his parents were both actors and his mom was a singer – who went through troubled times. But Govinda overcame them all delivered some of the biggest hits in Bollywood – right from his debut in Illzaam (1986), to Love 86 (1986), Khudgarz (1987), Hatya (1988), Dariya Dil (1988), Jeete Hain Shaan Se (1988), Hum (1991), Shola Aur Shabnam (1992), Aankhen (1993), Raja Babu (1994), Coolie No.1 (1995), Saajan Chale Sasural (1996), Hero No.1 (1997), Deewana Mastana (1997), Dulhe Raja (1998), Bade Miyan Chhote Miyan (1998), Haseena Maan Jayegi (1999), Anari No.1 (1999), Hadh Kar Di Aapne and Joru Ka Ghulam (2000) and Jodi No.1 (2001). His last hit was Partner (2007) along with Salman Khan. Let’s take a look at some of his wacky, funny and romantic songs that were chartbusters. Also, add your own fave Govinda numbers to the list! Click here to read more