Since the time Govinda passed some unsavoury remarks on David Dhawan and went on to call him dangerous. People have been flocking over Varun Dhawan for his response on the same issue. After being asked again and again about Govinda's comments Varun Dhawan finally opened up on the same. Varun Dhawan who is currently busy promoting his new film Badrinath Ki Dulhania told Mid-Day, "This isn't really my place to talk. My father is currently in London, reccying for Judwaa 2, and he should respond to this. Govinda sir is years senior to me. I hold him in high regard. To each his own. I won't comment if he was wrong. I won't let my true feelings on the issue come out."
He further went on to state that irrespective of what Govinda had said, he is his fanboy, "(His comments) doesn't affect the fact that I like his work. I am a fanboy forever."
For the uninitiated, talking about David Dhawan, Govinda had earlier told Mid-Day in an interview, "He worked all his life with me and Salman (Khan), and delivered many hits. He may respect me as an actor, but not as friend. I stood by him when he was down and out, but he didn't do the same." Talking to news agency PTI he had said, "When I asked David to make the 18th film with me, he took my subject and titled it Chashme Baddoor and cast Rishi Kapoor in it. Then I asked him to put me as a guest appearance. He didn't do that too." Also read: Varun Dhawan admits his relationship with girlfriend Natasha Dalal is reaching a "good place"
Not just David Dhawan, talking about Varun and people calling him young Govinda, he had stated to IANS, "How can he be like me? To become Govinda, he needs to be innocent, uneducated and a poor village boy. Varun is already a son of a director. In the last six years, he hasn't done more than two films with his father, whereas I did 17 films with his father."
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