What Govinda means to a child growing up in the 90s cannot be expressed in words. He has been around to boot with some amazing films since the late 80s. But his 90s journey has been one that everyone remembers, loves and hopes to imitate. If his dance moves were iconic, his action sequences were crude. But what made him a star was his unmatched comic timing. Even today, there is no one who can even come close to the comedy magic that he used to spin in his films. Govinda had many releases in those days. He had 14 releases in 19 releases and is huge. Govinda slammed nephew Krishna Abhishek for making false claims in the media, saying that he will maintain a beautiful distance from now on (read statement)
So, on his birthday today, we decided to talk about his five funniest roles, which made Govinda an unforgettable actor in Indian cinema.
Hero Number 1 (1997)
little bit Cook, A rich man’s cruel son Govinda disguises himself as a servant to please his girlfriend’s grandfather. Remember the scene where he prepares in his car for a meeting in the office? It is still fresh or unacceptable in our heads’What is there in your love, neither will Meena ever come. ‘This is one of our favorite Govinda films!
Coolie number 1 (1995)
Govinda tells a rich man to marry his daughter that he is a rich man and the one who dislikes how disgusting he is. It was more in the lines of round goods and had some of the funniest scenes.
A dual role, for real time, sets us apart from every scene in Govinda. The brotherhood of Govinda and Chunky Pandey was the best.
Dulhe Raja (1998)
Govinda is a dhaba owner who opens a stall right in front of a five-star hotel run by Kader Khan. Her bikini is the best we have seen in any film.
Deewana Mastana (1997)
The injury to Govinda’s face at the end of the film should be tragic but it is very funny.
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