Bollywood’s influential actor Govinda has entertained fans during 90s with his blockbuster films. During that time he was one of the most notable actor working in different films simultaneously and was supposed to be one of the most bankable actors of the bollywood during his time.
But there is a twist, as Govinda had once after his successful debut in the film Love 86 signed off 70 films.
It was back in 1987, he had first spoken with regards to working in multiple films in one of his interviews. As per ETimes, the said meet occurred during the shooting of his film Ghar Mein Ram Gali Men Sham.
It is to be noticed that during that course of events, there was a lot of gossip about Govinda working in several projects. Discussing those incidents, the actor admitted that he had marked an aggregate of 70 films all at once.
But eventually he told that he was unable to work in all the movies altogether due to lack of time. He likewise uncovered that there were a couple of films that got dropped by their own. Even after all this, Govinda told that he continued working for 5 films everyday, which is again a big number.
Chi-Chi made his Bollywood debut in 1987’s Love 86. Later the actor came out with many blockbusters like Coolie No. 1, Raja Babu, Akhiyon Se Goli Maare, Hero No. 1, Naseeb, and several others.
For his awesome work throughout the long term, Govinda has effectively earned 12 Filmfare Award nominations and bagged 4 Zee Cine grants. Aside from this, he has additionally received the Filmfare Best Comedian Award for his mind blowing performance in Haseena Maan Jayegi.
Currently, the actor was last seen in a comedy drama FryDay in direction of Abhishek Dogra. Digangana Suryavanshi and Varun Sharma were also featured in the film, which was released on 12 October, 2018.