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Govinda and Salman Khan worked together in two films ‘Partner’ and ‘Salaam-e-Ishq’ released in 2007 and their chemistry in ‘Partner’ was also enjoyed by the people. However, after that both did not appear in any film together (except special appearances). Now Govinda has revealed that he was approached for a Hindi remake of Marathi cinema’s superhit film ‘Shikshaanchaya Aicha Gho’ with Salman, directed by Mahesh Manjrekar. But he refused to do it.
Govinda explained the reason for not doing the film
Giving a reason for not doing the film, Govinda said in a conversation, “To be fair, I did not like the story of the film. When everyone turns against a father, he goes to the chief minister. While the mistake starts with him It happens. I know that the film was a big hit in Marathi. But I did not like the concept. “
Govinda continued, “There is no doubt that I am hungry for work. But it does not mean that I can do what I do not like. Mahesh Manjrekar is my good friend and I will work with him when something good comes. Will. As far as Salman is concerned, he and I together are fine for commercial masala films, not for such art films. “
About the film ‘Shikshachanya Aicha Gho’
‘Shikshaanchaya Aicha Gho’ is the story of a father who wants his son to study forcibly while a cricket obsession runs over his head. Directed by Mahesh Manjrekar, the film starred Sachin Khedekar, Bharat Jadav, Saksham Kulkarni, Siddharth Jadav and Mahesh Manjrekar himself. The film was released on 15 January 2010. Subsequently, its remakes were made in Tamil and Telugu as ‘Dhoni’, in Bengali as ‘Chalo Palatai’ and in Punjabi as ‘Son of Manjot Singh’.