Despite his recent two films not doing well, Govinda prefers to being choosy and getting his price
Govinda's two back-to back releases 'Kill Dil' and 'Happy Ending' may not have made an impact at the box office, but the actor is sticking to his guns. The actor wants to do what he feels is astrologically best suited for him and at his price. Incidentally, the actor received accolades for his performance in both the films.
Govinda keeps it real — and really high
Buzz is that when he was approached for a project recently, the actor quoted a high fee.
Says Govinda, "I was praised and acclaimed in both the films. The subject of a film depends on the wishes of the producer and accordingly its business. It is not the actor's call."
About recent speculation that Salman had extended a helping hand yet again to Govinda and had recommended him for another big project, the actor maintains, "This is not true."
A couple of months ago, Govinda had created a buzz by refusing to act in Salman Khan's Hindi remake of Mahesh Manjrekar's 2010 Marathi film 'Shikshanachya Aaicha Gho'. Though Sallu was rather keen that he be part of the project, Govinda felt it was too arty and had refused to budge from his stance even though the script was apparently altered to suit him.