Refusing to feature in an explicit song, he goes ahead and mouths double meaning dialogues for a film
Govinda is a prude. At least that's what Mika thinks.
The singer-composer was keen that Chichi feature in his track Saari Duniya Mere Ispe, Neta Abhineta Mere Ispe. The song was recently incorporated in the film Loot whose cast includes Govinda.
But the actor had his reservations as he felt the lyrics had double meanings. As a result Mika had to shoot solo for the track.
Says a source, "Mika is extremely fond of Govinda. He refers to him as Paaji. As it is a fun song, the crooner felt having Govinda would double the fun quotient.
When Mika was told that the song would be picturised on him, he immediately thought of having Govinda too. But to his dismay, the star refused to be part of it.
Adds the source, "Now that the promos of Loot are on air, Mika is shocked to see Chichi mouth double meaning dialogues himself in the comic caper.
He wants to question Govinda that if he felt his songs had explicit lyrics than what about these dialogues? And has he forgotten that his last release was Naughty @ 40, which was a sex comedy?"
It was the film's producer Suniel Shetty's idea to incorporate a track, the Mere Ispe song, as the film is a comic caper.