April 23, 2015 3:32:33 pm
Actor Varun Dhawan, who recently visited the sets of “Dance India Dance Super Moms” along with co-star Shraddha Kapoor to promote their upcoming film “ABCD 2”, says Govinda has “spoilt” his father, director David Dhawan.
Varun and Shraddha met Govinda on the sets of the show and amazed the guests with their impeccable dance moves.
On the show, Varun shared an incident of the time when David was directing him in “Main Tera Hero”. After working with Govinda, his father would just not be satisfied with whatever he would deliver in the course of his shot and most of the times, he would end up saying, ‘That’s not how Govinda would have done it’, read a statement.
“Govinda sir has spoilt my dad. As an actor, he has set such high standards that it is extremely difficult to reach up to that level. After having worked with him in numerous blockbusters, my dad kept expecting the same perfection and madness that Govinda ji used to bring to his performances and dance moves.
“‘Tu Mera Hero’ was one of the toughest movies I have done, as a result . He is a living legend of our industry and nobody can be like him,” Varun said.
Govinda and David, who are known to be one of the best actor-director duos in Hindi filmdom,have worked together in films like “Haseena Maan Jaayegi”, “Hero No. 1” and “Do Knot Disturb”.
Talking about the time when Varun and Shraddha were children, Govinda said: “I am so proud to see both the kids coming for their movie promotions. Their fathers used to bring them on the sets when they were kids and now I am amazed to see how Shraddha has turned out to be so beautiful. They are super talented and I wish all the best for their future.”
Varun was enthralled to see the performances of the super moms. He also matched steps with Siddhesh on his dance number ‘Palat’ on the judges’ request.
Varun was left speechless after the performance of super mom Soumyashree after which, the celebrity duo joined her on stage, and danced on the song “Aa ante amalapuram”.
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