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Pink pants, maroon shirt – we have got our Govinda back with ‘Kill Dil’

Bollywood's 'No. 1' hero, Govinda will finally make his return to the big screen in 'Kill Dil'.

Written by Sunitra Pacheco , Edited by Sarika Sharma | Mumbai |
Updated: September 16, 2014 4:55:40 pm
Govinda in 'Kill Dil' Govinda’s typical filmy look for romantic action flick, ‘Kill Dil’

Bollywood’s ‘No. 1’ hero, Govinda will finally make his return to the big screen in upcoming romantic action flick ‘Kill Dil’.

His co-star Ranveer Singh took to Twitter to share Govinda’s poster. In typical Govinda style, the actor who reportedly plays a negative role in the film is pictured in bright pink pants, a dark shirt and shades, with the caption, ‘#WILLKILLFORPAISA.

Ranveer Singh, who is said to be playing Govinda’s son in the film, shared the poster on social networking site Twitter with the caption, ‘The Baap Himself!’ Minutes after the actor tweeted the poster, cricketer Yuvraj Singh also shared in the excitement of seeing the ‘Coolie No. 1’ actor. “Absolutely loved Govinda’s poster of #KillDill. Childhood was all about Govinda’s films,” he posted. Over the last few days, posters featuring the actors of the action romance film, Parineeti Chopra, Ranveer Singh and Ali Zafar were also revealed.

While Ranveer gave us a cheeky smile, Parineeti worked the cameras seductively. The Ram-Leela’ actor was pictured in a denim shirt teamed with leather jacket, while Parineeti was sexy in a cheery yellow top with a cropped leather jacket and denims.

On the other hand, Pakistani actor Ali Zafar was handsome in full-black attire with dark glasses, leaning on a giant gun.

Ranveer’s poster had #WILLKILLFORDIL slashed across it and Parineet’s said #WILLKILLFORPYAAR. Ali’s carried the words #WILLKILLFORDOSTI.

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The title of the movie has been inspired by Hollywood movie ‘Kill Bill’. The movie is all set to release on 14th November this year.

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