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    Ganesh Acharya ropes in Govinda

    By Staff

    Courtesy: IndiaFM

    Thursday, July 26, 2007

    Choreographer Ganesh Acharya wore the director's hat with the film Swami which released last month. It was a very simplistic film which starred Juhi Chawla and Manoj Bajpai. Ganesh is now busy setting things up for his next venture titled Money Hai To Honey Hai. And for this film, Ganesh has signed his favourite star, Govinda, to play the lead role. The film will be produced by Kumar Mangat.

    Mangat informs that along with Govinda, Irrfan Khan and Upen have also been finalized for the film while they are yet to finalize the leading lady of the film. They are also looking out for one more hero for the film for which they are in talks with some big stars.

    Director Ganesh Acharya says that Govinda is like his brother. When he decided to turn Ganesh expressed his wish to work with Govinda. Govinda though didn't do Swami, he promised to do Ganesh's second film.

    Talking about Govinda's character, Acharya says that Govinda plays a carefree man who lives in the moment in MHTHH.

    Mauzam Baig has written the script of Money Hai To Honey Hai and Nitin Arora and Sony Chandy will be the music directors. Ganesh plans to start the shoot in October. The film will be entirely shot in Fiji Islands and Mauritius.

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