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Bollywood actors Salman Khan and Govinda were really close at one point. Their friendship turned sour when Salman promised to launch Govinda's daughter in Bollywood, but chose Sonakshi Sinha instead. Recently, everyone was left surprise when Govinda was seen promoting his film FryDay on Salman's show Bigg Boss. Now, in an interview to Mid-Day, Govinda revealed that he does share a love-hate relationship with Salman.
We Share A Love-Hate Relationship
"Salman and I are buddies. We have a love-hate relationship, but we both back each other. I have enjoyed working with him, and have no qualms in sharing screen space with him again, if we get the right script."
When Govinda took a dig at Salman in his previous interview, he'd said, ''There was no chance of me staying in Salman's camp. I was praised in such a manner that Salman was told you shouldn't come in front of Govinda..''One actor will love another actor only to the extent to which his own business remains unaffected... Today however I don't have any expectations from Salman.''
No Chance Of Us Acting Together
"Because he has been told so much about me that there will not be a chance of us acting again together. There are massive camps in Bollywood. I never belonged to any camps but I think it was a wrong move. I should have had. It affects your career. It's one big family," Govinda had told PTI.
On The Work Front
Govinda's last release FryDay bombed at the box office. Talking about it, the actor said, ''It was declared a flop even before it released. Despite being a good film, FryDay didn't get many screens because the industry [production houses] made a presumption that Govinda's film won't work, or will only do a certain amount of business. But, I am confident about my craft, and [pleased with] the reaction of people. It is a matter of time before my films start doing the desired [level of] business.''