In the background of Bollywood grapevine over ‘heart burn’ between him and fellow buddy Salman Khan over launching Narmada in the tinsel town, actor Govinda said that it was he who made Sonakshi Sinha a ‘heroine’. Speculations are rife in Bollywood that Govinda was not very happy with Salman as the latter did not keep his promise of launching his daughter Narmada in Bollywood.
Salman got busy making a career for Sonakshi, daughter of veteran actor-turned-politician Shatrughan Sinha.
“I made Sonakshi a heroine. I used to always praise her. I often told her that she must lose weight. Both Sonakshi and Narmada are good. It is always the time that decides everything,” Govinda said.
Narmada created quite a stir when she accompanied Salman at the IIFA awards in 2007. Ever since, there has been speculation that she would enter Bollywood. The latest buzz is that she might make a debut this year.
“Even I had to struggle to make career in Bollywood and we have even seen the biggest stars struggling...waiting for good time. What’s wrong if Narmada is waiting? Her time will also start,” Chi Chi, as he is fondly called, said. sWhen asked whether there are any issues between him and Salman, Govinda said, “There are no issues between us. Even for having an issue we need to have a reason for it. Why should I have any issue with him in the first place? He has helped me, then how can I have an issue with him.”