Aa Gaya Hero: Set to face competition from Varun and Rajkummar, will ‘AGH’ revive Govinda’s fading charm?
Actor Govinda is all set to charm audience with his upcoming film ‘Aa Gaya Hero’ tomorrow. At the boz, office the film is going to fight the battle with Rajkummar Rao’s ‘Trapped’ and Mustafa Burmawala and Kiara Advani’s ‘Machine’.
More ever, it has to compete with Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt starrer ‘Badrinath Ki Dulhania’, which is already doing good at the box office.
Govinda, who has given some blockbusters in the past is struggling for a hit from quite some time. Thus, the upcoming film is going to be important in his career.
Almost three years back in 2014, Govinda appeared in actor Akshay Kumar starrer ‘Holiday’. The actor was seen in a special appearance, but at the end what people remembered was the magic that Akshay created in the film. After that, Govinda did films like ‘Kill Dil’ and ‘Happy Ending’ in which he was seen grooving to some tracks but both the films doomed at the box office.
The actor is in direct competition with Rajkummar Rao who has established himself as a strong actor over the years. The trailer of ‘Trapped’ was applauded by people and looking at the performances that Rao gave in ‘Aligarh’ and ‘City Lights’, audience is likely to give his film a chance.
Mustafa is making his debut with ‘Machine’ and the film came to news owing to the recreated version of ‘Tu Cheez Badi Hai Mast’. Both the actors were seen doing some sensational moves on the revamped version that originally featured Akshay Kumar and Raveena Tondon.
Meanwhile, Alia and Varun starrer ‘Badrinath Ki Dulhania’ is already winning hearts and good numbers at the box office. Trade analysts have predicted that the collection of the film is expected to rise in its second weekend.
Govinda himself was aware from the fact that ‘Badrinath Ki Dulhania’ could affect the business of him film as few days back, he targeted Karan Johar saying that it was his cleaver move to release his film a week before AGH. Badrinath Ki Dulhania’ was bankrolled by Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions.
Now, tomorrow people will witness if the era in which Govinda gave multiple blockbusters will come back or not.