Govinda to Start Production House to Launch Daughter

Thursday, 01 March 2012, 08:47 Hrs
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Mumbai :Govinda, who has completed 25 years in showbiz, is right now trying to settle his daughter's career in the film industry and says he will start his home production to launch Narmada.

"I am starting my production, which I never wanted to do. Film production is very tough. Initially when I started, I was not successful but my wife and family members supported me... you should not give up," Govinda, who produced the movie "Ssukh" in 2005 which didn't do well, told IANS.

"So finally I am starting my own production... and I will start for Nammu (Narmada). I have a good subject for her and I have worked very hard on it (script)," he added.

For quite some time, Narmada was trying to get into Bolllywood but things didn't work out for her. There were reports that she will make her debut opposite boxing champ Vijendra Singh in director Lovely Singh's "Manchali".

Now Govinda wants to ensure that his 22-year-old daughter is launched in such a manner that she carves a niche for herself.

"I want her to create the best with whatever she has got. She should become confident in life that she should create a correct situation for herself," the 48-year-old said.
 


Source: IANS
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