Govinda disables comments after getting brutally trolled by netizens over his latest music video; Krushna Abhishek reacts | Hindi Movie News – Bollywood – Times of India

Govinda who has newly started his second innings in the entertainment industry as a singer has been posting new singles every now and then on his Youtube channel. The actor-turned-singer’s latest music video ‘Mere naal’ dropped on his channel this week but Govinda preferred to disable the comments on the video. Subsequently, he disabled comments on all his previously released videos as well. This comes after the massive trolling his last single ‘Hello’ faced online with comments like, ‘Please come out of the 90s. We are in 2022, not 90s.” One Instagram user wrote, “Going from bad to worse. With so much acting talent, this guy has lost insight.’ On the occasion of Lohri, Govinda shared the audio of Mere Naal on YouTube and wrote, ‘Hi guys, I am presenting my new track, ‘MERE NAAL’. I hope you all will love it and dance on it this Lohri!’ After his last few attempts at an acting comeback were not so warmly received, Govinda recently turned singer and has been sharing songs on his YouTube channel Govinda Royalles. He started his second innings in the music industry with the song, ‘Angan Tera Tarsa Toh Tip Tip Paani Barsa’, in November last year. His other recent songs include ‘Chashma Chadha Ke’ and ‘Hello’. Meanwhile, Govinda’s estranged nephew Krushna Abhishek reacted to the criticism and told an entertainment portal, “For me, he will always be Hero No 1.” The two have not been on talking terms for years, with things escalating after Krushna opted out of the episode of The Kapil Sharma Show last year, featuring Govinda and his wife Sunita Ahuja. In 1986, Govinda made his Bollywood debut with ‘Ilzaam’. In the subsequent years, he gained popularity with his comic roles in films such as ‘Raja Babu’, ‘Coolie No 1’, ‘Hero No 1’, ‘Dulhe Raja’, ‘Bade Miyan Chote Miyan’, ‘Haseena Maan Jayegi’, ‘Saajan Chale Sasural’ and more. He was last seen on the big screen in a double role in the unanimously panned ‘Rangeela Raja’.

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