Govinda occupies a special place in Bollywood. He is always in news for his new releases and sometimes his ability to portray the down-to-earth common man makes him the adorable one of the masses.
His fans range from the elite filmgoers to the rikshawallas who occupy the front row seats.
Govinda's latest venture, the Ayesha Shroff produced and Mahesh Manjrekar directed Jish Desh Mein Ganga Rahta Hai sees the versatile actor playing the role of a village boy who lands up in a big world.
Trying to carve a niche for himself, Govinda comes across Rinkie Khanna who introduces our desi 'Ganga' to the big 'n bad world. But sadly, not an original plot but the film holds enough bite to keep you glued.
The Sonali-Govinda duo manages to steal the show. Sonali dances even better than she looks, while Govinda gyrates his way through the film. There is no denying the fact that there is onscreen chemistry between them and they pull off the required laughs.
The message 'Ganga' tries to reach you is that good always wins hands down. The dictum holds its own touch of creativity and allure.