Govinda On Avatar: Actor Reveals He Was Offered A Part In James Cameron's Film But He Rejected It; Gets Trolled

Govinda's recent revelation has left everyone in shock as the actor claims to have been offered James Cameron’s Avatar and he also stated that he suggested the name

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Govinda On Avatar: Actor Reveals He Was Offered A Part In James Cameron's Film But He Rejected It; Gets Trolled
Bollywood actor Govinda recently appeared on a popular talk show and the actor’s revelations are pretty bizarre. The actor revealed that he has rejected some films during his career, the list of the actor’s rejected blockbusters is pretty big. The films included Taal, Gadar, Devdas and some more. However, what left us shocked was when he went on to mention that he also rejected the sci-fi drama film Avatar by James Cameron! Not only this, he also made a few more revelations about the film and Netizens were quick to troll the actor for the same.

While speaking at the show, Govinda said he rejected James Cameron’s Avatar because the director wanted him to shoot for some 410 days and his body was to be covered with paint during the shoot. He couldn’t agree to that so he apologized and left the film. He also mentioned that he suggested the title of the film to the director. He said, “I gave the title of the film. It turned out to be a super hit film. I had informed him that the film will run successfully. I told him that I feel it will take seven years for him to complete the film. He got angry. When I said so, he asked, ‘How can you be so sure that I won’t be able to make Avatar for seven years?” As a reaction to this, Netizens could not keep calm and were quick to troll the actor for his statements on Twitter. One of them even photoshopped Govinda’s face to the character of Avatar and it is beyond hilarious!  Check them out:










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