Krushna Abhishek, Arti Singh Recall Govinda’s Help During Financial Crises, ‘He Really Supported Us, Give Monthly Expenditure’

Krushna Abhishek and Arti Singh, in a recent interview, recalled the days when their uncle Govinda had supported them a lot when they faced financial crises

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Krushna Abhishek, Arti Singh Recall Govinda’s Help During Financial Crises, ‘He Really Supported Us, Give Monthly Expenditure’
Bollywood actor Govinda might not have a good equation with nephew Krushna Abhishek and niece Arti Singh right now. But there was a time when the trio used to share a good bond. But this hasn’t stopped either of them from speaking well about each other. In a recent interview the siblings, Krushna, and Arti spoke about how their uncle (mama) Govinda was by their side during financially low times.

During the interaction with Bollywood Bubble, the Kapil Sharma Show fame comedian Krushna and Bigg Boss fame Arti Singh spoke highly about superstar Govinda and how he stood by them as a rock during financial crises. Arti recalled the early days and said, “Our mother had died so daddy was the one who raised us. He had no time to even work. Humara Juhu mein bada flat tha woh bik gaya and Krishna shifted 1 room kitchen flat in DN Nagar aur us paiso se daddy ghar chalate the.”



Krushna too recalled and stated, “us time pe Govindaji use to give me 2000 rs a month. I was in Mithibai’ and Arti added, “Chi Chi mama use to pay my school fees and monthly expenditure.” They both said “He really supported us”

Krushna further spoke that despite being a superstar of Hindi cinema and working five shifts a day, he used to take out time for family and took care of everyone.

For the unversed, Govinda and Krushna have not been on talking terms since 2016. Despite public apologies from the latter, there’s no end to their tiff. Both of them have spoken many times about their strained relationship on multiple platforms. Recently when the Bol Bachchan actor mentioned that their strained relationship pinches him, the ‘Raja Babu’ actor said on Maniesh Paul’s podcast, “Then let the love be seen off-camera too. He’s a well-brought-up boy, and that shows. But he needs to know that he is being used by writers and that there is a limit to being used.”




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