A reward of Rs. 5.10 million to anyone who provide the ‘missing’ MP Govinda


The political woes of Govinda, Congress MP from the Mumbai North constituency, continue. His political rivals have started to prick him publicly with pins of sarcasm.

A “wanted” notice has been put up at a street corner in Mumbai’s western suburb of Malad declaring a reward of Rs. 5.10 million to anyone who can provide the where abouts of the Bollywood star, reported ‘missing’ from his constituency ever since he became a MP.

Acting on the notice, a party rival even reported the matter to the Malad police station Tuesday and wrote to Police Commissioner D.N. Jadhav about the “missing MP”.

Soon, the rumour spread that the star had either gone missing or was kidnapped when, in point of fact, he was shooting throughout the day in the same suburb.

When contacted, his family members dismissed the queries as a “stupid joke” spread by his political rivals.

Beneath the sarcasm, the message for Govinda Arun Ahuja is loud and clear: Would he ever deign to show himself up at his constituency? More important, would the party repeat him, his popularity notwithstanding, from this prestigious constituency once represented by stalwarts like Ram Naik, V.K. Krishna Menon and others?

It is not easy to maintain a balance between a professional career and a political career, especially, if one is not a professional politician and the Bollywood actor is a case in point.

For the actor, the situation has become tougher to handle, especially after the recent incident.


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