‘It was great fun. But it is Govinda that I most enjoyed working with. I’ve been his fan since I was in college. It was a dream come true to work with him. It is wrongly believed that Govinda excels at comedy only, watch him in Kill Dil and... well, get your fill,’ Ali Zafar said. He has not seen the entire film. But he did see bits and pieces of it, and he’s impressed.
After losing weight for Chashme Baddoor, Pakistani actor Ali Zafar had to work out hard to get a beefed-up frame for Kill Dil.
Normally, there are actors who lose weight for parts. But Ali went into reverse gear as he had to put on seven to eight kg for the Shaad Ali-directorial.
Explaining his decision to bulk up, Ali said: ‘I had actually lost a lot of weight for Chashme Baddoor to look like a college student. For Kill Dil, I needed a more mature and more beefy look.’ Ali constantly pumped iron in the gym.The actor who was last seen in the failed comedy Total Siyappa, says he thoroughly enjoyed working with Shaad Ali on Kill Dil and doing the buddy-buddy thing with Ranveer Singh in the film.