Saif Ali Khan turns Zombie

Posted: June 24, 2011 in Saif Ali Khan Updates
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After the success of the critically acclaimed Shor in the City, director duo Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK are all set to make a zomcom! No, that’s not a typo, but is, instead of a romantic comedy (romcom), a zombie comedy.

Unlike Hollywood, the Indian audience will for the first time see an out-of-the-box, unique concept on celluloid. Contrary to earlier reports which stated that Saif Ali Khan was to play a cameo in the film, buzz is that he will be playing the central character (the zombie perhaps?). However, everything about his character has been kept under wraps.

Our source informs, “The film is produced by Saif Ali Khan’s Illuminati Films and is tentatively called Go Goa Gone. It is a horror comedy, a mix of two unlikely genres. Incidentally, Saif has been quoted saying that he wanted to make a horror film for some time now. Something like this has never been done in India.”

He further added “Preparation on the film started a few months ago, and shooting is about to start. Saif loved the idea in the first few minutes of hearing the concept and wanted to do it immediately. Saif will play a central role in the film while his sister’s boyfriend Kunal Khemmu will play an integral part.”

When contacted, Raj and DK said, “After Shor, people said we should do a romcom. And we thought, why not do a zomcom instead? We have had this story idea for years, but we think now is a great time to do this film. And the best person to do this with is Saif. Also, GGG is a complete change from Shor. A complete horror comedy with a lot of action thrills and chills.”

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