Bollywood star Saif Ali Khan says he’s not related to the Go Goa Gone franchise as a producer. Khan, who additionally starred within the 2013 Hindi-language zombie black-comedy movie, backed the film together with Dinesh Vijan and Sunil Lulla of Eros worldwide.
Directed by Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK, Go Goa Gone follows three males — performed by Kunal Kemmu, Vir Das, Anand Tiwari — whose vacation to Goa seems to be a zombie nightmare.
In the film, Khan performed the position of Boris, a Russian mafioso-turned-zombie hunter who’s initially from Delhi.
Asked concerning the standing of the movie’s sequel, the 51-year-old actor informed PTI, “I don’t know about Go Goa Gone 2. I’ve got nothing to do with it anymore. I sold all the rights and moved on from that sort of thing.”
In an interview with PTI final 12 months, Vijan mentioned the plot of Go Goa Gone 2 will centre round aliens, not like its predecessor which was a comedy about zombies.
Go Goa Gone starring Saif Ali Khan, Kunal Kemmu, Vir Das, Anand Tiwari and Puja Gupta launched in 2013.
“Zombie aspect received’t be there, we’re doing it with aliens. The world might be related like the identical emotion, identical comedian timing, like stoner comedy, however a brand new journey.
We simply want to offer each actor, who was there within the first half, somewhat extra like a 2.0 model and produce one thing new,” Vijan had informed PTI.
Up subsequent for Khan is the remake of the 2019 Tamil blockbuster Vikram Vedha, through which he might be teaming up with Hrithik Roshan. Their final outing was the romantic-drama Na Tum Jaano Na Hum, which was launched in 2002.
“I have seen the original Vikram Vedha and I am very excited about shooting it with Hrithik for this new film,” he mentioned.
The shoot for Vikram Vedha is predicted to start from November.
Khan can also be wanting ahead to his different venture Adipurush, the shoot of which commenced in February.
Helmed by Om Raut of Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior fame, the multilingual interval saga is an on-screen adaptation of the epic Ramayana, which options Telugu star Prabhas as Lord Ram and Khan because the antagonist Lankesh.
The actor mentioned the artistic crew of Adipurush is leaving no stone unturned to current “the correct portrayal of religion, history and mythology” within the movie.
“The film is very unique and different. I am not concerned about Adipurush at all because the director, the writer and the entire creative organisation are highly educated in the material they are doing. It is impossible to imagine them to put one foot wrong also as far as the correct portrayal of religion, history and mythology goes, they cannot make a mistake,” he added.
Last 12 months, Khan’s remarks over presenting a “humane” aspect to the character of Lankesh in Adipurush created a stir on social media and he had later issued an apology for his feedback saying it was by no means his intention to harm individuals’s sentiments.
Backed by T-Series, the movie is described as a celebration of “the victory of good over evil.”
Also starring Kriti Sanon and Sunny Singh, Adipurush is slated to be launched in theatres on August 11, 2022. P