zombie flick News
Saif Ali Khan: I don’t like zombie films and I’ve no idea why I picked Go Goa Gone!
A very funny Saif Ali Khan, who was in a very playful mood in London, talks about his latest home production and his roles in Go Goa Gone, Bullett Raja, Hamshakals et al to journalist Ashanti Omkar
This time it’s our most exciting interview since it’s for a zombie film – Go Goa Gone – a genre untouched thus far in Bollywood…
(Laughs) It’s nice to have something not just new to talk about, but because life is short and it’s important to spend your day aptly or interestingly occupied. Some of the films that one does are absorbing as an actor, but others are more satisfying in a way because they’re more fun really. Some films carry responsibility. I’m not saying that they’re crap (laughs), I’m just saying that this was a lot of fun to do. Click here to read more
Are Go Goa Gone makers taking a dig at Rise of the Zombie?
At least the latest promotional image of this zombie comedy suggests so
We were in splits when we first watched the trailer of the Saif Ali Khan starrer Go Goa Gone and the audience too seemed to love it as the trailer went viral within a few days of its release. There is no doubt that this Krishna DK and Raj Nidimoru directed zombie flick has great potential. Click here to read more
Saif Ali Khan’s look in Go Goa Gone: Blonde ambition?
The Nawab’s look in zombie flick Go Goa Gone is out. He looks like an absolute toughie in the first look pictures of the film
Saif Ali Khan is experimenting with his offscreen looks and how! While in Go Goa Gone he gets into the garb of a Russian mafioso, in Bullet Raja – which is a hardcore gangster-thriller, he opts for a middle-class, casual style in his faded checked shirts and long hair. Click here to read more
Rise Of The Zombie trailer: Luke Kenny in a spine-chilling zombie flick!
Directed by Luke Kenny and Devaki Singh, Rise Of The Zombie looks like an interesting watch
Starring Luke Kenny, Kirti Kulhari, Ashwin Mushran and Benjamin Gilani, Rise Of The Zombie is slated to release on February 22, 2013. Now that Bollywood is all set to experiment with the whole zombie concept, it’s quite exciting to see filmmakers play around with this idea. Click here to read more
Luke Kenny’s film Rise of the Zombie to release on February 22
India’s first zombie horror movie stars Luke Kenny and Kirti Kulhari
Rise of the Zombie, India’s first zombie flick, co-directed by Devaki Singh and Luke Kenny, will release on February 22 next year. Click here to read more