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
Saif Ali Khan: We should take Indian cinema to the Middle East, Egypt and Spain
Indian cinema should rival Hollywood as its eastern equivalent, says the Go Goa Gone actor
Indian cinema, which is celebrating its centenary year, has a unique identity and should rival Hollywood as its eastern equivalent, says actor-producer Saif Ali Khan who does not believe in any attempts to cross over. “I think we should not try to cross over,” said Saif. “Our eastern identity is fundamentally different from theirs. Click here to read more