Go Goa Gone supplement competence not have zombies: Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK

go goa left 2, go goa left sequel, Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DKgo goa left 2, go goa left sequel, Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK contend Go Goa Gone supplement competence not have zombies.

Saif Ali Khan-starrer Go Goa Gone was touted as a initial Indian zombie-comedy and a executive twin Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK contend a second partial competence not underline a undead creatures. Also starring Kunal Kemmu and Vir Das, a 2013 film saw a organisation of people being pounded by zombies on a forlorn Goa island. The executive twin has been operative on a supplement for a integrate of years now, and they contend they aren’t wholly certain if they wish to move behind zombies this time around too.

“We are debating (on that part), maybe not. The humour is in discovery. Earlier they (characters) were perplexing to figure out what is a zombie. Now it competence turn too dramatic. We are only toying with a idea. The suspicion of a film was not about zombies though finding something alien,” Krishna said. The directors contend they have a initial breeze of a supplement ready. The follow-up will keep a same cast. “We are now reckoning out when to do it. It’s all about removing a dates,” Raj says. Recently, there were reports that a twin were compliance on a book of Farzi, that they were to approach before A Gentleman happened. “(Farzi) is also something we have in a pipeline. It’s not revamped, it is a same script. We were about to make it, afterwards A Gentleman happened. This was prepared to go so a producers of Farzi pronounced since don’t we finish that and come.”

The twin is now gearing adult for a recover of their latest, A Gentleman starring Sidharth Malhotra and Jacquline Fernandez in a lead roles. Krishna says Sidharth, who has finished a few movement films compartment now, was a ideal fit to star in a arriving action-comedy. Raj adds that a approach they had designed a film, a Ek Villain actor was a healthy choice.

“We suspicion he (Sidharth) could be a good movement man since he has a ideal physique denunciation and physique. He was a initial choice. He did all a stunts on his own. “We only wrote an strange movement comedy that used to be in a 80’s and 90’s like Lethal Weapon, Die Hard and a fun campy films. It’s that film, redone with stream sensibilities.” The film is scheduled to recover on Aug 25.

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