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Saif Ali Khan’s Go Goa Gone sequel to be based on aliens instead of zombies?

Posted in Movies with tags , , , , , , , , on May 28, 2018 by saifalikhanonline

With Go Goa Gone, the Indian audiences got to see something they never experienced in Bollywood before. The film, directed by Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK, referred to as a Zom-Com ( Zombie – Comedy) was based on three friends and how their trip to Goa turns into their biggest nightmare. The film starred Saif Ali Khan, Vir Das, Kunal Kemmu, Puja Gupta and Anand Tiwari in leading roles. Ever since the film released back in 2013, rumours were rife that we will soon see a sequel to the film and also the fact that the film ended in a cliff hanger made the audience more sure about it.

From what we hear the director duo are ready with the script for the sequel, in which will see a massive change from the first part. Instead of zombies, the sequel will have aliens in the film. In an interview with a leading daily, the makers were asked about the same. Krinsha DK replied saying, “We are debating (on that part), may be not. The humour is in discovery. Earlier they (characters) were trying to figure out what is a zombie. Now it might become too dramatic. We are just toying with the idea. The idea of the film was not about zombies but discovering something alien.” Raj Nidimoru also further confirmed that they are done with the script and now are just looking to lock in the dates with the star cast. He said, “We are now figuring out when to do it. It’s all about getting the dates.”

Kunal Kemmu confirmed that the star cast of the film will remain the same. He also suggested that the theme for part two may not revolve around zombies. However, the unit hasn’t entirely eliminated the concept.


Saif Ali Khan in Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety helmer Luv Ranjan’s next film?

Posted in Saif Ali Khan with tags , , , , on May 11, 2018 by saifalikhanonline

In the last few years, Saif Ali Khan has made some interesting choices that haven’t fared well at the box office. Whether it’s Phantom, Rangoon or Kaalakaandi, all his films were from different genres. However, the star hasn’t attempted comedy in a long time.

Saif reasons, “I would love to do a comedy at this moment. I have done my share of dramatic, arty stuff. I guess it will be great if a good fun film comes along. Even I have been thinking about it, actually.” Ask him if there’s some development on that front and he confirms, “Yes, I have been in talks with Luv Ranjan for a comedy.”

Luv, who recently hit a home run with Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety crossing the Rs 100-crore mark at the box office, is also known for the Pyaar Ka Punchnama franchise. But Saif is quick to add, “We haven’t finalised the movie yet. It’s a comedy, in which I play a father. He is still working it out, so it’s too early to say anything. But we are definitely doing it.”

Incidentally, the filmmaker is also doing a movie with Saif’s brother-in-law Ranbir Kapoor. On the other hand, the Nawab of Pataudi is currently busy shooting for Navdeep Singh’s revenge war saga The Hunter and will start filming the second season of Sacred Games this September. The actor reveals that they are planning the sequel to Go Goa Gone, too. “We have got an idea, but the team is still writing it. We plan to start Go Goa Gone 2 next year. It will also be in that fun, comedy space,” he signs off.

Scripting begins on Saif Ali Khan’s ‘Go Goa Gone 2’

Posted in Movies with tags , , , , , , , , on February 9, 2018 by saifalikhanonline

India’s first around the zombies movie ‘Go Goa Gone’, whose second installment will be starting soon.

Kunal Kemmu recently confirmed the news stating that “‘Go Goa Gone 2’ is happening”.

Kunal Kemmu confirms ‘Go Goa Gone’ to have a sequel India’s first zombie-comedy, ‘Go Goa Gone’ that released in 2013 was a surprise hit.

If reports are anything to go by, then the Saif Ali Khan, Kunal Kemmu, Vir Das starrer ‘Go Goa Gone’ is now gearing up for a sequel.

However, Kemmu added that he cannot reveal if it will be a continuation of the first part or not since it will depend on the idea that they pick.

But he reportedly stressed on the fact that “the original cast will remain” and Saif will have the “broadest portion”.

The news follows reports of directors Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK previously indicating that the theme for part two may not revolve around zombies.

However, Kemmu suggests that the unit hasn’t entirely eliminated the concept.

The actors have allegedly shortlisted few stories and will ‘Zero’ in on one soon to start scriptin

In Defence of Saif Ali Khan: Smart Choices, Great Acting Keep Him Relevant

Posted in Saif Ali Khan with tags , , , , , , , on January 24, 2018 by saifalikhanonline

In an industry where you are as good as your last release, it is not surprising that obituaries are already pouring in for Saif Ali Khan’s supposed ‘sinking career’ post the box-office failure of Kaalakaandi – his eighth flop in a row. But that’s not a first for Saif.

Remember the barrage of bad films – Aashiq Awara, Imtihaan, Bambai Ka Babu, Aao Pyaar Karen – he acted in the 1990s, with critics and audiences pulling the noose on him almost unanimously?

Saif’s 25-year career has had ups and down – he has a history of being written off and bouncing back resiliently. If Main Khiladi Tu Anari salvaged him in the 90s, his boisterous energy in Dil Chahta Hai made us gush over him in the 2000s. Omkara established him as a performer par excellence, placing him in the breed of serious actors.

It is remarkable that he has managed to retain his sanity amidst a flurry of sly remarks and unsolicited advice after Kaalakaandi failed to set the box office ringing. But are we jumping the gun in drawing curtains over the Chhote Nawab’s film career? Going by his unusual cine-curve, we sure are.

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Why is Saif Ali Khan un-‘Saif’ today?

Posted in Saif Ali Khan with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 23, 2018 by saifalikhanonline

When was Saif Ali Khan’s last solo success? Almost six years ago with home production Cocktail, a youth-oriented niche product that made a slim profit. Saif co-produced in 2012. When was the 10th Nawab of Pataudi’s last hit? Five years ago, ladies and gentlemen, in Race 2!

Yes, in 2013, he also co-produced and acted in the “zombie comedy” Go Goa Gone, which has now become a cult movie. In those days, the not-inexpensive film just broke even along with its worldwide earnings. In any case, its urban and urbane sophistication and even the humour clearly indicated a multiplex movie that was superlative. Like (very rare) offbeat movies, it deserved to be made on a judicious budget just for what it is. But every offbeat day is not Sunday!

The scenario since has been terrible. Saif has always balanced his assignments between solo leads and ensemble films, between commercial and midstream movies, but since then, it has been an alarming trajectory of flops or usually disasters (the degree of failure being much more).

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Saif Ali Khan’s Kaalakaandi might help establish he has the skills

Posted in Saif Ali Khan with tags , , , , , , , , , , on January 11, 2018 by saifalikhanonline

Saif Ali Khan has always tried to experiment with his roles in the past, but will his upcoming film Kaalakaandi finally help establish that his entire career has not been a fluke?

Saif Ali Khan has had an interesting career graph. From doing typical 1990s dramas to playing the man that has commitment issues, Khan has tried to adjust with changing times. In fact, this is even more reflective in the period he began taking risks in terms of the roles he chose to portray on screen. Kya Kehna, Love Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega, Dil Chahta Hai, Darna Mana Hai, Ek Hasina Thi, Parineeta, Salaam Namaste, Being Cyrus, Omkara, Eklavya: The Royal Guard and Aarakshan: the evolution of Saif the actor is there for all to see.

The actor’s last release, Chef, was an Indian remake of the American movie of the same name. Chef was a slice-of-life film directed by Raja Krishna Menon about a failing chef and father trying to get his life in order, professionally as well as personally. Granted, it was not as good as the original, but was definitely worth a watch.

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Saif Ali Khan to patch up with Dinesh Vijan

Posted in Saif Ali Khan with tags , , , , , on November 16, 2017 by saifalikhanonline

The Bollywood star and filmmaker friend Dinesh Vijan are open to becoming a team again

A patch-up seems to be on the cards for Saif Ali Khan and Dinesh Vijan, after they parted ways three years ago. The duo floated Illuminati Films as partners and gave hits like Love Aaj Kal and Cocktail. However, their partnership ended in 2014, following differences after a couple of their films like Lekar Hum Deewana Dil and Happy Ending tanked. While issuing a statement, Saif had said that the split was amicable and profitable to both as they could produce more films individually. As it turned out, the statement was reportedly only partly true.

When their split became a reality, the two erstwhile friends started separate companies — Saif continued with Illuminati and Dinesh launched his banner, Maddock Films.

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