With each passing day and with each new song and promo being unveiled, the Raj and D.K directed, GO GOA GONE, is getting more and hyped. But we wanted to know from the director(s) of the film if zom-com (zombie-comedy), a rather new concept for the Indian audience, would be acceptable to the average cinegoer.
When we put up the question to one of the directors of GO GOA GONE, Krishna D.K, he said, ''Why not! It is a very Indian film. GO GOA GONE is about the middle class people who work in call centers etc and their lives. It talks about how people want to freak out at a weekend party in Goa after a strenuous week!''
What about the zombie part? we queried D.K and he asserted by saying ''We have dealt with the subject in such a manner that anybody and everybody would identify with because they would react in away (at encountering a zombie), similar to the protagonists of GO GOA GONE! Our film caters to Indian sensibilities.''
Given the talent that Raj and D.K have displayed through their previous films, and also the reputation of the makers behind the film-Saif Ali Khan's Illuminati Films and EROS International – GO GOA GONE is already piping hot in the distribution and exhibition circuit.