Go Goa Gone 2 officially announced; sequel of Saif Ali Khan's 2013 zombie comedy to release in March 2021
According to the makers, the Go Goa Gone sequel will take off from the point where the original ended and all the actors are expected to reprise their characters.
The much-awaited sequel to 2013's zombie comedy Go Goa Gone is finally happening, studios Eros international and Maddock Films announced on Wednesday.
The first film, which featured Saif Ali Khan, Kunal Khemu, Vir Das and Anand Tiwari, followed three men whose holiday to Goa turns out to be a zombie nightmare.
Check out the official announcement here
One can try, but never really escape this trip! Prepare yourself for the craziest sequel of the best "zom-com" as Go Goa Gone 2 releases in March 2021!@ErosNow #DineshVijan @ErosIntlPlc pic.twitter.com/PILwKdhX9X
— Maddock Films (@MaddockFilms) January 15, 2020
Saif played the role of Boris, a Russian mobster-turned-zombie hunter, in the Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK-directed film.
According to the makers, the sequel will take off from the point where the original ended. All the actors are expected to reprise their characters.
"It's been quite a journey from 2013, and I'm so excited we're back again with this crazy ride! Go Goa Gone redefined many things, and we are gunning to do that again. The characters have stayed with us all this while and we are thrilled to bring them back to life.
"Sunil and I have had a great partnership and I'm excited to be back together especially for this film. We are finishing the final draft and we should roll by September 2020," Dinesh Vijan of Maddock Films said in a statement.
Sunil Lulla, Managing Director, Eros International Media Ltd, said Go Goa Gone has an "immense recall" value and attained a "cult status" over the years.
"It's been a long time since Dinesh and me have worked and I'm excited to be collaborating with him once again," he added.
Go Goa Gone 2 will release in March 2021.
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