Music for Bollywood's first zombie comedy unveiled


Mumbai, April 19 (ANI): Cast and crew of India's first zombie comedy film, 'Go Goa Gone' unveiled the music of the flick here on Thursday night.

The film would be India's second attempt to explore the zombie movie genre, with the first being an independent project, titled 'Rise of the Zombie', which released earlier this month to a mundane response.

'Go Goa Gone' is the first zombie comedy to be made in the country and stars, Bollywood actors, Saif Ali Khan, Kunal Khemu, stand-up comedian, Vir Das, Anand Tiwari, Puja Gupta.

"I think its great fun. I think there is a market for everything in India and we should cater to everybody and while mainstream films are great fun to do and I think these kinds of films also give us tremendous satisfaction and I hope we will be successful in our endeavour, so that the market can grow," said Saif Ali Khan, who is also co-producing the film.

The theme of the film is said to have been inspired from 2009 Hollywood hit, 'Zombieland'.

The story of 'Go Goa Gone' revolves around three friends, Khemu, Das and Tiwari respectively, who come to Goa on a holiday and encounter zombies.

Saif Ali Khan plays an Indo-Russian mafioso who kills the zombies. For the role, the actor coloured his hair blonde for the first time in his career.

The music of the movie has been composed by the duo of Sachin-Jigar and is slowly ranking up on the charts.

Directed by team of Raj Nidimoru and Krishna D.K, 'Go Goa Gone' hits theatres across the country on May 10. (ANI)