Filmmaker duo Raj and D.K., who are currently basking in the success of their horror-comedy Stree, are reportedly keen to begin work on their next project — a sequel to Go Goa Gone. And they can’t stop gushing about actor Saif Ali Khan, whom they’ve worked with in the past. “Saif is the most versatile actor I know.
His comic timing is just crazy. We share the same sense of humour, and he gets it just right,” says Raj, adding, “He is up for wacky stuff, so it’s exciting to work with him. The entire Go Goa Gone gang is excited to get back into that world.”
The 2013 film Go Goa Gone was a zombie comedy that told the story of three friends — Hardik (Kunal Kemmu), Luv (Vir Das) and Bunny (Anand Tiwari) — whose dream holiday in Goa turns into a nightmare. Saif Ali Khan played a prominent role in the film, and the filmmakers are hoping to give him a complete makeover for the sequel.
“We have a couple of ideas in mind and we would love to give Saif a cool new look in this film,” says D.K. The film is expected to go on floors in March 2019.
Meanwhile, the filmmakers are thrilled that Stree has been doing so well. “Stree was very close to our hearts. While writing the film, we didn’t know how it would turn out. I am glad that people are liking it and waiting for a sequel,” D.K. says.