Saif Ali Khan confirmed that he will be acting in his 2013 film Go Goa Gone's sequel and said that talks have begun with the makers of the film
"Saif and I collaborated on Go Goa Gone and discussed the project extensively. Other than that, people perceive us in a different way. Like when we meet, we discuss films. In our case, we have been in films every single day of our lives. We don't really talk about films so much," said Kunal Khemu
Eros has previously released films like Robot, Om Shanti Om and English Vinglish in Japan
Her mother Sharmila Tagore is a veteran actress, and her brother Saif Ali Khan and sister-in-law Kareena Kapoor are among Bollywood's current top actors, yet Soha Ali Khan says none of her family members is interested to work with one another.
"Clean" family film Gippi and zombie comedy Go Goa Gone have got an average opening and earned Rs 75 lakh and Rs 3.75 crore, respectively, on the opening day at the box office.
Two comedy films will clash at the box-office today. Go Goa Gone is a zombie comedy directed by filmmaker duo Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK, and Gippi is a comedy of errors from Karan Johar's Dharma Productions.
Saif Ali Khan believes he is finally in a happy space professionally.
Actor-producer Saif Ali Khan is treading new territories with Go Goa Gone - a zombie comedy, after making romance-based entertainers like Love Aaj Kal and Cocktail, but he's quite sure he won't ever make a "sleazy" comedy.
Actor Kunal Khemu says that although he and his actress-girlfriend Soha Ali Khan keep fighting like any other couple, neither of them is dominating.
Director duo Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK, who are looking forward to the release of the first zombie film Go Goa Gone, are promoting 'Say no to drugs' message through it.
This Friday Zombie comedy Go Goa Gone, produced by Saif Ali Khan, and teenage-drama Gippi from Karan Johar's stable are hitting the screens -- take your pick.
Saif Ali Khan and his ex-wife Amrita Singh will almost clash at the box office soon. Their films will be releasing back-to-back at the box office.