New Delhi: Bollywood has experimented with ghosts and spirits for years in innumerable films, making the horror genre quite popular. But it seems that Indian directors are now ready to take the horror genre to a new level for the Indian audiences by introducing them to zombies.
Luke Kenny, who was last seen in 'Rock On!' is set to give India it's first zombie film 'Rise of the Zombie'. On the other hand, Saif Ali Khan will star in the zombie comedy 'Go Goa Gone'. But despite the latter's prominent star cast, Kenny doesn't find 'Go Goa Gone' a threat to his film.
"'Go Goa Gone' is a different film. It is a comedy film. So there is no threat or competition from it. Zombie is the only common thread between the two films. They have been trying to release the film from few months but then our film is releasing first," Kenny said during an interview.
"And, even if 'Go Goa Gone' was released before us, then also we would still be the first zombie origin film because we are telling you the story of its beginning. It is the first chapter of the trilogy. While 'Go Goa Gone' is a fun film about three guys who come in contact with zombies," he said. ...more
11:25 AM, Apr 04, 2013
Director Suparn Verma, who is gearing up for the release of his horror film 'Aatma', is eager to explore the zombie genre in future. "I would definitely want to make a zombie film. Zombie films certainly have a bright future, there are 'Go Goa Gone' and Luke Kenny's 'Rise of Zombie' coming up. Sadly, it wasn't finished on time and is releasing now," Verma told IANS. ...
10:41 AM, Feb 23, 2013