Saif Ali Khan happy as 'Go Goa Gone' gets A certificate
'Go Goa Gone' only for Adult viewing
Mon, Apr 29, 2013 06:45:55 GMT
A zombie film was bound to get an ‘A’ certificate from the Censor Board, but what actor-producer Saif Ali Khan feared was that the board might suggest deletion of some scenes. Thankfully for him, the Board didn’t put any such demand.
Yes, Go Goa Gone, touted as India’s first zombie comedy (zomcom) has been cleared by Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) without any cuts and with an ‘A’ (Adults viewing only) certificate.
Saif Ali Khan, the film’s co-producer says, “I am happy with the board’s decision. We will now be able to show the movie as we wanted it to be”.
The film has lots of blood and gore, a few explicit dialogues with cuss words and also a rave party sequence that shows use of party drugs.
The film is co-directed by Krishna DK and Raj Nidimoru.
Krishna DK is quoted as saying: “This was always intended to be an A rated film. What fun in a zombie film if it's too clean? (smiles) The humor and other A rated elements in the film are done very tastefully and not meant to be offensive.”