GO GOA GONE: Saif Ali Khan slogs hard to get his look right

By Glamsham Editorial

Saif Ali Khan's new look in his upcoming film GO GOA GONE has raised many eyebrows. Saif will be seen playing a Russian mafia lord, Boris the Zombie Hunter in Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK's next film, GO GOA GONE. As a wise man once said - A dream doesn't become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work. That's what Saif had to do for his upcoming film. The actor, who is known to not experiment with his hairstyle, has an all-blonde avatar and an inked bod. Saif Ali Khan's look for the zombie film was decided after much deliberation.

A source close to producers says, "As Saif is playing a Russian mafia lord in the film, his look was very important. A lot of looks were tried. Different hairstyles with different hair colours were tested before he and directors decided to go for the blonde backcombed mafia look. Apart from beefing up for the role, he was required to learn a new language and get his body tattooed."

Source further added, "Saif is a thorough professional and he didn't let his apprehensions come in the way. Off-screen Saif doesn't experiment much with his hair-style. So even for this change he put his apprehensions aside and went ahead with his new look and the director duo Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK's conviction."

Saif and Dinesh Vijan are producing this film under their banner Illuminati Films along with Sunil Lulla of Eros International. The film also stars Kunal Khemmu, Vir Das, Anand Tiwary and Puja Gupta in key roles. The zombie comedy is ready to release on May 10th this year.

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