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Zombie films cater to two types of people: Krishna DK

It’s just been three days since the release of the trailer of Go Goa Gone, being touted as India’s first zombie film. Already, it has garnered more than a million hits. Filmmaker Krishna DK says zombie culture in India is catching up.

bollywood Updated: Apr 01, 2013 16:46 IST
Krishna DK

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I t’s just been three days since the release of the trailer of Go Goa Gone, being touted as India’s first zombie film. Already, it has garnered more than a million hits. Filmmaker Krishna DK says zombie culture in India is catching up. “Thanks to English zombie films and television serials, zombie culture is fast evolving in India. I feel these films cater to two segments of the audience — people who know about zombies and those who don’t.

We made our film on this very simple premise and we are hopeful that it will work in our favour,” says Krishna. “We have made it in such a way that all those who know about zombies can sit back and enjoy it, while for those who have no clue about zombies, we have very quickly elucidated what they are,” he added.