Ku­nal Kemmu se­cretly work­ing on a script?

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Ac­tor Ku­nal Kemmu (right) dab­bled in di­a­logue writ­ing in the 2013 film, Go Goa Gone, and the ac­tor says that his next writ­ing ven­ture is a “work in progress”.

Ku­nal penned the di­a­logues of the zombie-com­edy, apart from star­ring in the film, which was helmed by di­rec­tor-duo Raj Nidi­moru and Kr­ishna DK. “I en­joyed do­ing that. I am writ­ing some­thing but I am not speak­ing about it as it is not ready yet and I have not put it out there. First hand on Go Goa Gone I learnt how to write on fi­nal drafts, how the process works,” said Ku­nal, adding, “I am not a trained writer. But there is work in progress, which I will talk about when­ever it is out there.”

The 32-year-old ac­tor, how­ever, has no im­me­di­ate plans to turn di­rec­tor. He is open to the op­por­tu­nity in the fu­ture, though. “I don’t know... There are no im­me­di­ate plans. I am en­joy­ing be­ing an ac­tor, I re­ally love the art. I have been do­ing films since I was seven. I re­ally love the medium it­self... So yes, maybe later. I don’t think I am com­pletely ready. Some­time in the fu­ture I will do that.”

Ku­nal said he would col­lab­o­rate with the mak­ers again if the se­quel to Go Goa Gone hap­pens. “If ‘Go Goa Gone’ se­quel hap­pens then of course the team will come to­gether... There were talks but the pro­duc­ers have to de­cide whether they want to do the film and then we will come in,” said the ac­tor.

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