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Go Goa Gone (2013)

Not Rated | | Action, Adventure, Comedy | 10 May 2013 (India)
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A group of friends, just looking to have a good time in a rave party on a remote island in Goa, find out that the island is infested with Zombies.


Krishna D.K. (story and screenplay), Kunal Khemu (dialogue) | 4 more credits »
1 win & 3 nominations. See more awards »



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Credited cast:
Saif Ali Khan ... Boris
Kunal Khemu ... Hardik
Vir Das ... Luv
Anand Tiwari ... Bunny
Puja Gupta ... Luna
Hardik Malaviya Hardik Malaviya ... Hardik
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Soha Ali Khan
Suparn Verma ... Cameo


Two friends, Luv (Vir Das) and Hardik (Kunal Khemu) are going through bad times. Luv has learned that his girlfriend has been cheating on him and Hardik is this close to being fired from his job. They both badly need a break and when their roommate Bunny (Anand Tiwari) informs them that he is going to Goa for a presentation, they jump at the chance for a vacation. Once in Goa, Luv meets a girl, Luna (Pooja Gupta) who invites him to a rave party organized by Russian mafia on a remote island. At the party, an experimental drug is introduced. Then, come morning, things go totally wrong for the three hapless guys and the girl. As it turns out, the untested drug has a deadly side effect... Written by Soumitra

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Release Date:

10 May 2013 (India) See more »

Also Known As:

Иди, Гоа больше нет See more »


Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$170,044, 12 May 2013, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$295,414, 26 May 2013
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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?


Instead of normal Cigarette Disclaimer videos, This film has Saif speaking about his experience as a smoker in the starting of the film. See more »


Zombies are said to walk slowly by the lead actors through out the movie but in the end Ariana (girl zombie) chases Hardik by running much faster. See more »


Boris: I kill dead people!
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Crazy Credits

Instead of simply "The End", the last title card reads "The End is Near". See more »


References The Evil Dead (1981) See more »


I Keel Ded Peepul
Produced by Sachin Sanghvi and Jigar Saraiya
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Go Goa Gone is a refreshing change from your typical Bollywood mediocrity.
15 May 2013 | by umer_ufSee all my reviews

Go Goa Gone is a pretty good movie for the first of its kind in Bollywood. Apart from your typical Bollywood annoyances this movie was quite entertaining. Granted my opinion on this is fairly biased given my love for Zombie flicks, however I believe it stands on its own. The movie borrowed ideas from Zombieland and Shaun of the Dead that were easily recognizable and familiar; although nowhere as blatantly as many other Bollywood movie. Also, the setting of the movie felt eerily like the video game: Dead Island. Few scenes felt like they were exactly the same as some missions in the game.

The overall acting was good and the jokes were smart and stuck for most parts, some more than others. The chemistry between the three protagonists, and overall cast was spot on. Saif Ali Khan's pseudo Russian Mafioso was an entertaining gag when originally introduced but it got a little old and drabby after a while. The female lead in the movie was underused and felt like a background character, other than being your prototypical Bollywood 'Damsel in distress'.

The plot is very simple (like any other zombie movie) and can be easily figured out. The movie follows a very typical zombie flick formula: Intro to the main character, putting them in a setting of zombies, explaining the origin of zombies (little lacklustre in this move), figuring out how to fight and kill zombies, the lack of ability to shoot the zombies and mastering the headshot by the end of the movie, and so on. This movie is as original as any zombie movie can get. Every scene of the movie was fairly predictable. Not to say that this is a bad thing, all zombie movies are alike. It's the chemistry between the characters that really separate the greats from the rest. As liner as this movie was, the surprising anecdote about zombies which was cheesier than the cheesiest cheese cake, felt original. I laughed out loud several times during the movie; admittedly the humor was along the lines of 3 Idiots and Delhi Belly i.e. buddy movies with a lot of raunch.

The movie was 1 hour and 48 minutes in length, which is a little long for a movie of this sort. 1 hour and 30 to 40 minutes max would be ideal for a zombie flick. It's hard to keep the audience immersed. The jokes get lazy and pushy and the situations where protagonist has to escape the zombie hoards get nuttier and nuttier to the point of complete disbelief

My biggest complaint against this movie is its anti-smoking campaign.

It's almost ridiculous to see an anti-smoking campaign in a movie about pot-smoking booze hounds itching for parties that feature Mary Jane. There was an abundance of smoking scenes that featured small messages warning against smoking. It's almost like the NRA running ads that featured gun-related killings and having messages popping up simultaneously that say "Don't shoot people in the face. Shooting people in the face is bad." I understand that the movie means well and doesn't want to glamorize smoking, but omitting smoking altogether from the movie would be more effective anti-smoking rhetoric than a miniscule, meaningless and insincere insulting sign at the bottom of the screen.

Overall though, I would recommend this movie to any zombie fans out there. If you're not a fan of Bollywood but enjoy zombies it's still worth the watch. The nod to Bollywood cheesiness near the end of the movie was worth the price all on its own.There were obvious "Are you serious? He would totally get bitten in that situation." type of scenes and the anti-smoking messages were very annoying. However, they are forgivable because it's Bollywood's first attempt at the genre and from the looks of it they have done a good job.

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