8 Years Of Go Goa Gone – Why We Need More Brilliant Films Like This

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Go Goa Gone was the first zombie film from Bollywood which was a complete surprise with unique concept, engaging theme, hilarious moments and nice songs.


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Released in 2013, Go Goa Gone tells the story of group of friends who get stuck on an island in Goa when they discover that pills consumed by guest at a raunchy party are turning into zombies. They along with so-called Russian mafia, Boris, must fight with these man- killing creatures to come out alive from the island.

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From the director of entertainments like 99 and Shor In The City , Krishna D.K., Raj Nidimoru gives you another wonderful story that is completely different from what you have witnessed on Indian screen. The theme is niche and will be acid test for them if it is accepted by Indian audience.  The film starts off very will with Kunal Khemu and Vir Das tickling your funny bone. Directors do not waste much time and gets into crux of the plot and with introduction of Saif Ali Khan , the movie becomes more interesting. Till interval , you will be engaged and entertained but the second half becomes little monotonous and climax scene could have better executed. Krishna D.K. and Raj Nidimoru are getting better with each film and this one is no exception. Screenplay is completely tight. Art direction and cinematography is awesome. Dialogues are funny. Music by Sachin-Jigar is foot-tapping with slowly- slowly being pick-up from the lot. Performance Kunal Khemu , Vir Das and Saif Ali Khan is note worthy. They are amazing and will make sure to entertain you. Anand Tiwari and Pooja Gupta do justice to their part.

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Go Goa Gone was a completely different experience from what you have observed in Indian Cinema and thumbs-up to the makers for trying out something new. Go Goa Gone performed well at the box office with Rs 24.98 crore against a budget of Rs 19 crore. The makers are planning for a sequel which might be starting from 2022 onwards.

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