Director: Krishna D.K., Raj Nidimoru
Released: May 10, 2013
Genre: Action | Adventure | Comedy | Horror
Star-actors: Saif Ali Khan, Kunal Khemu, Vir Das, Anand Tiwary, Puja Gupta.
Summary: ”Go Goa Gone (2013)”-Three friends head to Goa for some fun and frolic. What they think will be non-stop party-time turns into a nightmare, as they run into an unending stream of strange, shuffling creatures, neither dead nor alive, thirsty for human blood. What are these, quavers one of the alive-but-shaken threesome. Not chudails, not bhoots, but, ta da, zombies. Hardik, Luv, Bunny (Khemu, Das, Tiwari)wouldn’t have sounded so surprised if they had known that the venerable Ramsay Bros were the creators of India’s first movie zombies. But there’s one crucial difference between those and these: Go Goa Gone aims to make us laugh, and as we know, all laughter in the Ramsay horror shows was meant to be entirely unintentional. And that’s certainly a first. Raj and DK’s freshly-minted critters can safely take their place at the head of new-age Bollywood’s blood-thirsty undead pantheon. Fittingly, Bollywood’s first zom com (zombie comedy) borrows broad brushstrokes from this very Hollywood genre, not the least of which are the zombies, with their blank eyes, staggering walk, and blood-spattered teeth. That the setting is Goa, whose beaches are over-run with unwashed, stringy-haired, glassy-eyed foreigners, helps. Raj and DK cleverly use the desi Goa rave party as the most appropriate site for zombies: the raves are meant to be those drugged-out crazy parties filled with acid heads dancing to pot-fuelled trance, and we can easily imagine how…
Most attention: Action with Comedy & Horror Scenes
Duration: 1hours 48mins (1:48 hrs)