Go Goa Gone Movie Review


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Release Date:
Saif Ali Khan, Kunal Khemu, Vir Das, Anand Tiwary, Puja Gupta
Raj Nidimoru, Krishna DK
Music Director: Sachin-Jigar

After a very disastrous first bollywood zombie flick, Rise Of The Zombies, director duo, Raj Nidimoru and Krishna D.K have come up with the first of its kind zombie comedy, Go Goa Gone. The movie has already been making waves through its trailers and is all set to hit the screens today. Let’s see what this unique conception has in store for its viewers.

Story :

Hardik (Kunal Khemu) and Luv (Vir Das) are two good friends, who seek for some time out from their respective mundane lives. While Hardik faces problems in his job front, Luv remains luvless. This is when their friend Bunny (Anand Tiwari) plans to leave for Goa for a business meeting and the two join him.

Everything goes as planned unless Luna (Puja Gupta) invites the three for an underground rave party in a private island organized by a Russian Mafia (desi conman), Boris (Saif Ali Khan). Their fun, drinks and drugs filled vacation turns out to be a nightmare after the people on the island start turning into zombies.

Will the three boys along with their glamour girl, Luna and Mafioso Boris manage to escape from the jinxed island, forms the rest of the story.

Positive Points :

Go Goa Gone is nothing less than a laugh riot and the acclaim goes to directors Raj and DK along with the leads, Kunal, Vir, Anand, Puja and Saif. The film is extremely entertaining and doesn’t give a moment to rest your laugh buds. Speaking of performances, the movie belongs to the boy gang. Kunal Khemu is amazingly witty and steals the show with his back to back punches and on screen charisma. Vir and Anand very well support the movie on their shoulders and deliver a slapstick comedy. Puja adds a glamour quotient to the film and is an eye-candy. She performs strong sequences with ease.

Every time Saif Ali Khan appears on screen, the audiences just can’t keep their eyes off him. From his fake Russian accent to his apt Mafioso look, what is not to love? He is extremely trippy in all the scenes. The zombies disgust and scare the audiences with their creepy avatar.

Negative Points :

The movie falls flat in a few areas. The evolvement of the zombies and the film’s ending is a bit disappointing. Another exhausting thing in the film is the rapidity of the zombies and repetition of a few scenes. A few sequences are also adapted from some Hollywood zombie flicks. The movie becomes a little tedious at some point and the scenes stop making sense at all.

Technical Aspects :

The music of the movie given by Sachin and Jigar is top-notch, especially the tracks Slowly Slowly, Khooni Monday and Babaji ki booti. The numbers are appropriate to the whole plot and light up the viewers’ mood.

The cinematography by Lukasz Pruchnik and Dan McArthur is amazing as the camera covers the horrific effects rightly. The screenplay of the film is superlative. Special mention goes to Kunal Khemu, who has penned down the Hindi dialogues. The lines are extremely humorous and keep the viewers amused all through the movie. Directors Raj and DK are the ones to watch out for. They are the budding talents of the industry.

Verdict :

On a whole, Go Goa Gone has a unique entertaining concept that has been made keeping the new generation in mind. The movie has some extremely witty moments that will keep the audience engaged.