Go Goa Gone is a fun movie, with some cute dialogs and loveable characters. Don’t get me wrong, it isn’t a great movie, but it isn’t bad either. It is another outing for Saif as a producer and he doesn’t do as badly as he did with Agent Vinod. The best part of the movie are the dialogs. Kunal Khemu, Vir Das, Anand Tiwari and Pooja Gupta are okay in the roles of young executives who are out to have fun in Goa. Saif Ali Khan shines in the role of Boris, a Russian drug dealer from New Delhi.
The background music is jarring at times. But it maintains the mood of the movie, never letting it get too serious.
Bunny, Hardik and Luv are roomies who go to Goa, expecting to have some fun. In Goa, Luv runs into Luna who invites him to a rave party on an island. The party is hosted by the Russian underworld through their man Boris. During the party a new drug is circulated, which makes zombies of everybody who took it. The next morning finds our four heroes, along with Boris and his sidekick as the only non-zombies on the island. How they survive the day and one night makes up the rest of the story.
It is time pass movie, which you can watch with friends. I think this movie will be a more enjoyable experience if watched at home with friends on a weekend.
With questions like “What do we know? What did we learn?” that have replies like, “We know nothing and we learnt ghantta”, the movie is definitely good for laughs over a weekend evening.
Reviewed by Vinay Payyapilly