Go Goa Gone – A Goner at the BO

The box office zombies made mincemeat out of the Saif Ali Khan production Go Goa Gone.

The film, touted as India’s first with a zombies theme, did miserably at the U.S. box office.

Go Goa Gone notched up a mere $170,044 in its opening weekend (May 10-13, 2013).

Reports from India suggest the film did not have a good opening in Mera Bharat Mahaan too.

Go Goa Gone U.S. Box Office Report

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6 Responses to "Go Goa Gone – A Goner at the BO"

  1. rajesh jagetia   May 14, 2013 at 12:38 am

    Yeah, movie is not doing good in India too.

    Its trailer was a huge hit on youtube but that did not translate in actual viewership.

    Much like SRK movies which are huge hits on youtube but when comes to domestic BO, not so big specially in comparison to your favorite Salman Khan.

    One interesting link for you


    SearchIndia.com Responds:

    Read the piece in your link….Chutias. 🙁

  2. Madmax673   May 14, 2013 at 3:37 pm

    There are fans who pray for his good health.


    Wonder what will happen if he eats ‘spicy goat leg’ soup with the chunky bone.

    “His judgement cometh and that right soon”

    Off topic:

    SI, please check your email.

    SearchIndia.com Responds:

    1. Well, in India the idiots pray to everything.

    Cows, Monkeys, Snakes, cycles, scooters, Cars, Exam books, houses, plump women, Bald men, lecherous swamijis, people with Afro hair-style and once a year even tools like cutting pliers, screw-drivers, hammers, drilling machines etc receive dutiful genuflection from hundreds of millions.

    By the way, I’m not kidding about Indians praying to Monkeys, Cars, Plump women, Bald men, Screw-drivers, Hammers, Cutting Pliers, Drills etc.

    So I’m not in the least surprised that mindless Indians should bow down at the altar of a whacko like Salman Khan.

    2. Saw your note. Have two things in mind. Will respond tonight, sweetie.

  3. Aswin_Kini   May 20, 2013 at 3:30 pm

    I am surprised that SI and Folks still shell out money to review garbage hindi, tamil, and telugu movies when they can spend their time reviewing classical films for free and have the dual benefit of enjoying good movies and saving valuable money!!!

    For instance, if SI or any of his friends took the time to switch on their TV and browse the movie channels like Star Movies, HBO, Fox Action etc, they will find good movies, such as Inglorious Basterds (Not Bastards), Raging Bull (The movie on the boxer, Jake lamotta played by SI’s favorite actor Robert De Niro), Pursuit of Happiness (Yeah, I know SI had reviewed this film and Inglorious Basters, but WTH), The Great Escape, Shutter (Thai Version – translated in English (Not sure if they played it in HBO or some other channel))or Cinderella Man (A great performance by Russell Crowe and easily the best boxing film since Rocky).

    SearchIndia.com Responds:

    Sweetie, after I finish my binge-watching the superb Korean TV series Incarnation of Money (I’m on Episode 10, another 14 to go), I shall do as per your edict.

    For those who have not seen Incarnation of Money, I strongly recommend it. Free on Viki.com (hopefully, Viki plays in India and there are no geographical restrictions).

  4. Aswin_Kini   May 21, 2013 at 1:38 am

    Ahem!! I am afraid that I cannot view the Incarnation of Money in Viki due to geographical restrictions (All the good stuff gets restricted here :().

    As for the movies, take your time. I mentioned this because I found that it was better to view quality movies, which are played in your local movie channels (Beware Star Movies and HBO frequently broadcast only popular movies, such as Transformers, Iron Man, Inception, and the Dark Knight, and very rarely play classical films. So, you may have to keep checking your channels frequently to get a glimpse of movies such as the Robert De Niro starrer RAGING BULL and the Russell Crowe Starred Cinderella Man).

    It is better to stick to watching movies via TV, rather than splurging up 10-12 Dollars on useless Bollywood, Kollywood, or Tollywood films. Also, in this fragile economy, it is best advisable to spend your money wisely, what do you say 😉

    I am not sure about US, but in India, at the current rate, we are facing a recession and I am afraid we cannot afford to watch ZOMBCOMs (For ya folks who don’t know, that’s the new term for a Zombie Comedy)…..

    And reminding me of Zombie Comedies, I think I saw a few in Star Movies or HBO namely Shaun of the Dead and Zombieland… These two are way better comedies than Go GOa and Gone.

    SearchIndia.com Responds:

    What a pity Viki.com is not available in India. Solid Asian content.

    Plan to watch Monsieur Ibrahim, an acclaimed French film today.


    As for your suggestion of watching movies on broadcast TV, I can’t remember seeing a complete film on TV. Far too many ads interrupting the flow. Plus, I don’t subscribe to Star or any other Murdoch channels. In my not-so-humble view, Rupert Murdoch represents all that’s cheap, tawdry and tacky in the world.

  5. vedagiris   May 22, 2013 at 9:21 am

    Shaun of the dead is a great zombie movie and wonderful timepass. zombieland also falls in similar category.

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