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Go Goa Gone 720p In Hindi Dubbed Movie

Go Goa Gone: A hilarious zombie comedy in Hindi

Go Goa Gone is a 2013 Hindi action comedy film starring Saif Ali Khan, Kunal Khemu, Vir Das, Anand Tiwari, and Puja Gupta. The film is directed by Raj and DK, who also wrote the story along with Sita Menon. The film is about three friends who go to Goa for a vacation and end up in a zombie-infested island. The film is a spoof of the zombie genre and has many funny moments and dialogues. The film was well received by the critics and the audience and became a cult hit. The film is available in 720p quality in hindi dubbed version on various online platforms such as [JioCinema] and [ZEE5].

Plot summary

The film begins with Hardik (Kunal Khemu), Luv (Vir Das), and Bunny (Anand Tiwari), three friends who work in different fields and are bored with their lives. Hardik is a drug addict who gets fired from his job, Luv is a womanizer who gets dumped by his girlfriend, and Bunny is a workaholic who has no time for fun. They decide to go to Goa to relax and have some fun. There, they meet Luna (Puja Gupta), a beautiful girl who invites them to a rave party on a remote island. The party is organized by the Russian mafia, led by Boris (Saif Ali Khan), who claims to be a zombie hunter. The next morning, the friends wake up to find that the island is overrun by zombies who have killed most of the partygoers. They team up with Boris and Luna to escape from the island and fight the zombies.

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Cast and crew




Saif Ali Khan


Kunal Khemu


Vir Das


Anand Tiwari


Puja Gupta

The film is directed by Raj Nidimoru and Krishna D.K., who are known for their quirky and innovative films such as Shor in the City, Stree, and The Family Man. The film is produced by Saif Ali Khan, Dinesh Vijan, and Sunil Lulla under the banners of Illuminati Films and Eros International. The music of the film is composed by Sachin-Jigar, who have given some catchy songs such as Slowly Slowly, Khoon Choos Le, and Babaji Ki Booti. The cinematography of the film is done by Dan Macarthur and Lukasz Pruchnik, who have captured the scenic beauty of Goa and Mauritius as well as the horror of the zombies. The editing of the film is done by Arindam Ghatak, who has given a crisp and smooth narrative.

Interesting facts about Go Goa Gone

  • The film is considered to be India's first zom-com (zombie comedy) film.

  • The film was shot mostly in Mauritius, where a huge set was created to resemble a zombie-infested island.

  • Saif Ali Khan's character Boris is inspired by Brad Pitt's character Gerry Lane from World War Z.

  • Soha Ali Khan, who plays a cameo role as Kunal's girlfriend in the film, was actually engaged to him in real life at that time.

  • The film was banned in Nepal due to its depiction of drugs and zombies.

Reviews and ratings

The film received positive reviews from both critics and audiences for its fresh and funny take on the zombie genre. The film was praised for its witty dialogues, hilarious situations, and performances of the lead actors. The film also received appreciation for its technical aspects such as the makeup, the sound effects, and the visual effects. The film has a rating of 6.6/10 on IMDb, 3.5/5 on Times of India, and 3/5 on Hindustan Times. The film was also nominated for several awards such as the Filmfare Awards, the Screen Awards, and the Stardust Awards.


Go Goa Gone is a must-watch film for anyone who loves comedy and zombies. The film is a perfect blend of horror and humor that will keep you entertained throughout. The film is a rare example of a successful spoof that does not mock but celebrates the genre. The film is a cult classic that has a loyal fan following even after eight years of its release. The film is available in 720p quality in hindi dubbed version on various online platforms such as [JioCinema] and [ZEE5]. You can also watch the full movie on [YouTube].


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