Go Goa Gone is a Bollywood zombie comedy, with several laugh out loud moments. In a nutshell, three friends end up going to an island near Goa for a rave party sponsored by the Russian mafia. One of the drugs passed around ended up turning people into zombies, and the friends, along with a few other survivors, try to find a way off the island, while avoiding being eaten by the zombies. Saif Ali Khan was a riot as Boris, an arsenal-toting member of the Russian mafia, a bit reminiscent of Woody Harrelson's character in Zombieland. Rather than being a Bollywood remake, it was an original story that payed homage to other films. A familiar line that stood out was Boris quoting, "I'll be back."
Aside from its comedy genre, what impressed me about the film was that, before it began, Saif Ali Khan introduced the film with a brief warning about smoking, drinking, and drug use. He emphasized it by relating his history as a smoker and the heart attack he had at 36. Bollywood films always include a warning about smoking if it is going to appear on screen, but this one was actually powerful. And the movie itself was a hilarious warning about the risks of drug abuse.