Bollywood's first zombie-comedy "Go Goa Gone" starring Saif Ali Khan, Kunal Khemu, Vir Das and Anand Tiwari did poor business in the opening weekend at the domestic box office.
"Go Goa Gone" collected around ₹4.80 crore on Sunday, rounding off the grand total to ₹12.80 crore.
"#GoGoaGone collected approx. ₹12.80 cr nett in its opening weekend. Breakup:- Fri 3.75 cr, Sat 4.25 cr, Sun 4.80 cr," film critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted.
"Go Goa Gone" had opened to a poor response on the opening day collecting only ₹3.75 crore. Although business was better on Saturday and Sunday, the rise in collections did not meet the film's makers expectations.
"Has (Go Goa Gone) fared way below expectations. The film started on a sluggish note and although the business witnessed escalation on Saturday and Sunday, the jump in business was clearly missing," said Taran.
"Go Goa Gone", which is a complete multiplex movie, saw only average occupancy in metros. The occupancy at mass circuits were too low.
"The performance at a few metros was decent, but the mass circuits are a downer. Overall, disappointing!" said Taran.
Directed by Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK, "Go Goa Gone" was one of the much awaited films of the year, but it did not seem to impress the audience much despite garnering good reviews.
Claiming it to be a low budget movie, the makers of "Go Goa Gone" completed the shooting in just 60 days.
Touted to be Bollywood's first zombie-comedy, "Go Goa Gone" is about three friends - Kunal Khemu, Vir Das and Anand Tiwari - who get trapped in an island full of zombies and their hilarious attempts to escape from there. Saif, who is the only superstar in the film, plays the role of a zombie hunter.