Bollywood's latest release "Go Goa Gone" opened to a poor response in the overseas market.
The film, touted to be the first zombie-comedy in Hindi cinema, collected ₹3.56 crore in the opening weekend at the international box office.
"#GoGoaGone is a non-starter in key markets. Opening weekend business is shockingly low. Weekend business: approx $ 650,000 [₹ 3.56 cr]," film critic and trade analyst Taran Aadarsh tweeted.
The Saif Ali Khan starrer earned the highest from UAE collecting ₹1.27 crore and scored least at the Fiji box office with only ₹3.65 lakh.
"Go Goa Gone hit 42 screens in UK and Ireland from where the movie collectively raked only ₹39.68 lakh. In the U.S movie minted ₹93.11 lakh out of 92 screens.
"#GoGoaGone *opening weekend* UK £ 47,089 [₹39.68 lacs] ... USA $ 170,044 [₹93.11 lacs] ... UAE AED 850,000 [₹1.27 cr] ..." said Adarsh.
In Australia, the film was released in 11 screens and collected approximately ₹18.45 lakh from there.
"#GoGoaGone *opening weekend* Australia A$ 33,807 [₹18.45 lacs] ... Fiji FJD 11,893 [₹3.65 lacs]" said the film critic.
"Go Goa Gone", which stars Saif Ali Khan, Kunal Khemu, Vir Das and Anand Tiwari, had collected a ₹12.9 crore in the opening weekend in India.
On Monday, "Go Goa Gone" witnessed a huge fall and collected just ₹2.05 crore, taking the domestic total to ₹14.95 crore. The film's total collections (domestic and overseas) till Monday stand at ₹18.41 crore.
"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. Despite the massive pre-release promotions and good reviews from critics, its overall collections were below expectations.