Saif Ali Khan, Kunal Khemu, Vir Das and Anand Tiwari starrer "Go Goa Gone" earned ₹8.05 crore in two days.
Bollywood's first zombie-comedy movie witnessed a hike on the second day post its release on 10 May. "Go Goa Gone" collected around ₹4.30 crore on Saturday, summing up the grand total to ₹8.05 crore.
Revealing Saturday's collections of "Go Goa Gone", film critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted," #GoGoaGone Sat 4.30 cr."
Despite garnering good reviews from critics, "Go Goa Gone" opened to a poor response collecting only around ₹3.75 crore on the opening day. The film witnessed only average occupancy in metros and opened poorly in rural centres as well.
However, considering good reviews "Go Goa Gone" was expected to pick up on weekends and an upward inclination in the business was seen on Saturday.
According to various trade analysts, "Go Goa Gone" is expected to do good business on Sunday.
Directed by Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK, "Go Goa Gone" tells the story of three friends who get trapped in an island full of zombies and their hilarious attempts to escape from there.
Earlier, one of the directors of "Go Goa Gone" had revealed that the 'zom-com' was made on a very low budget unlike other Saif Ali Khan starrers. However, the exact cost of production is not known.
"I would say the budget of the film is very low. I am not allowed to reveal the budget of the film, but I can assure you that this film is made in much lesser budget than any Saif kind of films," one of directors, Krishna, told IANS.
"We have worked in a very controlled budget. Besides, each and every actor charged less than their market price," he added.
"Go Goa Gone", also starring Pooja Gupta, is jointly produced Saif Ali Khan, Dinesh Vijan and Sunil Lulla.