Quite a mouthful that, ain’t it? 😛
So! GGG (not to be confused with the ludicrous 3G :roll:)is quite an enjoyable zom-com, one of the first desi produces of its kinds.
I suspect a great amount of thought went into christening the characters rather than fleshing out their roles. So we have two Monday-hating PLAYBOYS named Luv, Hardik 😯 while the third crony responds to BUNNY! Go figure that out!!! 😛
The first two suck at most things- their jobs, their wooing skills for potential blowjobs … 😆 😆 😆
Erm, got a little carried away there, didn’t I? 😉
Anyway, Bunny scores an all-expenses paid trip in the land of feni and our hedonists don’t need to be asked twice.
Enter the desi Luna Lovegood- who does Luv real good!!! 😆 😆 😆
She invites the trio to a very exclusive beach rave on an island, off the Goan coast. Organized by the Russian Mafioso, our boys are feeling quite proud that they’ve finally made it large 😛 and are on a high with all the free booze flowing. But the asli nasha doesn’t really kick in! What’s not free is that tiny red pill, one that’s revered as the baap of all stoning agents. Naturally, the kadkas can’t afford it and get back to greedily laying their hands on the remaining sharaab, shabaabs and kabaabs! Laajawabs! 😀
In retrospect, that perhaps was the best thing to have happened cuz all the pillwales transformed overnight into CHILL-waales! Soulless cannibalistic corpses on the prowl, flipping o’er fresh maas after tripping on all the ghass 😆
Enter Boris ‘Bekaar’ 😀 A self-commissioned zombie-slayer who likes to keel dead peepul. The gun-toting Indo-Russian does a fine job of keeping the audience in splits and the zombies’ brains split (wide open). That the living dead limp more painfully than Tehmur himself and it doesn’t take a Russian’s expertise to annihilate them is a realization that makes the protagonists go from zeroes to heroes in the climax.
GGG is one of those few films that can boast of an above average rating in every department. The concept’s refreshingly unique in the Bollywood context, the acting’s top notch, the humor crackling, the make-up and styling sensational, the gore truly gruesome…there’s not much to hate!
If you’re dreading going to sweltering Goa at this time of the year, go catch the uber-cool Go Goa Gone instead!
BELOW: Biting Humour, that’s the genre! 😉