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Go Goa Gone: 10 cracking punchlines from the film

Updated: May 11, 2013, 11:21 AM IST
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Go Goa Gone: 10 cracking punchlines from the film
Apart from being a zom-com, 'Go Goa Gone' is also a new take on modern age romance.

New Delhi: Apart from being a zom-com, 'Go Goa Gone' is also a new take on modern age romance. The film is full of witty one liners and we have brought to you a list of ten such dialogue which will leave you in splits.

There are spoilers ahead, so you are suggested to come back to this article after watching the film.

Life ka simple pleasure hai no smoking zone me smoke up karma (Life's simple pleasure is to smoke up in a no smoking zone). Kunal Kemmu and Vir Das are two friends who are very fond of weed, and Kunal says so while working alone in the office.

Main raat din kaam karke, pet kaat ke ye sab laata hoon aur tumne sab fenk diya (I work day and night to bring all this, and you threw my stuff away). Nothing wrong in saying so, it's just that they were talking about hashish.

Yeah, you liked it...f*** ***. No translation needed. While showing an expensive gift, Vir Das says this to a girl who dumps him for someone else.

Zakhm ek ladki ne diya hai, marham dusri ladki lagayegi (One girl has given the wound, another will apply ointment). Too literal, but you understood the meaning, right?

Let's go, this party is dead now. Well, till this point of time, the party had changed into a battle ground between a handful of men and zombies.

Main akele ye kaam kar sakta hoon. Abe akele tera kela kat jayega (I can do this task alone. Shut up, you won't be able to save your life alone). Those who are well versed with urban slang would definitely understand the hidden meaning.

Itne saal Russians ke saath raha hoon ki khoon vodka ban gaya hai (I have spent so many years with the Russians that my blood has changed to vodka). Saif Ali Khan explains his appearance to Anand Tiwari.

Kunal Kemmu introduces himself to someone, 'Hi, I am Hardik.' The other person asks, 'Hard what?' Bunny (Anand Tiwari) supplements, 'D*** d***.'

Kunal to Vir: Kuch hua us scooty ke saath (Anything happened with that scooty).
Vir: Scooty nahi Luna. Luna is Puja Gupta's character's name.

Vir: Ye India me bhoot-pret hote hain, zombies kahan se aa gaye (We never heard of anything other than ghosts in India, where did the zombies come from).
Kunal: Globalisation, ye phirangiyo ne watt laga di hai (It's due to globalisation, foreign forces are responsible for it).

First Published: May 11, 2013, 11:21 AM IST
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