Actor-producer Saif Ali Khan, who was seen using abusive language in Go Goa Gone, quips that he is hoping that the film gets 'A' certificate and doesn't get banned.
"The dialogues in the film have Russian and Hindi galis (abuses)... I just hope the film gets an 'A' certificate and doesn't get banned at the censors," a smiling Saif told reporters during the film's music launch.
Asked how his family reacted to his abusive language in the film he said: "My mom thought this was not the best idea I had... she was a bit concerned about the subject and the language. While my sister (Soha) thought it was pretty cool as her boy friend (Kunal Khemu) is in the film."
"As far as my wife (Kareena) is concerned, she is supportive and she is happy with the positive response that we have got from the people," he added.
There was live performance by the 'Zoombies' at the music launch and the music of the film is given by music directors Sachin and Jigar.
Saif, who is also producing and experimenting with the Zoombie genre for the first time, says there is market for everything in India.
"I had a great time shooting for this film. It was a great team and wonderful technicians I feel there is market for everything in India."
"I am glad people have liked my role in the movie but I would like to say the film is about two friends Kunal and Vir and how the third friend joins them and what happens in Goa," he added.
Directed by Raj Nidimoru and Krishna D K Go Goa Gone also features Vir Das, Puja Gupta among others. The film is slated for a May 10 release.