With the increase in computation power and the development of new state-of-the-art deep learning algorithms, appearance-based gaze estimation is becoming more and more popular. It is believed to work well with curated laboratory data sets, however it faces several challenges when deployed in real world scenario. One such challenge is to estimate the gaze of a person about which the Deep Learning model trained for gaze estimation has no knowledge about. To analyse the performance in such scenarios we have tried to simulate a calibration mechanism. In this work we use the MPIIGaze data set. We trained a multi modal convolutional neural network and analysed its performance with and without calibration and this evaluation provides clear insights on how calibration improved the performance of the Deep Learning model in estimating gaze in the wild.