Apart from a few good flicks like Gangs of Wasseypur and A Wednesday, Bollywood has always given me garbage. And on some occasions – it’s given me even worse. Here’s a list of some of the most unforgivably bad movies of Bollywood.
A three and a half hours of torture, this movie is a total waste of good star-cast. With such talented souls in the movie, Karan Johar could’ve definitely come up with something sensible and entertaining at the same time. Compared to Karan Johar’s previous flicks Kuch kuch hota hai and Kal Ho Na Ho, this movie had nothing to offer except for the good costumes and glamorous and fancy lifestyle show of the characters. With some irrelevant sequences, the never-ending story could not keep the audience hooked through the movie. An expected climax, was yet another put down.
Salman Khan, Action Movie, Eid release- probably the best combo Bollywood could provide you with. However, with Bodyguard, this was not the case. Despite the hype, the movie could not live up to the expectations of the audience. It would better be defined as a movie which needed you to leave your brains and logical self away while you watch it. A common story line with some over-dramatic songs and overdone-action sequences literally made me want to bang my head against the wall. By the end of the movie, all one could do is feel bad for the current state of Indian cinema.
While this over-hyped movie with Rishi Kapoor’s Son and Anil Kapoor’s daughter making their debut was able to draw audience to the theatres, it definitely succeeded in disappointing the viewers. With a stupid story, undesired cinematography and set of completely not-making-sense costumes, this movie was nothing but a big time failure. It left people wondering how an established and sensible director like Sanjay LeelaBhansali could come up with something so non-sense.
The movie was so pathetic that the ardent sci-fi lover in me couldn’t notice the much-hyped (but competent) special effects. With Priyanka Chopra at her worst with Hritik-look-alike co-actor struggling to act, this was nothing short of a bad attempt at science fiction. The other problem was the story or the lack of it.
The high-budget flick, with the promise of being one of its kind, certainly proved itself right- Indians definitely had not seen something THIS BAD before!
What a colossal waste of money!
The movie, as if, was meant to make you lose faith in superhero movies. The “Badshah”certainly did not deliver what was expected of him and once again proved that all he can do is romance on-screen. Special effects and action- that is all the movie had in store for the viewers. With a complete lack of story, here it is making its way to one of the worst Bollywood movies ever.
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