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Top 10 Worst Movies From Great Bollywood Directors

Top 10 Worst Movies From Great Bollywood Directors Hindi Article

Bollywood has given us many great directors who have made one after another great film. But it doesn’t matter how talented one director might be, some mistakes are bound to happen. It means a film that is so bad that it doesn't even come close to the otherwise impressive filmography of a talented director. Today we look at some of the worst films directed by talented Bollywood directors.

1. Aag (Ram Gopal Varma)

Ram Gopal Varma directed legendary films like Satya, Shool, and Rakht Charitra, among others. But we don’t know what happened to him when he decided to remake the classic Sholay. Aag was the worst film of both Amitabh Bachchan and RGV’s careers. Amitabh regrets his decision to star in the movie, and we must agree with him. RGV directed a series of disasters after Aag.

2. Bullet Raja (Tigmanshu Dhulia)

Tigmanshu Dhulia directed greats like Paan Singh Tomar and Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster before his worst film, Bullet Raja. It’s an action story of an ordinary man turned gangster, set in Lucknow. The audience didn’t like the movie, and it flopped at the box office. The critics also gave it below-average ratings. We certainly expected a better film from Tigmanshu.

3. Sadak 2 (Mahesh Bhatt)

Mahesh Bhatt directed classics like Aashiqui, Sadak, Arth, and Saaransh, among others, in his long and lustrous career. But his latest, Sadak 2, a sequel to 1991’s Sadak, is his worst film ever. The writing was weak, and the dialogues felt ineffective and outdated. This sequel to the original Sadak was unnecessary, and we certainly expected better from the director as well as the cast.

4. Bombay Velvet (Anurag Kashyap)

With films like Black Friday, Ugly, Gangs of Wasseypur, and Raman Raghav 2.0 under his belt, Anurag Kashyap remains one of the best Bollywood directors of the 21st century. But the low point of his career came with Bombay Velvet. Made on a budget of Rs 120 crores, Bombay Velvet bombed at the box office and received negative reviews from the audience and critics alike. It remains Anurag’s worst film ever, and everyone was left utterly disappointed after watching this film.

5. Pehla Nasha (Ashutosh Gowariker)

Making your feature film debut can be difficult for anyone, irrespective of how good a director you may be. The same was the case with Ashutosh Gowariker when he made his debut film, Pehla Nasha, released in 1993. The film was a mediocre drama that comes nowhere close to the standards he has set with acclaimed films like Lagaan, Swades, and Jodhaa Akbar.

6. Ra. One (Anubhav Sinha)

Ra. One was an ambitious and brave project, combining science fiction with the superhero genre and exploring the wonders of VFX. It was the most expensive Indian film at the time, with a budget of Rs 150 crores. But the movie was terrible and had a crappy storyline. Anubhav Sinha has since made several acclaimed films like Mulk, Thappad, and Article 15. Still, we can’t get over the fact that the same director made Ra. One which was a colossal flop at the box office.

7. Simran (Hansal Mehta)

Simran, directed by Hansal Mehta, came up short of our expectations. Inspired by actual events, the movie follows Prafull, who takes up a life of crime when she cannot repay her loan. The movie comes across as overly sarcastic and repetitive. Hansal Mehta is a genius behind the camera, which has been proved with his films Shahid, Aligarh, and Citylights. But he disappointed the viewers with Simran.

8. Mirzya (Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra)

Mehra directed the modern-day masterpieces Rang De Basanti and Bhaag Milkha Bhaag. But everyone was disappointed with his film that followed Bhaad Milkha Bhaag, Mirzya. Mirzya was called sloppy, unsatisfactory, and doomed from the start. It failed to impress critics and audiences alike and was a disaster at the box office.

9. Kaanchi (Subhash Ghai)

Subhash Ghai directed many Bollywood classics like Khal Nayak, Pardes, Karz, Karma, and others. But his latest Kaanchi was a terrible film. The movie focused on the topic of women’s empowerment but made absolutely no sense. Although all of Ghai’s films of the 2000s were bad, with the likes of Kisna, Yuvvraaj, and Yaadein, Kaanchi was the final blow to his directorial career, which lacked the quality it once possessed.

10. Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola (Vishal Bhardwaj)

Vishal Bhardwaj is one of the best filmmakers in Bollywood today. He has directed acclaimed films like Haider, Maqbool, Omkara, Makdee, and many more. But his worst movie is indeed Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola, released in 2013. This black comedy features Pankaj Kapur, Imran Khan, and Anushka Sharma. The movie tried to mix politics with romance but couldn’t do justice to either one. It performed poorly at the box office, and critics panned it. It was a genuinely disappointing film.

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