Worst Of Bollywood In 2016 Hindi Article

1. MSG: The Warrior Lion Heart

A movie in which Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh has done everything. I still don’t get who watches these kinds of movies. The concept of the actor being a spy just like James Bond and the aliens will give you a headache. The story, execution and everything else is very childlike. It looks like a seven-year kid has made the film.

2. Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3​

This film is third addition to the Kyaa Kool Hain Hum series. The film stars Tushar Kapoor, Aftab Shivdasani, and Mandana Karimi as leading characters with Krushna Abhishek, Gizele Thakral, Claudia Ciesla, Shakti Kapoor and Darshan Jariwala playing pivotal roles. The movie got an “A” certificate from the censor board including 150 cuts. Most of the critics have given the rating of 1.5/10 to this film. Needless to say, the movie is a skid mark even to the genre of adult comedy. The film lacks story, screenplay, and plot and tries to strive over puns which are not even funny. Krushna’s comic timing was the only source of entertainment, which was underused. The girls of the film have done nothing more than showing skin.

3. Mastizaade​

Mastizaade stars Tushar Kapoor, Vir Das and Sunny Leone as leads along with Shaad Randhawa, Asrani, and Suresh Menon playing pivotal roles while Ritesh Deshmukh plays a cameo in the film. The movie is a story about two sex addicts (Tushar and Vir) treated by twin sisters (Sunny Leone). It released on 29 January and seemed like a cousin to Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3. The movie got 2.3/10 IMDB rating. It faced many protests, because of some offensive scenes and it earned around 38.44 crores in total. This film proves that Tushar should leave the industry now. The jokes are offensive and predictable. The names of the character and their jobs, everything is made double meaning to make viewers laugh forcibly. If you have low expectations from this movie, beware! It will turn out to be worse.

4. Great Grand Masti

If you want to see this flick to laugh and have fun, better read your Whatsapp jokes because that would be better than watching this film. Three husbands (Aftab Shivdasani, Vivek Oberoi, and Ritesh Deshmukh) looking for fun outside marriage get themselves trapped with a bhootni ( Urvashi Rautela). The third addition to the Masti series is abysmal. Director Inder Kumar has locked the logic in a box and threw it out, and the result we get is Great Grand Masti. This year it was a competition between Great Grand Masti, Mastizaade and Kya Kool Hain Hum 3 for being the worst. The film is a horror-comedy genre with no horror and absolutely no fun. Aftab is annoying, and it feels sad to see Ritesh and Vivek doing such movies.

5. Teraa Surroor

It is a sequel to Himesh Reshammiya starrer 2007 film Aap Ka Suroor. Tera Suroor has launched Farah Karimaee. Naseeruddin Shah, Shekhar Kapur and Monica Dogra can be seen in supporting roles. This flick makes you ask Himesh that why he is even bothering to act. People love him as a composer only. The movie is very slow and stretched. Repetitive dialogues, flat expressions, and numerous flashbacks make you hit your head on a wall.

6. 1920 London

Vikram Bhatt tried to scare us with the same old elements which didn’t work for the film. The cast includes Sharman Joshi, Meera Chopra, and Vishal Karwal as leads. A young couple (Meera and Vishal) living in London, the husband gets trapped by a witch. Then to save her husband, the lady turns to Rajasthan where only her ex-lover Sharman Joshi can help her husband. Sharman doesn’t fit the role of an exorcist. He tries to be dramatic, but he can’t pull it off. The witch wasn’t even looking scary. The not so scary plots, weak storyline, the poor casting and easily forgettable songs make the movie worth putting on this list.

7. Sanam Re

After watching this film you will curse yourself for your action. It includes Pulkit Samrat as Akash, Yami Gautam as Shruti and Urvashi Rautela as Akansha/Mrs. Pablo. Rishi Kapoor also played an important character in the film. The movie earned 30.32 crores in total. The only good thing about the flick is its music. Sanam Re has the worst screenplay I have ever seen. You won’t understand the story if you missed a single scene in the film. Some theories sound ridiculous and baseless like “Take 500 steps from here, and you will find your soulmate, your heart will beat at her doorstep,” and the movie shows that if you want to save a contract, then you have to woo the investor, that’s the only way to do it. Is it? The storyline doesn’t connect much.

8. Tum Bin 2

The film looks exactly like its prequel, even the character names are same. The film comes with many loopholes. The girl remains confused whom she loves till the very end. Shekhar ( Aditya Seal) makes Taran ( Neha Sharma) realize that she loves her fiancé Amar (Ashim Gulati). Amar’s father introduces Taran (Neha) to Shekhar (Aditya) knowing that he has killed his son just because Shekhar is feeling guilty. Why? The soul lies in the music of this movie which is not as good as the Tum Bin.

9. Befikre

If you have watched any of the Aditya Chopra’s film, then Befikre is same. Repeating old stories in the new style is Aditya Chopra’s specialty. The movie was predictable with each and every scene. Dharam ( Ranveer Singh) and Shyra ( Vaani Kapoor) live in a live-in relationship. They break up and then become friends. Enters, the third predictable character Armaan Rehlan aka Aney who woos Shyra and asks her to marry him, which makes Dharam realizes that he loves Shyra. Sounds familiar? Yes, indeed it is. Ranveer’s acting has pulled off the film a bit while Vaani was disastrous.

10. Fitoor

Fitoor meaning obsession based on a Charles Dickens’ novel “Great Expectation.” The movie contains a powerful cast including Aditya Roy Kapur, Katrina Kaif and Tabu with Ajay Devgan in a cameo. Aditi Rao Hydari, Akshay Oberoi, Lara Dutta, Rahul Bhat and Suchitra Pillai are supporting actors in the film. The movie lacks a clear storyline. You get confused with Firdaus (Katrina) and Noor’s (Aditya) relationship. Fitoor lacks storyline detailing. Ajay Devgan’s role seemed meaningless. He portrayed the character of a Jihadi, but didn’t act like one and he was funding Noor for no prominent reasons. Tabu portrays her role beautifully in parts. The shots of Kashmir is mesmerizing.