There was nothing special about this 2016 film. And it was a reminder for many other Malayalam movies, which without strong storyline, no movie could reach its height in Malayalam movie industry. The movie lacked a strong storyline and was completely an action movie, even though the crew was filled many talented persons.
The story of “Maalgudi Days” was based on true events that happened in Nagaland. But the lack of strong cast and directional faults made the movie a big failure of 2016. It was directed by three brothers, Vishak, Vivek, and Vinod.
3. Hello Namasthe
Lack of a strong cast and directional faults made this movie a big failure. It lasted only a few days in the theaters before moving aside for big hits in 2016. Cast includes,
. Lack of strong storyline also increased the fatal failure of this movie.
4. Mr. Marumakan
There are many flop films in the career of ‘
’. But his worst film of all will be “Mr. Marumakan”. The film was a disaster in many ways. The chemistry between Dileep and ‘’, who played the female lead, was not up to the mark. Performances from a legendary actress like '
' didn't help the movie to have a decent collection from box offices.
’ lately has many flop movies to his name, including ‘
” etc. But ‘Rajadhiraja’ started the downfall of superstar Mammootty in the Malayalam film industry. The movie was all the same style and film viewers didn’t take it lightly.
One of the biggest failures in Malayalam film industry. ‘Peruchazhi’ is among the big budget films made in Malayalam, and it is also a big flop in Malayalam film industry as well. With no attention to the storyline, the film was such a disaster both in an economic way as well as in the views.
A film which had conflicts from the very beginning didn’t go as a hit. ‘Anil C Menon’s “London Bridge” was a catastrophe in Malayalam film industry, and was a big setback for
as an actor. The movie was even dubbed to Telugu, but couldn’t escape the tragic failure.
8. Beda Dhosth
One of the biggest setbacks for actor
in his acting career. “Beda Dhosth" was a complete waste of money and time, due to its same old formula of lame action. It was the clear implication that the audiences wanted a change among story, action, and direction.
‘Leela’ is a film based on a Malayalam novel. But the film's direction and way of interpretation weren't taken the right way by the audience. The film was a tragic failure due to its complex storyline which didn't give any meaning to the normal audience.
Many of the new generation audience liked the film a lot. But the climax and easy way of direction created a disaster of a movie. “Happy Wedding” was one such film.