10 Best Worst Films (Bollywood)

There are those films that deserve a space in the hall of fame of being so worse that it is the best.

Let’s be honest for a while, not every Bollywood film is golden. There are films that even beat Hollywood for being so good.

And then there are those that deserve a space in the hall of fame of being so worse that it is the best.

Bollywood has no shortage of films with no sense whatsoever and films that are so cringe-worthy, it hurts. And we have done the job of narrowing it down for your ease.

Here are 10 best worst films, Bollywood edition.

1. Jaani Dushman: Ek Anokhi Kahani (2002).

And anokhi it was. I don’t even have words to explain how dumb this film was, I feel sorry for watching it.

Directed by Rajkumar Kohli, the film had a long list of actors dumb enough to agree to play in a movie like this. The VFX was effed up, the storyline was effed up, some of their actings was too cringy to handle, and the fight sequence exactly like the “Matrix,” but worse.

2. Hello (2008).

A book adaptation gone-wrong. Hello starring Salman Khan was adapted from the book “One Night at a Call Centre” by Chetan Bhagat.

And oh the film went so wrong. The storyline is boring, the acting is below-average, and special appearances by Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif just doesn’t help.

3. Fool & Final (2007).

A gang of confused robbers, getting in trouble for stealing from gangsters and underworld dons with the name Moscow Chikna, “comedy,” murders, and diamonds, I wonder what other movie has a story-line similar to this.

4. Rascals (2011).

David Dhawan directed yet another masterpiece starring Sanjay Dutt and Ajay Devgan that is so dumb and confusing, you can’t even.

This film is a stupid representation of how cons con each other.

5. Love Story 2050 (2008).

A science fiction-romance film based on a utopian future city of Mumbai in the year 2050.

Starring Priyanka Chopra and Hrithik Roshan look-a-like Herman Baweja, the film might be the first utopian time travel film of Bollywood, but if time travel films are going to be this cliché, Y’all need to stop.

6. What’s Your Raashee? (2009)

Yet another Priyanka Chopra and Herman Baweja film has made the list because it’s so bad I want to die.

So, the film is about a man forced to marry a girl so his father could pay off is debts.

He agrees to meet 12 out of 176 women, one from each astrological signs. And all the women are in fact, Priyanka Chopra (round of applause for the Quantico star for saying yes to this film).

7. Drona (2008)

Another bad decision from the former Miss World Priyanka Chopra is Drona starring Abhishek Bachchan.

Abhishek Bachchan is a superhero riding horses and fighting with swords trying to prove that good wins over evil, doing so bad in the box office, no children would ever say Drona is their favorite Indian superhero.

8. Ram Gopal Verma Ki Aag (2007).

This film raises so many questions, you get tired eventually. Why would anyone want to re-create a masterpiece, i.e. Sholay and ruin it from every perspective?

It was an insult to the original film and a total failure at the box office.

9. Karzzzz (2008).

As if one ‘z’ wasn’t enough, Satish Kaushik had to add 3 additional ‘zs’ on the remake of the 1980 film “Karz,” didn’t he?

Not to be rude but how good would a film be if it stars Himesh Reshammiya, am I right? Reincarnation, revenge, Himesh Reshammiya’s acting and songs, this film has it all.

10. Himmatwala (2013).

One thing Sajid Khan doesn’t feel the need to apologize but should is making dumb-ass films starting from ‘H’.

And Himmatwala is in the top of Sajid Khan’s failed comedy as well as the worst remake of a classic.

And to think Ajay Devgan could ever compare to Jeetendra’s white-suit and bomb-ass move, and Tamannaah would even come close to late Sridevi’s comic timing, you’re a fool, my friend.

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