Top Ten 2014 worst Bollywood films
So here’s a list of those 10 films that would not only bore you to death but also make you question the whole point of film making. Check the Top Ten worst films of Bollywood in the year 2014 as below:
Yes, this Emraan Hashmi and Kangana Raunt starrer was a disappointment. The story revolves around a group of do-gooders who decide to take on the corrupt authorities in their own ways. With a silly plot, blank looks and juvenile dialogues Ungli is full of loopholes. Audiences have already shown this Ungli thumbs down.
The Nawab of Bollywood Saif Ali Khan’s latest production Happy Ending was not happy film at all. It made a total of 13 crores in its first weekend, the lowest for any of Saif’s films in 2014. Happy Ending has is an exaggerated version of romantic comedies with a patchy story, predictable acting. Saif is uninspiring in his role as the writer and the film is a half baked attempt at humor. Some things just can’t be helped. Right?
Riding on big names like Govinda, Ranveer Singh, Parineeti Chopra and Ali Zafar Kill Dil was slated to be the action comedy of the year. From the looks of it, the audience didn’t think so. Be it story, music or dialogues Kill Dil failed to hook the audience in every
department. Parineeti looked awkward with two boys who themselves looked too forced. Kill Dil really killed the mood!
Imagine a couple making out while staging a bank robbery, wondering why you would imagine that? Well seems like the producers thought that too and decided to actually make it a part of the film! Besides extensively intimate scenes the film has nothing. The story of Tamanchey is based on a couple of rule breakers who fall in love…with no story to excite the audience the film was a flop.
Acclaimed filmmaker Homi Adajania’s film Finding Fanny’s trailer impressed everyone. Fans were raving about it but sadly, the film
didn’t meet their expectations. With a rather bland and predictable story, Finding Fanny couldn’t hold the conventional movie buff’s
attention and it remained a failed attempt at arty film. Even with a talented cast comprising of Dimple Kapadia, Pankaj Kapur, Naseeruddin Shah, Deepika Padukone and Arjun Kapoor, Finding Fanny didn’t work at the box office.
Bipasha Basu’s Creature 3D was pegged as the Hindi version of Hollywood actors Jurassic Park and Anaconda. With a weird looking
creature running around town and an unintentionally hilarious plot the film looks like a spoof of all Hollywood films. Poor Bipasha running around to save her Inn elicits a funnier reaction than any comedy movie. The creature looks poorly animated which any third grader can draw.
Kangana Ranaut had the world dancing to her tunes with Queen but, with Revolver Rani the result was the opposite. A dead-paned wannabe actor, a female don with a crooked nose and an unimpressive music score wrapped up in a confusing plot do not create any spark or interest. This could have been a unique film but, with boring performances by Virr Das and Kangana it turned out to be a disappointment.
Mad About Dance
Mad About Dance aka M.A.D is about dance and more dance. This film was meant for lovers of dance who wouldn’t mind watch a messed up story. Racism, complex choreography, average VFX effects and lots of drama is at the core of Mad About Dance. Ya, Mad About Dance is not a film that rides on its story or on dance. We are definitely not mad about this film.
Lekar Hum Deewana Dil
A girl and guy who are best friends elope, get married and realize that life isn’t all rosey. Reality rears its ugly head and as a
result, we have Lekar Hum Deewana Dil. With the main protagonist getting constantly slapped and a confused female lead, the film goes nowhere. A.R. Rahman’s music also couldn’t save the day. Two confused youngsters on journey to find love…Sounds romantic right? Lekar Hum Deewana Dil tries very hard to achieve that but fails miserably giving the audience a massive headache.
Gang Of Ghosts
Gang Of Ghosts or as we call it, Gang of boring old people, is not a must watch. The film is a remake of a super hit Bengali film Bhooter
Bhabishyat and conveniently sets an example of a bad remake. One just cannot go beyond Satish Shah’s poor attempt at humor and bad VFX. Fake accents plague the film and Gang of Ghosts is at total waste of time.