14 Bollywood Movies That Have Failed Miserably In 2015
Published: May 22, 2015

Nothing could save these multi-million rupee ventures – big stars, plot twists, exotic locations, catchy songs – they tried it all and everything failed!

Here are 14 Bollywood movies that failed MISERABLY in 2015:

1. Tevar

Sonakshi Sinah said yes to Tevar not only because she was impressed by the film’s story-line but because she also wanted to work with Arjun Kapoor. Little did she know that he will prove to be unlucky for her. Or was it the other way around?


2. Dolly Ki Doli

If you’re looking for brainless fun, Dolly Ki Doli is the movie for you!

3. Hawaizaada

Hawaizaada’s flight to fancy is low on fact and high on rhetoric. Vibhu Puri’s debut is the good-looking but ultimately tedious story of a pioneering flight that may never have happened.

4. Shamitabh

Amitabh Bachchan plays a cranky, churlish tantrum-throwing actor. To remain in character, he was constantly in a bad mood while shooting. But guess what? Even Mr Bachchan was unable to save the movie. Grumpy audience I guess?

5. Dilliwali Zaalim Girlfriend

A bad attempt at a decent movie.

6. Mr X

Mr X is derived from Mr X (1957 film), Mr India (1987 film) and Hollow Man (2000 film), and it’s a bad amalgamation of them all.

7. Kuch Kuch Locha Hai

Kuch Kuch Locha Hai was one Sunny Leone film that was promoted as a family entertainer. What a big LOL! I don’t think the industry understands that ‘Sunny Leone’ and ‘family entertainment’ just don’t go together.

8. Bombay Velvet

Despite the film being such a big-budget production, Karan Johar decided not to charge a single penny for it. He finally accepted a token of Rs 11.

9. Dirty Politics

B-Grade movie under the disguise of a political problem.

10. Ab Tak Chhappan 2

Nana Patekar’s Dabangg version is terribly boring – as unlike Dabangg as something can be.

11. Dharam Sankat Mein

It’s much too long, saying the same thing over and over again.

12. Barkhaa

Bar girl Barkhaa finds true love in a besotted boy. That’s it! Nothing more to the story!

13. Alone

Bollywood should stop making horror movies. Really. Just stop. They just don’t understand “horror” and it ends becoming something terribly frustrating and even laughable!

14. Roy

This movie is fuzzy and dreary, and a heart breaker for all Ranbir Kapoor fans! So disappointed

If you haven’t seen any of these Bollywood movies yet, you are definitely one of the luckiest people on Earth. But if you have, then: