The worst movies of the 2000s

March 20, 2019

Over the years, Bollywood has churned out movies that have inspired us, touched us and some that blew our minds with an overdose of awesome! Unfortunately, not all films can make it to that elite set. Here are just a few movies (believe us when we say that this is just the tip of the iceberg) that made our palms hit our face in disappointment, frustration and anguish.


Haan...Maine BhiPyaarKiya (2001)


After two super hits in the box-office, DharmeshDarshan’s luck ran out. Dharmesh’s effort to revisit an old classic, Ek Hi Bhool threw up unfavourable results. The film is filled with disappointments. Right from the below par acting performances to the sleep inducing soundtrack very little works for the movie. The torturously long melodrama stars Karisma Kapoor, Abhishek Bachchan and Akshay Kumar in one of his dullest roles ever.


Aap Mujhe Ache Lagne Lage (2002)



We’re sure we all agree that life is filled with highs and lows. But Hrithik Roshan’s low came immediately after his highly successful debut in Kahi Naa…Pyaar Hai. The film, packed with awful performances, a list led by Ameesha Patel does very little to win over the audience as they go through the mind-numbing plot, we’re sure no one is proud of.


Boom (2003)



A film that was expected to break the mold, banking on the superstar power of Amitabh Bachchan and the on screen sizzle of the undeniably super-hot trio - Madhu Sapre, Padma Lakshmi and Katrina Kaif. The plot goes uncontrollably in a downward spiral and turns out to be a skin-shop with forgettable performances.


Kisna: The Warrior Poet (2005)



This one comes with a warning right in the title. The famed showman, SubhashGhai’s attempt at a romance film falls hard on its face. The audience is presented with scene after scene of dated dialogues and a forced romance between our hero Kisna and his love interest, Katherine. Vivek Oberoi’s forgettable performance is complemented with the completely unexptected and out of place gymnastics of Isha Sharvani.


Ram Gopal Varma Ki Aag (2007)



No list of worst film plots is complete without this classic. This film, if nothing else, is a great example of how not to make a film. Some of the industry’s best known and celebrated talents come together to put together a film reel to teach aspiring actors how not to act. Enough has been said about it before, so we’ll refrain from throwing more mud on it. If you’re one of the few who has actually watched it, you have our sympathy.


Love Story 2050 (2008)



If this is what the future is going to be like, we really hope we don’t get there. Forget the plot, nothing works for this film. Right from Priyanka Chopra’s tacky red hair to the hideous pink teddy bear on her back, from Boman Irani’s wannabe Einstein performance to the cheesily designed futuristic sets – this film is not something that should be passed on to the next generation.


 


 

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