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Take a look at some of the worst movie selections made by some of Bollywood’s most popular performers:

1. Amitabh Bachchan – Boom

One could question what Big B was thinking, but in this business, ups and downs are unavoidable. When Big B portrayed ‘Bade Mia,’ the boss of a Mafia gang involved in diamond smuggling, in this film, he certainly thought that he was doing something different from their previous characters.

This film was not only a commercial failure, but it also squandered the skills of the talented cast, including Amitabh Bachchan and Katrina Kaif, who made her Bollywood debut with this film.

Amitabh Bachchan in Boom

2. Akshay Kumar – Mr. Bond

You’d assume Khiladi Kumar talks and looks at nothing under Rs 100 crore, but Akshay made a film called Mr. Bond alongside Sheeba long before he achieved that level of popularity. It was a thrilling detective story. The plot revolved around our Desi Bond saving school children from the villain’s hideout. Akshay Kumar was much too young and inexperienced to make a mark as Bond.

Akshay Kumar in Mr. Bond

3. Mithun Chakraborty – Classic Dance Of Love

Mithun Chakroborty, an 80s superstar, appeared in the film Classic Dance Of Love, which also starred Meghna Naidu. Dr. Ram Gopal Acharya’s character, played by Mithun Da, falls in love with a bar dancer. I’m sure Mithun Da doesn’t want to remember that he previously performed these kinds of parts since the plot is so bad and nonsensical.

Mithun Chakraborty Classic Dance Of Love
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4. Manisha Koirala – Ek Chhoti Si Love Story

The stunning actress Manisha Koirala previously appeared in the film Ek Chhoti Si Love Story, in which she co-starred with Aditya Seal. It is the tale of Aditya, a 15-year-old kid who spends his spare time with a telescope spying on a young woman in the opposite building and is willing to offer his life for her love. When she discovers it, the young woman is outraged, but then amused, and she resolves to teach young Aditya a lesson he will never forget.

The irony with this film is that if censorship guidelines are to be followed, then the hero of the film (the youngster) will be unable to view it in any theatre for the next three years since he is just 15 and the CBFC has rated it “strictly for adults.” And, given the censors’ categorization, we can easily anticipate this film content.

Manisha Koirala ek Chhoti Si Love Story

5. Nawazuddin Siddiqui in Miss Lovely

The Sacred Games star has never been afraid to try new things, and he was highly hailed for his portrayal in Miss Lovely, a tragic love tale. In the film, he portrays a director, and Niharika Singh also appears.

Miss Lovely follows two brothers working in the industry. One of them makes two mistakes. First, he falls in love; second, he begins to fantasize about producing a truly romantic film with the lady he loves. It seems like it may be an excellent film, but the audience found it mostly confusing and tumultuous.

This is partly deliberate (since the world shown is equally confusing and chaotic), but the plot’s lack of clarity and details is eventually off-putting, and the conclusion is a little sudden and unsupported.

Nawazuddin Siddiqui Miss Lovely

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