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 Bollywood has given us numerous memorable and entertaining films over the years. However, amidst the gems, there are some movies that make us question their existence. These cringe-inducing films not only disappoint audiences but also leave them wondering why they were made in the first place. It won’t be wrong to say that these movies are  In this article, we delve into the world of cringiest Bollywood movies of recent times, exploring their flaws and why they failed to impress.

Kissi Ka Bhia Kissi Ki Jaan

Salman Khan’s “Kissi Ka Bhia Kissi Ki Jaan” tops the list of recent cringe-worthy Bollywood films. With its lackluster plot, over-the-top performances, and forced humor, the movie failed to strike a chord with the audience, leaving them unimpressed and yearning for better content. Even Salman Khan’s stardom couldn’t save this big-budget disaster. How we forget to mention how the movie turned our nursery rhymes into a cringe song and ruined them forever!   

Tu Jhoothi Main Makkkar

Though Ranbir Kapoor’s “Tu Jhoothi Main Makkkar” managed to earn at the box office, many called it a cringe-fest. From blatant sexism to misogyny to objectification of women, this movie left many Ranbir & Shraddha fans disappointed. The movie also faced a lot of criticism for unfairly glamorizing the joint family system.


While talking about recent cringe-worthy Bollywood movies, how could we forget to mention Ranveer Singh’s “Cirkus”? The movie that aimed to be a comedy extravaganza turn out to be a cringe-fest. As far as comedy is concerned, the movie fell flat on its face. With forced jokes, predictable plot twists, and an overall lack of substance, the film failed to live up to the expectations of audiences, leaving them cringing in their seats.

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Kartik Aaryan’s “Shehzada” is a complete waste of time and money. The movie not only lacked originality but also failed to engage viewers, resulting in a forgettable cinematic experience. Another harsh reminder for Bollywood to stop serving the audience South remakes!

Heropanti 2

Tiger Shroff’s “Heropanti 2” attempted to cash in on the success of its predecessor but failed to bring anything new to the table. With its formulaic action sequences and lack of a compelling story, the film left audiences underwhelmed and craving for substance. And, how could we not mention the lackluster performances and horrendous direction?

Laal Singh Chaddha

Now, Aamir Khan’s “Laal Singh Chaddha,” a remake of the iconic film “Forrest Gump,” should be called the superstar’s biggest failure. The movie not only failed to recreate the magic of the original but also left the audience highly disappointed with the pathetic acting. The movie failed to live up to the audience’s expectations, leaving them cringing in their seats. The film fell short of capturing the essence and emotional depth of the original masterpiece.

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“Liger,” featuring Vijay Deverakonda and Ananya Panday, promised to be a blockbuster but ended up being a disappointment. The film suffered from a weak script and lackluster execution, failing to leave a lasting impression on viewers. This scene is just another reminder of how this movie is the biggest cringe-fest of all.

Ananya “crying” in Liger.
by u/superstarheaven in BollyBlindsNGossip

These cringiest Bollywood movies of recent times serve as a reminder that even the biggest stars and budgets cannot guarantee a quality cinematic experience. As audiences, we hope for better storytelling, original concepts, and memorable performances in the future, so that we can avoid the cringe-inducing films that leave us questioning our movie choices.

Which another cringe Bollywood movie should be on the list? 

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