Big Budget Bollywood Movies flopped?

by Mahima Bhatnagar
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Big Budget Bollywood Movies

In bollywood sometimes even the most versatile and veteran directors, superstar actors and earth-shattering budgets are not able to save a film. Despite a hit trailers, the fate of a film at the box office shows how every penny spent can be flushed down the drains on a Friday!

Shandaar – Shandaar was one of the most awaited movies of 2015, made at a budget of 75 crores. Shahid and Aalia starrer Shandaar just took a day to fall despite a fresh pairing, luxurious sets and superhit songs. 

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Bombay Velvet – Bombay Velvet has become a scar in the career of director Anurag Kashyap. Cinefans rejected the film so brutally that the 125-crore film had a loss of 100 crores. Many call it the biggest flop in the history of Bollywood. Even actors Ranbir Kapoor and Anushka Sharma would prefer to disown this disaster.

Kites – Rakesh Roshan directed Kites worth Rs 150 crores had a cliched script. A superstar son, a Mexican hottie and a melodic album, but none could save the film. 

Raavan –  Mani Ratnam was supposed to make a comeback with this mega project starring Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai. The 100-crore film lost more than 50% at the box office.

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Mangal Pandey –  We know how much time Aamir Khan took to prepare for this film to completely look his part. It was also one of the most eagerly awaited movies. All we remember in this 35-crore film is Aamir’s long hair and his big moustache.

‘Race 3’ (2018) – This film minted around ₹166 crores and was made under the budget of ₹180 crores.

‘Thugs Of Hindustan’ (2018) – Thugs of Hindustan is one of the biggest flops of Indian cinema. This YRF film just made around ₹151 crores and was made under the budget of ₹250 crores.

‘Zero’ (2018) – “Zero” is one of the most expensive film by SRK till date. This film minted around ₹90 crores and was made under the whopping budget of ₹200 crores.

‘Kalank’ (2019)- This Abhishek Verman directorial is made within the budget limits of ₹80 crores. The film is failing, so far, to woo the audience.