Aug 042017

Every year, Bollywood is flooded with tons of movies. Some are exceptionally good and some are so bad that we just wonder why the film was even made in the first place. But then you release that it was just made for the celebrities featuring in the film. The makers made it keeping the actors in mind while it should be the other way around.

Well, to put it simply, these films are made so we can see star kids more and more. Bollywood is a place where these new-comers are given endless chances. Some have proved themselves and we definitely admire them. But there are some who are just as terrible as their films are.

Of course, Bollywood is an industry where both kinds of films are made, but some films are made just for the sake of these star kids. Here are some films that ideally shouldn’t have been made but they were, anyway.

Neal N Nikki

We bet many of you might have already guessed that this would be the first film to make it to this list. Every time I watch this film, I just wonder why was this film even made?

TBH, if an option was ever given, these actors would prefer to delete this film from the history.

P.S: In fact, all Uday Chopra movies were a sheer waste of money, time and energy. But then Yash Raj Films can afford that. Paisa bolta hai!


This Rakesh Omprakash Mehra film was so bad that people had to take disprin by the time they reached home (telling this from a personal experience). And guess who starred in the film? It was none other than Anil Kapoor’s son Harshvardhan Kapoor. Let’s hope he doesn’t repeat this mistake again.

Koi Mere Dil Se Poochhe

Starring Esha Deol and Aftab Shivdasani, this film would have won the worst movie of the year if that category existed. But instead, Esha was given best female debutant of the year. Well, these things do happen only in B-town.


Famous as a blue film (not because of the content), this is the worst film by director Sanjay Leela Bhansali. It was so, so bad that you just couldn’t believe a director like Bhansali could create something like this. But then it was the film that introduced Ranbir Kapoor and Sonam Kapoor in the industry. And now you know why this film was created in the first place.

Main Prem Ki Deewani Hoon

Omg! The lesser we say the better. This is the perfect example of nepotism, three actors from famous B-town families coming together for a movie whose plot so too complex to be true. Despite them giving back to back flops, the director felt that they would make the perfect cast for the film. And what was the result? Yet, another flop of the year!

P.S. If you hate someone just make them watch this movie.

Mujhe Kuch Kehna Hai

Well, ‘Mujhe Bhi Kuch Kehna Hai’: please stop making such films. From Tushar Kapoor, Kareena Kapoor to over acting, this film had all the ingredients to be a disaster and it was!

Prem Aggan    

This film was such a brilliant piece of art that we still can’t stop talking about this film till date. Watch Fardeen Khan in an avatar that you will never get over.

Kal Kissne Dekha

Starring Jackky Bhagnani, son of famous producer Vashu Bhagnani, this film is beyond everyone’s comprehension. In fact, no one knew when this movie came and went. However, this was just the start of some brilliant movies starring Jackky.


‘Jimmy Jimmy Jimmy…….jaaa jaaa jaaa jaaa jaaa jaaa’, that’s the feeling you get after watching this film starring Mithun Chakraborty’s son Mimoh Chakraborty. Feel blessed that he didn’t make it big in the industry.


Starring Mustafa Burmawala, ‘Machine’ was directed by the famous duo Abbas-Mustan. Even though the film recreated the song ‘Tu Cheez Badi Hai Mast Mast’ and called Akshay Kumar for its promotion, it tanked big time. We wouldn’t be surprised if you didn’t even know this film even existed.  

And then film industry says that nepotism doesn’t exist. How ironic, isn’t it?

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