Take a look at some of the biggest flops in Bollywood!

Agent Vinod: A 2012 Indian action spy film, directed by Sriram Raghavan, stars the real life lovebirds, Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor. The films opening day saw a collection of Rs 9.41 crore. The film received mixed reviews. Made with a total budget of 60 crore, the film dud at the box office, collecting a total sum of Rs 54 crore worldwide.

Joker is an 2012 Hindi fantasy film directed by Shirish Kunder. The film was made with a budget of Rs 40 crore and collected a total of Rs 20.10 crore, worldwide. It was considered as one of the worst openings for Akshay Kumar in Years, with an opening day collection of Rs 5 crore. A BIG disaster at the box office.

Mausam a 2011 film directed and written by Pankaj Kapoor, was a big time flop, collecting a total of Rs 69 crore. It was made with a budget of Rs 60 crore. The film starred Sonam Kapoor and Shahid Kapoor in the lead.

Veer, a 2012 film, starring Salman Khan and Zarine Khan in the lead, flopped BIG time at the box office, collecting a total sum of Rs 88 crore. It was made with a budget of Rs 42 crore. Critics slammed the film describing the writing and direction as a colossal disappointment.

Kites is a 2010 romantic film directed by Anurag Basu and produced by Rakesh Roshan. It starred Hrithik Roshan, Barbara Mori and Kangana Ranaut. Despite a strong opening in India, it was declared a flop, collecting a total sum of Rs 88 crore worldwide. The film also won an award for Best Cinematography.

Raavan is a 2010 thriller film directed, written and produced by Mani Ratnam. It stars It stars Abhishek Bachchan, and Aishwarya Rai in the lead. Made with a budget of Rs 30 crore, the film collected a total of Rs 28.53 crore. Despite the big star cast the film was a dud at the box office.

4 thoughts on “Take a look at some of the biggest flops in Bollywood!

  1. Mausam was a bit long & slow, but it wasn’ t a bad movie. Kites was a great movie! It only failed because the Indian audience is not ready to accept a bi-racial love story. Hindi cinema is trying to progress but people’s mentality surely isn’t. This country loves to hate & judge it’s own people so harshly. As an outsider, it’s sad & disappointing to see how the critics & the media pit everyone against each other & treat everything like a competition! SICK! How can India ever progress with this judgemental, old-fashioned & narrow minded way of thinking? India is stunting it’s own growth, talent & creativity. Wisen up!!!

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