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Bollywood’s BIGGEST FLOPS Of 2017 So Far

August 31, 2017 Views: 352

  
Raabta

The year so far doesn’t look too good at the Box-office.

The first half of 2017 saw its fair share of surprises and disappointments, some of which hurt Bollywood in a big way.

While a few big budget films bit the dust, the worst hit have been a flurry of medium-budgeted films that have just not managed to find audiences coming their way.

Films like Raabta — in which Kriti Sanon, left, looked bewitching — had promising trailers — but failed to live up to expectations.

The biggest flops of the year thus far:

Raabta
Box office collection: Rs 27 crore.

While it looked good and could have made Sushant Singh Rajput a bigger star, its content went for a toss. The period setting was especially rejected by audiences.

OK Jaanu
Box office collection: Rs 23.6 crore.

OK Jaanu

OK Jaanu

While the Tamil romcom OK Kanmani found much success, its Bollywood remake wasn’t as lucky.

Aditya Roy Kapur and Shraddha Kapoor returned after Aashiqui 2, but audiences gave them a cold shoulder.

Rangoon

Box office collection: Rs 23 crore

Rangoon

Rangoon

Vishal Bhardwaj had set out to make a modern day Casablanca, but audiences were indifferent from day one.

Begum Jaan
Box office collection: Rs 20.75 crore

Begum Jaan

Begum Jaan

A remake of the Bengali film Rajkahini, Begum Jaan failed to find an audience despite a cast of outstanding actors.

Sarkar 3
Box office collection: Rs 9.50 crore

Sarkar 3

Sarkar 3

When was the last time an Amitabh Bachchan starrer made so little money?

Meri Pyaari Bindu
Box office collection: Rs 9.50 crore

Meri Pyaari Bindu

Meri Pyaari Bindu

The low budget and the sale of non-theatrical rights ensured that Meri Pyaari Bindu was a profitable production.

Its box office failure further cast a shadow on movie mogul Aditya Chopra’s less than stellar recent record.

Bank Chor
Box office collection: Rs 8 crore

Bank Chor

Bank Chor

Another Yash Raj flop.

Time we say for Adi to hire some fresh talent at YRF.

Noor
Box office collection: Rs 7.75 crore

Noor

Noor

Noor, despite Sonakshi Sinha in the title role, sank without notice.

Machine
Box office collection: Rs 3.15 crore

Machine

Machine

Why couldn’t that trusted combo Abbas-Mustan deliver a hit for Abbas’s son Mustafa?

Alas, Machine’s lifetime score is less than the first day numbers for their lowest performing film.

Aa Gaya Hero

Box office collection: Rs 1 crore

Aa Gaya Hero

Aa Gaya Hero

Govinda had hoped that his comeback film — that was in the making for several years — would salvage his career.

Sadly, it was a disaster.