Recently, many big budget movies flopped at the box-office miserably. Be it Samrat Prithviraj Chauhan or Dhakkad or Shamshera, many films failed to leave an impact on the audience. In midst of Bollywood obsession with big budget movies, here are 10 high budget movies that Bollywood thought would create dhaamal at box-office but failed miserably.
1. Mohenjo Daro
Starring Hrithik Roshan, this movie was created on the massive budget of ₹138 Cr. This period movie created a lot of hype. But, unfortunately, the audience rejected this big budget movie. The movie managed to collect ₹74 Cr nationwide.
2. Jagga Jassos, ₹131 Cr
Starring Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif, the movie was made on the overall budget of ₹131 Cr. This adventure comedy was about a gifted teenage detective, who along with a female companion, is on the quest to find his missing father. The audience didn’t shower their love on the movie and it managed to collect only ₹69.31 Cr nationwide against ₹131Cr
3. Jab Harry Met Sejal, ₹120 Cr
Another big-budget movie that left the audience disappointed is Sharukh Anushka starrer Jab Harry Met Sejal. The movie collected only ₹80 Cr against the budget of ₹120 Cr.
4. Samrat Prithviraj Chauhan, ₹200 Cr
This Akshay Kumar starrer made to the headlines for so many wrong reasons. For multiple blunders and Akshay’s inappropriate casting, this movie was trolled more than it was watched. The movie made on the massive budget of almost ₹200 Cr managed to collect only ₹68 Cr nationwide.
5. Zero, ₹200 Cr
Another Sharukh-Anushka starrer that left audience hugely disappointed. From the makers of Tanu Weds Manu, people rejected this superstar movie so miserably that it merely managed to collect ₹90 Cr nation-wide against the budget of ₹200 Cr.
6. Bombay Velvet, ₹118 Cr
One of the most hyped recent movies of Bollywood, this Ranbir-Anushka starrer only collected ₹30 Crore against the massive budget of ₹118 Cr. This movie was brutally rejected by the audience and that is quite evident in its box-office collection.
7. Ra One, ₹130 Cr
This Sharukh starrer was made at the budget of whooping 130 Cr. The movie managed to collect ₹114 Cr nation-wide. While the movie recovered 80% of budget, Sharukh was miserably trolled.