Buckle up for a rollercoaster ride through Bollywood’s not-so-glamorous side of 2023! We’re talking about the Top 10 Biggest Bollywood Flops that left audiences scratching their heads, wondering where it all went wrong. You know, those movies that you wouldn’t touch with a ten-foot pole because, well, the audience collectively gave them the cold shoulder. We’re diving deep into the heartbreaks, the shattered expectations, and the creative misfires that landed these films on the list of 2023’s biggest letdowns. So grab some popcorn, maybe a tissue or two, and let’s dissect why these cinematic ventures missed the mark in a year that had its fair share of hits and misses in the world of Bollywood.
Budget: ₹600 Crores Box Office: ₹250 Crores Kicking off our list is the highly anticipated magnum opus, ‘Adipurush.’ With a staggering budget of ₹600 Crores, the expectations were sky-high. However, despite its grandeur and star-studded cast, the film fell short at the box office, managing to rake in only ₹250 Crores.
Budget: ₹70 Crores Box Office: ₹48 Crores ‘Shehzada,’ with a budget of ₹70 Crores, attempted to capture the audience’s attention. While it didn’t plunge as drastically as some others, the film couldn’t break even, collecting only ₹48 Crores at the box office.
Budget: ₹100 Crores Box Office: ₹23.63 Crores ‘Selfiee,’ with a hefty budget of ₹100 Crores, failed to click with audiences, managing a disappointing ₹23.63 Crores at the box office. The film’s attempt to resonate with contemporary themes seemingly missed the mark.
Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan
Budget: ₹125 Crores Box Office: ₹110.53 Crores With a massive budget of ₹125 Crores, ‘Kisi Ka ‘ struggled to find its footing, collecting only ₹110.53 Crores at the box office. Despite its star-studded cast, the film couldn’t translate its massive budget into audience engagement.
Budget: ₹35 Crores Box Office: ₹5 Crores ‘Kuttey’ faced a tough time at the box office, managing to fetch only ₹5 Crores against its ₹35 Crores budget. The film, despite its potential, faced challenges in connecting with the audience.
Budget: ₹45 Crores Box Office: > ₹1 Crore ‘Lady Killer’ found itself in an unfortunate position, struggling to cross the ₹1 Crore mark at the box office against a budget of ₹45 Crores. The film faced severe challenges in attracting viewers.
Budget: ₹25 Crores Box Office: ₹2 Crores ‘Bheed’ faced a subdued response, collecting a mere ₹2 Crores against its ₹25 Crores budget. The film, despite its lower production cost, failed to create a buzz among the audience.
Budget: ₹200 Crores Collection: ₹11 Crores Despite its substantial budget of ₹200 Crores, ‘Ganpath’ struggled to make an impact at the box office, collecting only ₹11 Crores. The film faced challenges in recouping its massive production expenses.
Thank You For Coming
Budget: ₹45 Crores Collection: ₹7.3 Crores ‘Thank You For Coming,’ with a budget of ₹45 Crores, faced an uphill battle, collecting ₹7.3 Crores at the box office. The film couldn’t generate the audience interest needed for a successful run.
Budget: ₹50 Crores Collection: ₹4.25 Crores Wrapping up the list is ‘Tejas,’ which, despite a budget of ₹50 Crores, struggled to find its place, managing only ₹4.25 Crores at the box office. The film faced challenges in attracting viewers, resulting in a disappointing performance.
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