When Ranbir-starrer Shamshera bombed at the box office, the makers blamed the audience. The makers took to social media to blame the audience for showering hate on the movie and not respecting the hard work of the makers.
And, while Bollywood is busy blaming the audience for rejecting its hard work and movies, here is an eye-opener. Recently, a scene sequence from Shamshera went viral for all the wrong reasons. Netizens spotted a huge blunder in a movie made on a massive budget of 150 Crore. This scene is so stupid that it will make you go ‘WTF!
In the climax of the movie, there is a fight sequence. While Ranbir is busy fighting the villains, our ‘heroine’ is standing with a baby, screaming for him. The reason behind the scene going viral is the missing baby. The director thought it wasn’t important to even buy a doll to represent a baby.
Netizen took to Twitter to share how makers used only a folded cloth without even a baby-sized toy to portray Shamshera and Sona’s child. Internet is shocked how makers forgot the entire character!
Let’s just assume that there is a baby 👶#Shamshera #IseewhatIcant pic.twitter.com/4bS0KbV6dY— Guman Singh Rathore (@GumaanSingh) August 20, 2022
Many came forward to share their thoughts about lousy film-making and the missing baby. One netizen wrote, “I do like Vaani’s conviction of treating a cloth that’s just flailing around, like a child, now that’s acting. But, this makes two people who were objectified in the film – Vaani and the baby (as cloth).” The other wrote, “When you spend the entire budget in casting Ranbir Kapoor (in a double role), so you can’t buy a baby-sized toy. “
We used to get atleast a baby sized toy and wrap it up for out stage play in college, and these guys didn’t think it was required! M amazed!— Tulip Suman l ଟ୍ୟୁଲିପ୍ ସୁମନ (@tstulip) August 21, 2022
The baby is fighting his own battle— Shubham (@atishub) August 21, 2022
Seriously.. atleast show a real baby.. a real one can never be held like that. In one scene the eyes of the so called baby were visible.. its a doll 🤭 #ShamsheraOnPrime #Shamshera— 😈 (@girlwhospitfire) August 21, 2022
I watched it last night and i noticed this in whole climax that it’s so visible that they r shooting without baby, at least they could edit and add baby face there👎— Nikhil Gera (@BeingNikGera) August 21, 2022
I was looking for a baby
Then i saw her hands which is supposed to hold baby
Bc Christopher Nolan level movie hai— Eyjafjallajökull (@hellimback5) August 22, 2022
Uff that’s a massive goofup for a 150 cr movie. https://t.co/j8QkpuwoIX— Imthiaz Muhassin (@ImthiazMuhassin) August 22, 2022
I would like to believe that my man Adi Chopra is investing all of YRF’s money on Pathaan and only on Pathaan. 😌 https://t.co/WoAHa40iKP— Shaki (@fsharkz) August 21, 2022
If the makers don’t take their craft seriously, how are we as audience supposed to take the film seriously? https://t.co/xOJciEmKOf— Akshay Parvatkar (@camera_wala) August 24, 2022
And you blame audience for not watching your kachra product #Shamshera @karanmalhotra21. LOL. https://t.co/XRGFyAsYw4— Tejan Shrivastava (@BeingTeJan) August 24, 2022
Such silly mistake that too in a main stream cinema. They must be on cocaine..😵💫 https://t.co/FrHtZi8BSh— Krunal Makwana (@krunal_m111) August 24, 2022
And then ask why masses are trending #BoycottBollywood https://t.co/unNLTT3UK6— Ankush S Rana | ਰਾਣਾ (@AnkushSRana) August 23, 2022
This movie actually didn’t need any boycotting tbvh— HBD Ramya 💌🎂🕊️⁽ᴶᵘⁿʰᵒ ˡᵒᵛᵉᵇᵒᵗ⁾ (@Chandlerstan_) August 23, 2022
WOM itna bad tha ki it spread like wild fire 😭😭😭 https://t.co/zPUuJiIUIN
I’m telling you, there is no need to trend boycott as long as Bollywood is concerned. https://t.co/RxmzT40Vzd— pinkesh modi (@pin_cash) August 22, 2022
While Bollywood is busy blaming the audience for boycotting movies, it’s high time that the makers start making movies more intelligently. It’s not the first time that such a big-budget movie had such a massive blunder. Even Akshay-starrer Samrat Prithviraj was full of blunders too! (Also Read:
Is Bollywood’s lousy style of film-making pushing the audience away? What do you think? Tell us in the comments below.