2010: The Box Office Duds
2010's Bollywood graph charted some of the most hyped and expensive films failing to make a dent at the box office. The films we think Bollywood could have done without this year are...
Big names like Abhishek Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai and southern superstar Vikram couldn't save Mani Ratnam's Raavan from tanking at the box office. Not just that, it was heavily panned by critics too.
Salman Khan tried to make history with period piece Veer and in a way he did just that. Veer went down in the annals as one of the worst films ever made in the history of Bollywood .
Thespian Ben Kingsley added his histrionic talent to the all star line up in Teen Patti - Amitabh Bachchan, Madhavan and Raima Sen. Even so, the movie failed to ace the box office.
Priyanka Chopra's and Uday Chopra's Pyaar Impossible came and went without leaving the slightest trace that it had ever existed.
Chance Pe Dance starred Shahid Kapoor as a struggling actor. Sadly for the movie, it's box office dream remained just that – a dram.
Megaflop Prince bolstered Vivek Oberoi's reputation as leader of the failure pack.
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Ram Gopal Varma's horror flick Phoonk 2 scared the audience so much that they stayed away from the theatres.
Shahid Kapoor and Anushka Sharma's Badmaash Company had no takers at all.
A modern day adaption of Jane Austen's Emma, Aisha starred hot young talent Sonam Kapoor and Abhay Deol. Critics nor cine-goers alike viewed the movie with disfavour
Deepika Padukone and Neil Nitin Mukesh's combined appeal could do nothing for Lafangey Parindey, which was entirely passed over by the box office.
With Kareena Kapoor, Kajol and Arjun Rampal, Karan Johar's labour of love couldn't inspire fans to proclaim We Are Family.
Anjaana Anjaani, a love story between strangers Priyanka Chopra and Ranbir Kapoor left audiences cold.
Desperate for a hit, Mallika Sherawat went full monty for Hisss but that didn't stop the film from turning into a big miss.
Flopster Vivek Oberoi struck again with Rakta Charitra - I and took Southern star Suriya down with him this time.
Deepika was unlucky a second time with Break Ke Baad, co-starring Imran Khan. The box office completely passed this one by.