Recent Outstanding Bollywood Movies That Flopped On Box Office
Today we are listing down a list of “Outstanding Bollywood Movies That Flopped”. These are some of the most recent really good movies that flopped to perform at the Box Office. We recommend all of these movies, we assure you that these are worth your time.
Shaurya must pluck up the courage to stay alive after he accidentally locks himself up in his new rented apartment in a desolate Mumbai high-rise for almost a week.
To make things worse, his phone battery dies and since the building is devoid of residents, electricity, and water or food supply, Shaurya must take extreme measures to survive this unexpected nightmare.
Rafi is a small-time photographer clicking pictures of tourists and people visiting near Gateway Of India In Mumbai. His grandmother wants him to get married and is looking for a prospective bride in his community.
Rafi once clicks a picture of Miloni, a well-educated girl from a high society they happened to meet again and Rafi finds that his grandmother has stopped taking food until he gets married to fulfill the last wish of his grandmother. Rafi introduces Miloni to his grandmother as his girlfriend in the name of Noorie.
The film follows the most tumultuous four years in the life of Manto and that of the two countries he inhabits – India and Pakistan. In Bombay’s seedy-shiny film world, Manto and his stories are widely read and accepted.
But as sectarian violence engulfs the nation, Manto makes the difficult choice of leaving his beloved Bombay. In Lahore, he finds himself bereft of friends and unable to find takers for his writings. His increasing alcoholism leads him into a downward spiral.
Through all of this, he continues to write prolifically, without dilution. This is the tale of two emerging nations, two faltering cities, and one man who tries to make sense of it all.
5A Death in the Gunj
A Death in the Gunj is a coming of age story that centers around Shutu, our protagonist, and his conflicting ideas of masculinity. He finds himself navigating the blurred lines of what is accepted in society and questions his own space within the world.
The everyday callousness of the adults around him contributes to his intense feelings of isolation despite being surrounded by his family. The emotional violence that we as a society inflict upon others unwittingly is what cumulatively leads to a kind of destruction that is irrevocable.
4Har Kisse Ke Hisse: Kaamyaab
Har Kisse Ke Hisse – Kaamyaab is an upcoming movie by Red Chillies Entertainment and Drishyam Films. Starring Sanjay Mishra and Deepak Dobriyal in the lead roles, it is the directorial feature debut of Hardik Mehta.
This movie presents the story of a fictional character, Sudheer, struggling to land the 500th role of his career as an extra in the Bollywood industry.
Taking the leap out of the classic folklore, the story is set in today’s time in Kashmir where Laila Majnu has problems relevant to the youth of today. While dealing with their feuding families, a passionate love story unravels.
2Mard Ko Dard Nahin Hota
Unbridled zaniness is the glue that holds Vasan Bala’s Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota together. A pulsating martial arts action-comedy, the film throbs with life and energy thanks to a deliciously capricious plot.
A staccato narrative rhythm punctuated with fractured flashbacks, a tongue-in-cheek directorial style, and a soundscape every bit as wacky as everything else that has gone into this flight of whimsy.
This is the story of a group of rebels in Chambal. The year is 1975. The Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi, has declared an emergency in the country. Man Singh meanwhile leads a gang in Chambal, a region that more or less is lawless. Vakil Singh and Lakhna are important members of this gang.
Man Singh is in need of money to procure new arms. Based on a trip from Lacchu, he and his men descend to Brahmpuri village. Marriage is taking place in this hamlet where the groom is about to get a huge amount of gold and cash. Man Singh and his gang reach the marriage venue in order to loot this wealth. However, the cops, led by Virender Gujjar, ambush the gang.
In the tough fight, Man Singh and half of the gang get killed. Vakil, Lakhna, and others escape. Vakil, now the leader of the gang, accuses Lakhna of betraying them and calling the cops. Lakhan is fed up with being a rebel and wants to surrender. Meanwhile, as they are running from the cops, they bump into Indumati Tomar.
She’s accompanied by her sister Sonchiriya who has been brutally raped. Sonchiriya needs to be taken to the hospital urgently and she asks for Vakil’s help. The gang agrees. They halt to seek blessings of their goddess at a temple where Indu’s husband and other family members arrive.
She is accused of killing her father-in-law and they ask the gang to hand over Indu and Sonchiriya. Vakil agrees but Lakhna realizes it’s not just and hence revolts. What happens next forms the rest of the film.
That’s a wrap on our list of “8 Outstanding Bollywood Movies That Flopped”. How many of these have you watched? Do let us know in the comments below.