Last year, Bollywood gave more hit films than flop ones. But this year, the first month started with some not-so-entertaining films. From "Alone" to "Khamoshiyan", these flicks failed to impress viewers, despite their expectations.
Here is a List of 2015 Films that Failed to Impress Viewers:
Audience expected a lot from "Roy", which starred Ranbir Kapoor, Arjun Rampal and Jacqueline Fernandez. It promised a unique ride, but faltered with a rather confusing plot.
The debut director Vikramjit Singh's story became underwhelming as the film was stylishly shot at staggeringly beautiful locales.
"Alone" starred Bipasha Basu and debutant Karan Singh Grover in lead. But after the release, the film was apparently a big disappointment as movie-goers expected too much. More than scary factors, the film had intimate sensual scenes between the lead characters.
Gurmeet Singh's debut "Khamoshiyan", which also featured Ali Fazal and debutant Sapna Pabbi, turned out to be a boring supernatural thriller. Apart from its music, the film struggled to get even two stars.
'Crazy Cukkad Family'
"Crazy Cukkad Family" starring Swanand Kirkire, Shilpa Shukla and Kushal Punjabi, didn't do well at the box office. Critics' review stated that the film was crazy, but clichéd.
A Hindi remake of Mahesh Babu's "Okkadu" - "Tevar" - stars Arjun Kapoor who justifies his character to some extent and Sonakshi Sinha who has done the damsel-in-distress act far too many times to get even remotely close to surprising the audience with her acting skills. As a whole, the film has every ingredient a Bollywood masala film requires, but is felled by its predictability.