8 Multi-Starrer Movies That Failed Miserably At The Box-Office

But many factors contribute to a big and successful film, including script, music etc and sometimes even having a number of A-listers won't work if all the factors are not taken into consideration. So here 8 Bollywood movies that failed despite being a multi-starrer.

8 Multi-Starrer Movies 8 Multi-Starrer Movies That Failed Miserably At The Box-Office Source : Press


Bollywood celebs have gained such stardom that sometimes audience go and watch a movie only for the star! So if one star gets that kind of reaction from the audience, imagine what hype a multi-starrer film can generate.

But many factors contribute to a big and successful film, including script, music etc and sometimes even having a number of A-listers won't work if all the factors are not taken into consideration. So here 8 Bollywood movies that failed despite being a multi-starrer.

Jaani Dushman - This movie has become a kind of iconic movie but it's not for a good reason. From ''anokhi'' story-line to CGI so bad that will make you cringe, Jaani Dushman is nothing but a laugh riot and that wasn't its intention. You can still catch the movie on your television sets but at your own risk!


Salaam -E-Ishq - The movie was about six couples from different walks of life all going through one common problem- love. Although the movie starred some of the biggest names in Bollywood and tried to present a story ahead of its time, the movie was somehow not accepted by the audience and ultimately flopped.


Ram Gopal Varma Ki AAG - RGV's attempt to make a remake of the iconic movie Sholey is the best example of how a self-obsessed director can mercilessly butcher the original masterpiece. Amitabh Bachchan as the main villain was something the fans couldn't digest. A poor film without any emotions, the movie was a big dud at the box-office.


Tashan - Vijay Krishna Acharya's debut movie starring Akshay Kumar, Saif Ali Khan, Anil Kapoor, and Kareena Kapoor had created some excitement among the fans for the movie release. But unfortunately, the movie totally bombed at the box-office. The only good thing out of the movie was the start of a whirlwind romance of Saif and Kareena!


Yuvraaj - Subhash Ghai's Yuvraaj follows the disconnected lives of 3 brothers starring Salman Khan, Anil Kapoor and Zayed Khan in lead roles. The movie was a poor rehash of 'Rain Man' with eight songs. The characters were shallow, the emotions portrayed did not work at all and it was worst in its inability to address 'genius disorder' in any meaningful way.


Players - Director Duo Abbas - Mustan's stuck to their set formula in the official remake of The Italian Job which was a badly botched-up mess. Instead of having a nuanced screenplay, the movie tries to act too smart, with excessive elements and needless tampering, in the process of making a complete fool of itself.


Once Upon A Time In Mumbai Dobara - The movie had everything going for it - a sturdy banner, a superstar hero and a heroine, and a first part which was a hit. But the movie seriously disappointed the audience with its dull, washed up story-line. People are still confused why was Akshay Kumar cast as Sohaib instead of Emraan Hashmi who was so brilliant in the first movie.


Thugs Of Hindostan - The latest to join the list, Thugs of Hindostan was supposed to be the grand collaboration of Aamir Khan and Amitabh Bachchan, instead turned anything but. A flat storyline, shoddy direction and under par CGI made this movie one of the biggest disappointment of 2018.