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Talented Bollywood Actors And Their Biggest Mistakes

Bollywood Actors Biggest Mistakes:

Throughout their career, Bollywood actors have become a part of so many different movies. While some are great, others are just contentious. We know that these actors are insanely talented, but we have no clue why these actors choose to be a part of such dubious movies with questionable roles in it. We have listed below some of the actors who have appeared in weird films, and we bet they don’t want to be remembered by it.

1. Akshay Kumar- Joker

The Khiladi of Bollywood who is known for blockbusters like Mission Mangal, Hera Pheri, Airlift, and Baby, why will choose to act in a movie like Joker with such a weak script? There is nothing worth watching in this film.

2. Abhishek Bachchan- Happy New year

Someone who started his career with Refugee and Yuva, we really don’t know why Abhishek chose to play Nandu Bhide in Happy new year.

3. Ajay Devgn- Humshakals

One of the top actors of the Bollywood Industry who has given us Dil Chahta Hai and Kal Ho Na Ho, it’d have been really good had he not appeared in this one.

4. Sharman Joshi- Hate Story 3

Someone who has perfectly pulled off the role Raju in 3 Idiots, why would he choose to be a part of an erotic thriller?

5. Alia Bhatt- Shaandaar

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After giving us back to back hits, Alia Bhatt approving the script and becoming a part of this film was her biggest mistake. Nevertheless, she managed to correct her mistake by choosing Dear Zindagi and Udta Punjab.

6. Kajol- Dilwale

The Kuch Kuch Hota hai actress surprised us with her comeback in the movie Dilwale opposite Shah Rukh Khan. But the movie was not at all good as Kajol’s character was a disaster.

7. Shah Rukh Khan- Happy New Year

One of the biggest names of Bollywood, Shah Rukh Khan would have never thought that this movie would turn out to be such a big disaster. We hope he gets better scripts in the future so that we can move past this horrible setback.

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