Bollywood Films We Were Unsuccessful:
There are some Bollywood movies that we all thought were flops, but in reality, they did pretty well at the box office. Liking or disliking any film is a subjective matter, and what matters the most is the collective appeal. You will be amazed to see these Bollywood movies earning way more than their budget.
1. Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna
Shocked, right? Karan Johar take on the extramarital affair was not a complete disaster, after all. Initially, Kajol was supposed to play Preity Zinta’s character, but at that time, she already had another movie at hand. It earned 62 crores at the box office against the budget of 48 crores.
2. Gabbar Is Back
Akshay Kumar and Shruti Hassan starrer Gabbar is back wasn’t received well by the audiences. It got mixed reactions, and even then, it earned 117 crores against the budget of 79 crores.
3. Jai Ho
Salman Khan’s Jai Ho fell short of expectations, but it’s not even close to failing as it earned whopping 111 crores against the budget of 75 crores.
I bet even you thought this movie flopped, but to our surprise, it did pretty well at the box office. It’s quite shocking, but it sure attracted a lot of people. Akshay Kumar was supposed to play the role of Salman’s brother. We think he would have added a little extra spice to the film which was otherwise missing. It earned 156 cr against the budget of 135 cr.
5. Sanam Re
Yami Gautam and Pulkit Samrat starrer Sanam re marked the debut of laughter queen, Bharti Singh. People reviewed this movie as awfully bad. From the story to acting, nothing seems to impress the audience, and even then, it managed to earn 30 crores against 27 crores budget.
Shah Rukh Khan’s Dilwale wasn’t received well by the audience. Although, it’s earnings were 194 crores against 165 crores budget and is considered as a semi-hit, but people were highly disappointed by the story.
Honey Singh’s songs from this movie were super hit, but the story was not so convincing. The movie earned 51 crores against the budget of 21 crores. Interestingly, the title of this film was registered to Saif Ali Khan.