Films Didn’t Work But Remembered For Music:
The first thing we all notice about any film is its music. Indian movies are famous all over the world for its music. It’s an important part of a Bollywood movie. There is no chance a Bollywood movie can survive without any soundtrack. Because honestly, we don’t just watch a movie for its story and characters but also for its celebratory and overwhelming music. It helps us to connect with characters. You see, that’s how important music is to Bollywood movies.
We have listed a bunch of movies that were flopped but had hit music.
This has to be on the list. It was an overdramatic, predictable family drama but the music of this one is surely beyond Amazing. I bet you do sometimes listen to its songs which are scored and composed by AR Rehman. We have almost forgotten about the story but the music lives on.
People had huge expectations from this one as no one imagined that it’s gonna fail this bad. Anyway, it’s music was soothing to the ears and it even won the Filmfare Award For Best Music that year.
It was a huge failure at the box office but its music was marvelous even the background score was brilliant.
4. Main Prem Ki Deewani Hu
This movie failed miserably at the box office but its music was surprisingly good and it was created by none other than Anu Malik.
Ranbir Kapoor’s debut movie ‘Saawariya’ was critically criticized by the critics and the viewers but its music had a different story altogether. It’s still remembered for its music, and it’s worth listening to. So, do give it a try if you haven’t already.
Multi-starrer movie, Tashan, was expected to break all the Box Office records but it was declared as a major flop after its release. The soundtrack, on the other hand, was amazing.
Fida was supposed to be a psychological thriller. But it wasn’t well-received by the viewers. It ended up failing at the box office, and it’s music managed to impress the audience, however.
Bhushan Kumar’s wife, Divya Khosla Kumar, directed a predictable and cliche teen drama. It bombed at the box office but the music thrived among the youngsters and it became like a national party song.