The first half of 2017 had a fair share of surprises in terms of Box Office performances. While a few big budget films bit the dust, some low budget films made the mark. Let’s have a look at the biggest losers of 2017.
- Sarkar 3:
Whenever Ram Gopal Verma seems to take a break from his hated Twitter rants and controversial statements, he doles out a film. This year, Sarkar 3 came from nowhere becoming one of the biggest duds of this year. Even the heavyweight star cast including the ‘Angry Young Man’ Amitabh Bachchan, Manoj Bajpayee and Jacky Shroff couldn’t save the film. If you don’t have the storyline, you lose.
Everyone was expecting this film to perform well at the box office but perhaps, World War 2 setting of the flick didn’t appeal to the audience. Despite power packed performances from Shahid Kapoor, Kangana Ranaut and Saif Ali Khan, Rangoon didn’t make the cut.
- Raabta: This film could have certainly made Sushant Singh Rajput a bigger star than he presently is. But the content of the picture went for a toss. Although the chemistry of Sushant and Kriti Sanon seemed good, the period setting of the film was rejected by the viewers.
- Jab Harry Met Sejal:
No doubt Imtiaz Ali is a talented man. He has directed a blockbuster like ‘Jab We Met’ but this time he couldn’t recreate the magic. With all the promotions and hoop hoopla created around the film, Shahrukh and Anushka could have pulled it well but it took just one shot to reject this tour extravaganza altogether.
It appears as if even Shahrukh and Salman aren’t perfect when it comes to the box office performance of any film. Hoping to deliver another Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Salman teamed up with Kabir Khan again but to no avail. The sobbing and weak character of Salman couldn’t impress the audience at all. It was one of the worst performers of Salman in many years.
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