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Thursday, December 30, 2021

5 of Bollywood worst-rated New Hindi movies in 2021

This year, I realized that viewing mediocre movies is more soul-sucking than seeing absolutely awful ones. Because you get a peek of what may have happened. The train crashes have a purity to them that makes them nearly bearable. Here are my 5 of Bollywood's worst-rated New Hindi movies in 2021.

Number 5. The Interview Night of 26/11

The Interview Night of 26/11
pic credit IMBD

One of the unintended consequences of the development of streaming is that even bad movies have found a place. The Interview Night of 26/11 is one such example. According to rumors, the same film, titled Cover Story, will be released in 2012. What's in a name, though? This film would be just as bad. 

The concept isn't bad at all. A renowned war correspondent is seeking to interview a popular Bollywood actor on the night of November 26th, as awful violence erupts in Mumbai. However, the execution is akin to a Kindergarten play. 

The film, which is a remake of the Dutch classic The Interview, is possibly Jackie Shroff's weakest work to date. His character Rohan refers to Tara as Miss Silicon throughout the film. 'Agar main aatankwadiyon ko sambhaal saktaa hoon, toh aap kya cheez hain,' he says in one scene. After all, I'm a war correspondent, so what else do I need to say?

Number 4. Hello Charlie

Hello Charlie
pic credit: India today

Jackie Shroff spends the majority of his screen time as a gorilla in this one. He portrays Mr. Makwana, a billionaire in the mold of Nirav Modi who is attempting to flee India after arranging a scam worth Rs. 4000 crore. 

Most of the time, the performer is dressed as a gorilla and grunts or rolls his eyes. Charlie is played by Aadar Jain, an earnest young man who is paid to drive Makwana in disguise to Diu, from whence he will board a ferry to Dubai. 

Makwana is referred to as 'bandaron ka Hrithik Roshan' by one character. This movie was so bad that I could feel myself becoming more foolish as it progressed.


Number 3. Radhe

pic credit: News 18

Bhai, you're on the run. Radhe is a follow-up to the box office smash Wanted from 2009. Prabhudeva sings a loud, numbing, pointless ode to Salman Khan's cult, in which he plays superhero and savior once more. Scenes, dialogue, and slow-motion images in the film support his identity. 

Close-ups of his signature blue bracelet, a scene in front of Galaxy apartments, his actual Mumbai residence, the obligatory shirtless moment, and him breaking the fourth wall to greet his audience Eid Mubarak are all included. 

Randeep Hooda, dressed in leather jackets and sporting a ponytail, plays the evil Rana, who swagger around and butchers people with an axe. Radhe's boss and Radhe's girlfriend's brother are both played by Jackie Shroff in this film. 

He's close dancing with Radhe in one scene, wearing this strappy silk dress. This is not a fabrication. The fact that it's one of Salman's shortest films (at one hour and 49 minutes) is a saving grace.


Number 2. Bhuj: The Pride of India

Bhuj: The Pride of India
pic credit: The Indian Express

The disclaimer finishes with the statement, "We salute the Indian Armed Forces and, in even larger print, Jai Hind!" This is a film so intent on desh bhakti that even the disclaimer is patriotic. 

The film is set during the 1971 Indo-Pakistan war and is based on the inspiring true story of IAF Squadron Leader Vijay Karnik, who was in charge of the Bhuj airport, rebuilding the runway after it was destroyed by Pakistani airstrikes with the help of 300 local women. 

Director Abhishek Dudhaiya twists this magnificent story into a high-pitched, sloppy epic in which people have the depth of stick figures and continuously express their devotion to the homeland. Pakistanis are, without a doubt, filthy morons. 

They use the word janab in every phrase, and their fighting skills are so bad that in the film's climax, Sanjay Dutt, who plays a villager named Pagi, uses an axe to demolish half the Pakistani army. No one has the foresight to simply shoot him. 

Bhuj is primarily a collection of disconnected tales about males who are either killing or proudly professing their love for Bharat Ma by banging their chests. All of these actors are deserving of greater performance.

Number 1. Satyameva Jayate 2

Satyameva Jayate 2
pic credit: IMBD

Satyameva Jayate 2 is the worst film of the year. This was more of an expensive showreel for John Abraham's body than a film. He portrays a father and his twin sons in three roles. All three had granite abs and muscles that appear to have been carved out of stone. 

The camera swirls around John's impressive torso in scenes where he removes his shirt. His biceps are shown in close-ups. All three John personas have interchangeable bodies and personalities. Milap Milan Zaveri, a writer-director, takes us on a tour of India's various difficulties. 

Corruption, crimes against women and children, and corrupt politicians and cops are all on the rise. However, one of the Johns is always around to correct the situation by inflicting injury with his fists. This film serves as a lesson in how not to make a film. 

The climax, in which all three Johns hold down a helicopter with their bare hands to prevent the bad guy from fleeing, was my personal favorite. That image said it all.



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