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63rd National Awards: Why these Bollywood films were even nominated!
Pulkit Samrat and Riteish Deshmukh starrer 'Bangistan' was one of the major flops of the year 2015 and in fact, the critics had bashed this film left, right and center. Neither the stars nor the story line was good enough to attract the attention of the audience and it was definitely not worth a national award.
After delivering superhit films like 'Rockstar', 'Barfi' and 'Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani' what on earth made Ranbir Kapoor opt for a film like 'Bombay Velvet'? Being an Anurag Kashyap film, there was a lot of hullabaloo around the film, but when it made it to the theatres it was a sheer disappointment. Neither the critics nor the audience appreciated the film and the director himself considered 'Bombay Velvet' to be the biggest mistake of his life.
'Miss Tanakpur Haazir Ho'
Annu Kapoor, Om Puri, Hrishita Bhatt and other Bollywood stars put forth a political satire which was based on some true incident. Directed by Vinod Kapri, the film revolved around a story of a boy who was sen to jail for allegedly raping a buffalo. A major box-office failure with not even a single award in the name of the film.
Alia Bhatt and Shahid Kapoor's high-octane drama in the film 'Shaandaar' was considered to be the worst film of 2015. Their not-so-shaandaar performance could be clearly seen in the form of bad reviews from the critics and the audience. The film came to us as a shocker as it was visualized by none other than the director of 'Queen'. We wonder what encouraged the filmmaker to send this film for national awards.
Amitabh Bachchan, Dhanush and Akshara Haasan starrer 'Shamitabh' opened to a mix reviews, but majorly most of the critics loaded the film with negative ones. This film was directed by R Balki and except Amitabh Bachchan, nothing could attract audience's attention towards the film. Again, 'Shamitabh' probably was not as good as Mr Bachchan's 'Piku'.
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