Bollywood, like every year entertained the audiences. We have seen movies with best and inspiring stories and some of them were just lame. Some of the movies received applause and praise while others had to face criticism .
well, success and failure is a part of life. and we present you 2015’s worst and best movies.
10 WORST MOVIES OF BOLLYWOOD 2015
- Tevar (January)
The year started with Arjun Kapoor-Sonakshi Sinha-starrer Tevar. While Sonakshi Sinha has become a regular in meaningless ‘entertainers’, it was surprising to see a talented actor like Manoj Bajpayee waste his prowess on something as pathetic as Amit Sharma’s venture. The story of two goons fighting over a girl when the girl doesn’t love either of them is not a novel torture in Hindi cinema. The non-existent plot made it so much worse.
- MSG (February and September )
Gurmeet Singh Ram Rahim Ji Insan wrote, directed and played the lead role in his debut film Messenger of God and its sequel. He was the love charger, ghost-rider, superpower, vigilante, bomber, painter, healer, father… and much more rolled into one twice over. It was not a film, it was an “advertisement of his ‘humanitarian’ deeds and the political clout he’s never tried to hide,” as Rohit Vats wrote in his review
- Roy (February)
Ranbir Kapoor had a series of disappointments at the BO with Bombay Velvet, Roy and last year’s Besharam. What was really annoying about Roy was the fact that it pretended to be too intelligent. Director Vikramjit Singh’s Roy, that starred Arjun Rampal and Jacqueline Fernandes in lead roles, was actually a self-indulgent, lazy and confused movie.
- Ek Paheli Leela (April)
Sunny Leone played a double role in Bobby Khan’s directorial venture that encashed on the porn star-turned-actor’s ‘sexy image’. Sadly, the filmmakers didn’t even bother to invest in a story now that they had Sunny. From cheesy lines to sexy and vulgar dance moves, the director was much too focused on getting the whistles from the front bench to worry about the rest.
- Bombay Velvet (May)
One of the biggest disappointments this year was Anurag Kashyap’s Bombay Velvet. With the acclaimed director working with stars like Ranbir Kapoor and Anushka Sharma, expectations were sky high. The only saving grace, however, was Karan Johar as the film’s villain. You do not expect someone like Kashyap to deliver a film full of cliches, but the film’s mega budget seems to have bogged him down.
- All Is Well (July)
Rishi Kapoor teamed up with Rohit Shetty and Abhishek Bachchan for this apology of a comic caper, All Is Well. From stereotypes to sad attempts of jokes, Umesh Shukla ensured his audience repented their decision of going to the theatre.
- Calendar Girls (September)
Madhur Bhandarkar’s latest venture where he explored the world of, well, calender girls, was another disappointing affair we had to deal with this year. Most of the film was about close-ups of female anatomy and the rest was a bland narration about judging the characters of the said females – you are good only if you are not too ambitious. well, that was extremely boring.
- Singh Is Bling (October)
Akshay Kumar’s Singh Is King was a good entertainer and managed to make a decent collection at the box office. The sequel, however, was possibly the worst of puerile humour Bollywood could have offered. The film had no story and was a torture to say the least.
unlike the name, theere was nothing shaandaar about the movie. People regretted wasting their money for buying tickets. After Haider, expectations from Shahid were High and Aliya is also known for her selection of good films. But unfortunately this movie proved to be the worst movies of both.
- KATTI BATTI
Who doesn’t love love stories. But this was a kind of boring story. Kangana, The queen of bollywood, Has raised everyone’s expectations with her hit’s last year. But this time she failed to stand upto people’s expectations.
After the worst movies with no storyline and no concept , here we present you the best movies of 2015 which were a delight to watch. These movies either inspired you or portrayed the reality and few of them left you amazed with their splendid storylines.
10 BEST MOVIES OF BOLLYWOOD IN 2015
1) BAJIRAO MASTANI
Saving the best for the last, the year-end brought a bonafide epic into theatres. Bajirao Mastani is an dramatic historical. Every component, from the songs and the background music to the dances and fights, it’s all food for the eyes and the soul. Sanjay Bhansali makes films, while many others make an effort.
The most surprising hit of the year was also the scatological neo-classic of the Hindi cinema. Amitabh Bachchan played a Bhadra Lok obsessed with his bowel movement. Deepika Padukone was his harassed daughter, while Irrfan Khan was the guy driving the father and daughter to Kolkata as the pair drove each other crazy. Shoojit Sircar is a man of who works wonders with bodily fluids. Vicky Donor would vouch for that.
S S Rajamouli’s fantasy-epic showed us what we can do if we put our art and heart into it. Baahubali managed to suck audiences into never-never land. It was a fable so flamboyant it made The Lord Of The Rings seem redundant to Indian audiences, at least for a while. It also made Telugu star Prabhas suddenly much sought-after in Bollywood. Rajamouli is the first real cross-over director from the south whose Telugu film has made Bollywood sit up and gawk.
Masaan is story about the burning ghats of Varanasi and the dying embers of a dignity denied to Richa Chadha, whose only crime was pre-marital sex with her boyfriend. Many strands of oppression and thwarted emotion coursed through the veins of this vibrant view of Varanasi.
5)Akshay Kumar gave one of the year’s best performances in this super-intelligent take on counter-terroror intelligence. Rigorously researched and riveting, the narrative combined a documentary style with pure Bollywood-entertainment format. Baby may have deserved more success than it actually got.
6)DUM LAGA KE HAI SHA
Director Sharat Kataria’s simple but beautiful film about a mismatched couple in Hardwar grappling with the exigencies of an arranged marriage struck a chord with many. Ayushmann Khurrana loved Kumar Sanu’s music. Newcomer Bhumi Pedneker loved her new husband. And we loved the way she weaned her husband away from Sanu.
7)MARGARITA WITH A STRAW
Shonali Bose’s brave and beautiful film Margarita With a Straw is about an autistic girl’s struggle to ride her physical and emotional impediments with pride and dignity. This was a ballsy and emotional experience which left us emotionally exhausted but enriched.
Kabir Khan’s Bajrangi Bhaijaan was an all-heart drama about Salman and a little Pakistani drifter. It did more for Indo-Pak relations than what all the politicians from both sides of the border haven’t done in 66 years.
9)ANGRY INDIAN GODDESSES
Pan Nalin’s Angry Indian Goddesses is a Goan chick flick remarkable for its cast of spirited women who let it all hang out. Unexpunged. More power to the Goddesses, angry or otherwise.
alki always lays it out in a way that is hard to predict, or replicate. Shamitabh was the story of a mute actor who used the Bachchan baritone to become big. What ensued was dramatic egoistic confrontation filled with the sound and fury of subverted laughter and deflected anger.
These are the must watch movies of 2015, with amazing plot and direction and splendid acting by the actors. If you haven’t watched any, then watch them now because Ye nahi dekha to kuch nahi dekha.