While filmmaking and storytelling have changed drastically for good in India, there are times when they give us movies that make a terrific clock. Both the critics and the viewers give their verdict for such Bollywood films without any point, making the films with the lowest rating. Below we have compiled a list of the lowest rated Bollywood movies in Rotten Tomatoes that have a Tomatometer rating below 20%. Also, take a look at 0% Hollywood movies at Rotten Tomatoes, here. So save yourself and donate these movies to Netflix, Disney + Hotstar, Jio Cinema and more!
5 Bollywood movies below the 20% Rotten Tomatoes score to avoid on Netflix, Disney + Hostar & Voot Select
1. Sardar Ka Gradnson – Netflix
Arjun Kapoor, Neena Gupta and Rakul Preet Singh take the lead at Kaashvie Nair’s Sardar Mrs. Grandson. It is said to be a comedy-drama, the film is based on an unconventional last wish of Kapoor’s grandmother. And he begins an adventurous journey to fulfill the wish of his sick grandmother. The film also stars Aditi Rao Hydari, John Abraham, Soni Razdan, Kanwaljit Singh, Kumud Mishra and Divya Seth in supporting roles. Although the film has its emotional moments that stick you in the story, but it fails to create a lasting impact overall.
Rotten Tomatoes score – 20%
2. Housefull 2 - Disney + Hotstar
of Akshay Kumar Full house The franchise is known for reaching the 100 crore Rs club. However, the film is double the torture, at least. The plot brings together four men who go out on a date and marry the women of their dreams by changing their identities and making fun of their prospective father-in-laws creating huge confusion. The film also stars Asin Thottumkal, John Abraham, Jacqueline Fernandez, Ritesh Deshmukh and Zareen Khan as Jelo Kanojia. You can easily skip watching it.
Rotten Tomatoes score – 14%
3. Roohi – Netflix and Ji Conema
No continuation Street, this protagonist of Rajkummar Rao and Janhvi Kapoor comes from the same universe, but does not cause you the same chills. Roohi revolves around a girl possessed by a soul who kidnaps brides during their honeymoon. Although the film may not be the best, it maintains a balance of silence and eerie, making it a decent watch.
Rotten Tomatoes score – 10%
4. Year 2 student – Voot Select
While Karan Johar is called the godfather of newcomers, he is also the godfather of producing some of the most overwhelming films under his banner. Student of the year The franchise is more of a film created to launch new talent in B-town. Unless you enjoy watching Tiger Schroff dance and do acrobatics, the movie is over to death. The story is a love triangle between Rohan, Mridula, Shreya and to be honest, soap operas do better drama than that.
Rotten Tomatoes score – 6%
5. The Girl On The Train – Netflix
Paropenia Chopra’s The girl on the train has very few ups and downs and many down. Chopra as Mira Kapoor takes the lead and Ribhu Dasgupta directs the film. The film is the official Hindi translation of Paula Hawkins’ book of the same name and follows Kapoor through her daily routine and limited one-way interactions with a lady (played by Aditi Rao Hydari) who locates from her train window. Until one day, her movement takes on a dark and memorable twist. The film constantly struggles with luggage to meet the expectations of the original Hollywood who presented Emily Blunt in the first place.
Rotten Tomatoes score – 6%
5 Bollywood movies below the 20% Rotten Tomatoes score to avoid on Netflix, Disney + Hostar, Jio Cinema and Voot Select
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