Bollywood is the world’s largest and most famous film industry. Here most films are produced in a year. Film stars also work hard to make their films a hit and also do a lot of promotions for several days before the release.
But today in this article, we are going to talk about 6 stars, who flopped even good script films because of their poor acting.
1) Sonakshi Sinha
Sonakshi Sinha made her debut with dabangg film opposite Salman Khan. Since then, he has never looked back. He worked in good films like R Rajkumar and Son of Sardar but had to be trolled for overacting.
2) Tiger Shroff
Tiger Shroff is one of the most talented actors and has won a lot of praise for his powerful acting in the Baaghi series. But apart from that, none of his films have been able to be very hot. Recently, his big film like Heropanti 2 also flopped.
3) Varun Dhawan
Varun Dhawan is the son of director David Dhawan, probably because of this, he has got more films. If we talk about his acting, he has been seen overacting in most of the films. Some time ago, he had remade the superhit film of the 90s, Coolie No 1, which was a big flop.
4) Salman Khan
Salman Khan is considered to be the biggest star in the industry. The films become a hit by his name, but in the past few years, many films have flopped continuously from Dabangg 3 to the last. Perhaps the main reason for which is his poor acting.
5) John Abraham
John Abraham is a tremendous actor and has proved his powerful acting in films like Rocky Handsome, Madras Cafe and Dhoom. But at the moment, he is going through a bad phase and recently his films like Satyamev Jayate 2 and Attack have been big flops.
6) Akshay Kumar
Akshay Kumar has made a lot of headlines by making patriotic films in the last few years, but now his tactics are not working. Talking about the last few months, his films like Atrangi Re, Samrat Prithviraj, Bachchan Pandey, and Mission Mangal have been big flops.
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