Most Expensive Bollywood Flops Of All Time That Lost Crores Of Rupees

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AUTHOR:  VIRAL ENTALKS

DATE: 08-03-2022

Larger-than-life sets, unrealistic movie locations, and songs filmed in international locations were perhaps the go-to mantra for most directors and producers. 

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But then, the lack of a gripping storyline and fine execution led to most of the big-budget films tanking at the box office.  

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Here’s a list of the most anticipated Bollywood movies that failed to impress the audience and faced a huge loss.

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Priyanka Chopra and Harman Baweja's 2008 sci-fi musical 'Love Story 2050' had one of the biggest production budgets of its time - Rs 60 crore. 

Love Story 2050

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However, the film did not impress audience and only managed to rake in Rs 18 crores. 

Love Story 2050

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Ranveer Singh's latest film '83, that was eyeing box office glory settled for unfavorable numbers at the ticket windows.

83

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Mounted on a budget of Rs 270 crore, the film that entered it's third week, earned just around Rs 91 crore nett till date. 

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Shaandaar was one of the most anticipated movies of 2015 given that Shahid Kapoor and Alia Bhatt were in it together. 

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However, the popular faces, lavish sets, superhit songs couldn't make up for the lack of script. The movie made a gross collection of Rs 39.48 crores. 

Shaandaar

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Zero starrer Shah Rukh Khan Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma was made on a budget of Rs 270 crore, sadly, the film only earned an estimated Rs 112 crore nett at the box office.

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Salman Khan's 'Race 3' fell short of a few crores at the box office. The film that was made on a budget of Rs 180 crore earned a little over Rs 165 crore nett.

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While Bhansali's opulent romantic tragedies usually made a killing at the box office, this one was something of a joke. The movie made a gross of Rs 18.48 crores.

Saawariya

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'Kalank' that was mounted on a Rs 150 crore budget, boasted of a stellar cast, grand sets, props and costumes, but still could not make it past the Rs 80 crore nett.

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Salman Khan's film 'Tubelight' checked itself into the 100-crore club, but still fell short at the box office as it earned just about Rs 115 crore of its Rs 135 crore budget. 

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Shah Rukh Khan took one of the biggest swings making a superhero film 'Ra.One' with a budget of Rs 130 crore.

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Despite the catchy songs and super star-cast, the film's nett collections rounded up to just about Rs 96 crore. 

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