5 Bollywood Actors Who Still Get Surprised At Their Flops But We Don’t
Bollywood Actors Who Still Get Surprised At Their Flops
Hit or flop- the cycle continues in Bollywood forever and every Friday the luck and hardwork of many are put to test. Most stars have expressed how Fridays still come as a shock to them as there is no telling what would happen. As unnerving as that sounds, it is true for almost all actors in the industry.
However, when it comes to certain actors, we have almost made peace with their flops. Throughout their careers they have given us enough training to not be shocked at their flops. But, even though we have got the memo, it seems like they are late for their own party as they still behave surprised when their films flop. Here are the ones we are talking about.
It pains our heart to write this because lord knows the boy looks delicious, but we are unfazed by Sidhharth Malhotra’s flops any more thanks to a horde of disappointing films like Brothers, A Gentleman, and Aiyaary. However, he surely has not made peace with his string of flops as recently he revealed that he becomes quiet and aggressive after every flop. Well, that’s a whole lot of quiet and aggressive for Siddharth Malhotra then.
Arjun Kapoor, apart from his love story with Malaika Arora, has hardly spoken about the royal disaster that was Namaste England. One can surely assume that he is still reeling from the after-effects of it. However, we have seen Mubarakan, Tevar and Ki & Ka and that has prepared us well to expect flops from him.
Yet another survivor of the Namastey England debacle, we have almost forgotten the last film hit film that Parineeti delivered. After a string of flops she has probably actually gone in shock and reportedly expressed her will to only work with big stars to avoid flops. Dear Pari, it is not really your co-stars who are pulling you down, its probably you.
Apart from Lootera, even Sonakshi’s hits do not have a lot of contribution on her part. With disasters like Akira, Happy Phirr Bhaag Jayegi and of course Welcome to New York, Sonakshi is having a hard time coming to terms with her box-office.