They say you win a few and you lose a few. The year 2015 saw a mess of movies which held a great deal of guarantee and made a ton of buzz before its discharge yet failed out in the blink of an eye as they could scarcely hold the gathering of people's consideration. A few movies were over-built up and advertised forcefully yet turned duds because of low on substance. A few them could simply earn back the original investment however will go down as soggy squibs in the last investigation. Chiefs like R. Balki and Dibakar Banerjee who were relied upon to think of victors disillusioned their fans. We take a gander at ten such movies (overall accumulations) which were anxiously anticipated before discharge yet didn't go all the way leaving viewers frustrated.
Shaandaar (Budget – 70 Crore, Grossed – 51 Crore)
Vikas Bahl's directorial after the much fruitful 'Ruler', "Shaandaar" discharged amid Dushehra on 22nd October. Touted to be one of the costly movies of the year it just declined to take off. In spite of the fact that it got the matching of Shahid Kapoor and Alia Bhatt surprisingly on screen, the science simply didn't work leaving the gatherings of people exposed.
Tevar (Budget – 85 Crore, Grossed – 56 Crore)
The principal huge spending arrival of 2015 which opened on ninth January began off promisingly however couldn't maintain its run. A change of the Telugu hit 'Okkadu', Arjun Kapoor was combined with Sonakshi interestingly yet their science turned frosty. The main redeeming quality was Manoj Bajpai who put in a splendid execution as the enemy.
Shamitabh (Budget – 25 Crore, Grossed – 22.46 Crore)
R. Balki's Amitabh and Dhanush starrer which discharged on the sixth February was a non-starter from the very beginning. The thought was novel yet the screenplay went no place. Much was normal from the executive who gave us 'Cheeni Kum' and "Paa" yet passed up a major opportunity this time.
Roy (Budget – 40 Crore, Grossed – 44.52 Crore)
Discharged on thirteenth February, executive Vikramjit's anticipation show "Roy" pretty much made back the initial investment in the cinematic world. The film however had star esteem as Arjun Rampal and Ranbir Kapoor yet it exited viewers befuddled as they were not able choose on the off chance that it was a romantic tale or a tension show. The music fared superior to the film.
Detective Byomkesh Bakshy (Budget – 35 Crore, Grossed – 36 Crore)
A Yash Raj generation coordinated by recompense winning chief Dibakar Banerjee was discharged on third April. A considerable measure of consideration was given to its creation esteem than its substance. The groups of onlookers couldn't associate with Bengal's most loved imaginary criminologist. In any case a valiant exertion gone vain.
Mr. X (Budget – 35 Crore, Grossed – 25 Crore)
Vishesh Films 'Mr. X' had its most loved serial kisser, Emraan Hashmi assuming the title part of Mr. Undetectable which discharged on the seventeenth April. The film had just the same old thing new to offer aside from its embellishments and 3D vision. Another failure from the "Bhatt" creation house.
Bombay Velvet (Budget – 120 Crore, Grossed – 31.85 Crore)
Anurag Kashyap's retro interpretation of vintage Bombay was discharged on the fifteenth May which featured Ranbir Kapoor with Anushka Sharma interestingly. The generation qualities were better than average including the sets which gave a look of Mumbai of the 60's. 'Bombay Velvet' simply didn't have enough start to set the movies ablaze. A noteworthy frustration from the free thinker chief.
All Is Well (Budget – 33 Crore, Grossed – 37.10 Crore)
Umesh Shukla's second directorial after the fruitful 'Goodness! My God' had Rishi Kapoor, Abhishek Bachchan and Asin in the number one spot parts. Discharged on the 21st August, the flick was an 'enjoyment on the run' sort parody which was great in spots however didn't make the effect it was required to.
Hero (Budget – 50 Crore, Grossed – 33.37 Crore)
Subhash Ghai's clique change of 1983, "Hero" got discharged on eleventh September which presented the pair of Sooraj Pancholi and Athiya Shetty. Co-delivered by Salman Khan, the film neglected to snatch any eye-balls as the gatherings of people liked to return to the Jackie-Meenakshi starrer at the end of the day.
Katti Batti (Budget – 40 Crore, Grossed – 24.41 Crore)
Nikhil Advani's interpretation of live-in relationship discharged on the eighteenth September was a moderate starter yet came up short on gas as the group of onlookers didn't discover anything novel in the script. The blending of Imran Khan and Kangana managed to get a couple snickers however wasn't sufficient to rake in the moolah for its makers.