These Seven Bollywood Movies Made Us Lose Faith in Sequels
Judwaa 2 is running to packed houses and the film is supposed to be a fitting remake of the original. Varun Dhawan’s performance as twin brothers, Prem and Raja, is loved by all and the actors is considered to become the next Salman Khan. Not all remakes or sequels are as entertaining though. Here are a few sequels that were terrible, to say the least.
1. Sarkar Raj
Ram Gopal Varma couldn’t work his magic second time around. Even though it starred the Bachchans (Amitabh, Abhishek, and Aishwarya), Sarkar Raj was a disaster at the box-office.
Vaastav has to be one of Sanjay Dutt’s best films till date. Hathyar, which showcased the journey of Raghu’s son, wasn’t a patch on the original.
3, Golmaal Returns
The first Golmaal was downright hilarious, it’s sequel not so much. Filled with slapstick humor, it is the weakest film of the franchise.
4. Double Dhamaal
Double the torture, we’d say. While Dhamaal was a laugh riot, the second part was more of a pain.
5. Bheja Fry 2
Bheja Fry has achieved cult status. The film, which was made on a shoestring budget, turned out to be super successful. The boring sequel tanked though. And how!
6. Once Upon ay Time in Mumbai Dobaara!
Ekta Kapoor must have definitely consulted a numerologist before naming this film. We wish he had advised her against making it.
7. Raaz (add numbers or random text)
Besides the first film, none of them managed to scare the audience. Hopefully, the Raaz series has ended with the last film.
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