Every actor has their share of hits and flops. But then, there are some actors whose flops also become the talk of the town, for all the wrong reasons! Ajay Devgn is one such actor whose flop films have not only been categorised as 'duds' but are also considered to be an option for shock therapy. With 'Action Jackson' being touted as the next big dud of Bollywood, we bring to you those Ajay Devgn movies that carried huge expectations with them but ended up being a complete disappointment.
1) Ram Gopal Verma Ki AAG:
Remake of 'Sholay'. *facepalm* A movie where even Ajay's performance was given a thumbs down. And who directed it? Our very own RGV, the man who never fails to give us a horror movie. Surely, AAG was one of them.
2)Son Of Sardaar:
â€œEmpty vessels make the most noiseâ€. True. Ajay Devgn made sure his movie gets equal footage and screens as the SRK-starrer 'Jab Tak Hai Jaan', which would have been a justified action had the movie been worth a watch. Some say he even went over-board and took the rivalry up to another level. Surely, the movie received the desired screens but not a single applause. This movie also grossed 100 crore at the box office, which is truly shocking!!
A huge star-cast. Chart-topping songs. Action-thriller movie, which has always been a favourite amongst the audience. The movie had a good opening but failed to collect decent CASH at the box-office.
When we speak about torturous movies, this movie cannot be ignored. It is, undoubtedly, one of the worst movies of the decade. What made the matters worse was director Sajid Khan making high promises about how brilliant the movie would be and would create a history.
Dear Sajid Khan, surely history was created my friend. History was created.
5) Action Jackson:
The latest entrant everyone has been speaking about. It is being termed as 'Himmatwala Part 2'â€¦.need we say more?
We love you Ajay for his acting and those intense eyes. He is undoubtedly a great talent of our country, but these movies are a great shame! We sincerely hope to see him in better movies in future.