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Most profitable Bollywood movies 2016

Hello folks, here are the most profitable Bollywood movies 2016



Rating: 1/5 stars (On Stara)
Star cast: Ajay Devgn, Tamannaah, Paresh Rawal,Mahesh Manjrekar, Zarina Wahab, Asrani
Director: Sajid Khan
What’s Good: Good….Sajid Khan’s dream!!!
What’s Bad: The Movie- Himmatwala
Loo break:  Anytime…you can have snacks/lunch/dinner….dont bother coming back.
Watch or Not?:   a Big NO. Watch only if you hate/love Sajid Khan and you are finding additional ways of pulling his leg by giving examples of pathetic movie making.
Paisa Wasool?: You can file a case against Sajid Khan about his false hypes of the movie in different movie channels specially ‘Nach Baliye’ and looting money from Bollywood movie lovers… LOL. Don’t bother watching the movie guys. we categorize the movie as‘Do Not Watch’.
The movie poster says ‘Sajid Khan’s entertainer’ we say- ‘Sajid Khan’s Blunder.. :P
First of all, I find it a spoof movie of original Himmatwala movie. The first one was at least making some sense with having Jitendra and Sridevi in the movie.
This is a film where a mother wants her daughter to go back to the husband who physically abuses her, because a woman can only leave her husband’s home when she dies, no matter what happens. How this attitude is part of a film in 2013 is beyond me.
“Himmatwala” also has a tiger, a bumbling villain and an all-conquering hero, who seemingly does nothing for a living except playing saviour.
Ajay Devgn is Ravi, who returns to his village to avenge the death of his father many years ago. He finds his impoverished mother and sister living on the outskirts of the village, banished by the same man responsible for his father’s death — Sher Singh, the village headman.
Ravi vows to make life hell for Sher Singh (Mahesh Manjrekar) but before he does — he chats with a tiger, plays messiah to the villagers and falls in love with Sher Singh’s daughter Rekha (Tamannaah). Rekha is an arrogant and spoilt girl, who wears short, tight clothes, but mellows and starts wearing traditional Indian attire once she falls in love with Ravi.
Of the cast, Ajay Devgn flexes his muscles, but the ones on his face refuse to move, rendering him expressionless for the most part.Tamannaah isn’t required to do much, but the remaining cast, including Zarina Wahab as the melodramatic mother, Paresh Rawal as the slimy villain’s sidekick and Mahesh Manjrekar ham it up like there’s no tomorrow.Finding a semblance of a story or logic in this film is meaningless, but Sajid Khan doesn’t even make it funny. “Himmatwala” is boring, long-winded and reeks of arrogance that the audiences will lap up anything that remotely resembles humour or drama if it is presented by an A-list star and with enough fanfare.
Watching “Himmatwala”, you wonder whether the film industry has indeed come a long way from the 1980s, or are we still stuck in a time warp?
Have Himmat to watch Himmatwala

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