Bollywood Movies with Hilarious VFX | Jaani Dushman, Creature 3D, Drona, Hisss, love story 2050 |

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Aug 12, 2017

by Fresh Box Office Network on Aug 12,2017 -

Bollywood is always known for going that extra mile to achieve something. From gravity defying stunts to really disturbing dialogues, our movies do everything they can to attract attention. Of late, our filmmakers have taken the help of visual effects to achieve results that people could only dream of. Such additions give a whole new dimension to the flick and leaves you stunned!
But as someone once said, “With great power, comes great responsibility”, our movie makers lose their mind while using this amazing tool. Here is a list of movies that just went overboard with the use of VFX and the end result was nothing short of hilarious!
1. Jaani Dushman:

This movie has to top every list which is about VFX fails. What was intended to be a serious action-thriller turned out to be a great comedy flick in the long run. The effects are so unreal, that the only reaction you can give is WTF?
2. Creature 3D:

Bipasha Basu seems to have a thing for horror flicks, which is obvious with her recent releases all being horror movies. Creature 3D, a movie which obviously has a creature got confused with the spellings of horror and humor. The VFX fails so badly that the creature that is supposed to scare us looks like a weird video game character forced into a feature film. (Ra.One, What up? Speak of the Devil!)

3. Ra.One:

King Khan tries to be a superhero! YAY, right? NO. Stunts that make no sense at all and visual effects that make you wish you were blind. A video game character turning real, sounds interesting but this movie wasn’t even close!

4. Krissh 3:

When you are succeeding movies like Koi Mil Gaya and Krish which were super hits, the expectation level is certainly high. Krissh 3 didn’t really do that. Why, you ask? Well, for starters, the makers failed miserably to create the Indian version of X-men inspired mutants. If it doesn’t help, make sure it doesn’t spoil the movie! Film-Making Exercise 1.
5. Love Story 2050:

This is what futuristic people look like. Torn clothes, weird coloured hair and lots and lots of metallic bling make things `futuristic`. Case in point, this super sci-fi couple.
Yes, this was a rant and yes, we`ve had some nice sci-fi films over the years. Films like Mr. India still get us excited when they air on TV. And it`s not like we don`t have a sci-fi culture in India. Satyajit Ray wrote about Professor Shonku, S. Rangarajan wrote about robots which inspired the Rajinikanth film Enthiran , Samit Basu has made quite a name for himself in the fantasy/sci-fi genre. If only we`d encourage more sci-fi writers and small-time filmmakers and bring out their works into the mainstream, maybe one day, we can come up with our own space opera, or even cosplay! Wouldn’t that be COOL?
Directed by Goldie Behl
Produced by Shrishti Arya
Sunil Lulla
Amitabh Bachchan
Written by Goldie Behl
Jaydeep Sarkar
Starring Abhishek Bachchan
Priyanka Chopra
Kay Kay Menon
Jaya Bachchan
Music by Dhruv Ghanekar
Cinematography Sameer Arya
Edited by Shyam K. Salgonkar
Distributed by Eros Entertainment
Rose Movies
Release date 2 October 2008

Running time
138 minutes
Language Hindi

Jaani Dushman:
Directed by Rajkumar Kohli
Produced by Rajkumar Kohli
Written by K. K. Singh (dialogues)
Screenplay by Rajkumar Kohli
Naveena Bhandari
Story by Rajinder Singh Aatish
Starring Raj Babbar
Sunny Deol
Aditya Pancholi
Akshay Kumar
Sunil Shetty
Manisha Koirala
Armaan Kohli
Aftab Shivdasani
Sharad Kapoor
Rajat Bedi
Arshad Warsi
Sonu Nigam
Atul Agnihotri
Music by Anand-Milind
Anand Raj Anand
Sandeep Chowta
Cinematography Thomas A. Xavier
Damodar Naidu
Edited by Kuku Cuckoo
Dilip Darak

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