Talking about the most flop film in India is in terms of the ratio between the two factors i.e., the productions cost and the box-office collections. So now let’s break down the term Productions cost, which is one of the prominent factors to understand the difference between a film getting hit or flop.
Bollywood filmmakers have now grasped the concept of good things coming in tiny packages. Bollywood relied on creating films with huge budgets to attract the public long before modest budget films set in tiny communities achieved wonders at the box office and garnered accolades. Most directors and producers’ go-to mantras were probably larger-than-life sets, implausible movie settings, and songs shot in other countries. However, the absence of a compelling plot and flawless execution caused most big-budget films to bomb the box office. So, without wasting more time let’s check out:
The most flop film in India-
Bombay Velvet (2015)
We’re confident that, like us, the majority of you have yet to see Ranbir Kapoor and Anushka Sharma’s film. For obvious reasons, we’re not shocked at all. We were spared the agony of going through the film due to the trailer and reviews. The film had a budget of Rs 120 crores but only generated Rs 43 crores at the box office. Despite the fact that sources claim it barely generated Rs 20 crore. Bombay Velvet is considered the most flop film ever made in the history of Indian Cinema.
Talking about the synopsis of the film, Bombay Velvet tells the storey of an average man who defies all difficulties to achieve his dream of becoming a big shot. It’s a passionate love tale set against the backdrop of ambition, love, avarice, and jazz clubs. The film is set against the backdrop of a booming city and a great yearning for a decent life.