Ajay Devgn, Sonakshi bag Worst Actors Award
The Golden Kela awards, felicitating the worst of of the year in Bollywood, had the usual suspects singled out in its fifth edition, held over the weekend.
Ajay Devgn, who stars in Sajid Khan's latest offering Himmatwala, was crowned the Worst Actor for Ashwini Dhir's Son Of Sardaar and Rohit Shetty's Bol Bachchan.
Here's a look at other winners.
Image: Ajay Devgn in Son Of Sardaar
Sonakshi Sinha -- Worst Actress
Sonakshi Sinha was awarded the Worst Actress, gong for 'Everything she did in 2012.'
And that included Dabangg 2, Rowdy Rathore, Son Of Sardaar, Joker and OMG (Oh My God).
Image: Sonakshi SInha in Dabangg 2
Worst Film -- Joker
Shirish Kunder's sci-fi film Joker, which had Sonakshi opposite Akshay Kumar, was awarded the Worst Film of the Year.
Image: Movie poster of Joker
Worst director -- Shirish Kunder
Shirish Kunder was adjudged the Worst Director for his film that met with a disastrous fate at the box office.
Image: A scene from Joker, inset: Shirish Kunder
Most atrocious lyrics -- Ishq wala love
After spawning hilarious internet memes and parodies, Ishq wala love -- a romantic song from Karan Johar's Student Of The Year -- won the award for the Worst Lyrics for lyricist Anwita Dutt.
Image: Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan in Student Of The Year
Most irritating song -- Chinta ta chita chita
Akshay Kumar's quirky jig in Prabhu Deva's Rowdy Rathore may have been a hit with his die-hard fans but found few favours elsewhere.
The gibberish song won the Most Irritating Number award.
Image: Akshay Kumar and Kareena Kapoor in Rowdy Rathore
The Bawra ho gaya hai ke award
Owing to their increasingly weird and seemingly unevolved taste in films -- Rowdy Rathore, Singham and Dabangg have been some of the biggest hits in the recent past -- the Indian moviegoing audience won itself this rare honour.
Image: Indian movie-goers at an urban multiplex
Photographs: Arko Datta/Reuters
Worst sequel -- Dabangg 2
Quite understandably, Salman Khan's return as the crusader cop Chulbul Pandey in Dabangg 2 was less than appreciated with this award's jury.
The film was named the Worst Sequel of 2012.
Image: Movie poster of Dabangg 2
The 'Why are you still trying' award
Son of producer Vashu Bhagnani, Jackky Bhagnani -- whose latest film Rangrezz failed to impress audiences -- is yet to find a foothold in the film industry despite his father's earnest attempts.
Hence, the award.
Image: Jackky Bhagnani
Superhit of the year
A newly-inducted award -- Superhit -- was given to Shah Rukh Khan for the now infamous slap he planted on Shirish Kunder's face at a party after the filmmaker made snide remarks about Ra.One.
Image: Shirish Kunder and Shah Rukh Khan
Beta tumse na ho payega award
Kunder won quite a few bit at the Golden Kela awards this year.
He got the Beta tumse na ho payega award, as he is yet to deliver a hit after directing flops like Jaaneman, Tees Maar Khan and Joker.
Image: Shirish Kunder
Photographs: Pradeep Bandekar
Bas kijiye bahot ho gaya award
The Bhatts, known for making commercially viable films that mostly don't qualify for awards, were given the Bas kijiye bahot ho gaya award.
Image: Mukesh and Mahesh Bhatt