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The Ten Worst FIlms Of Mallika Sherawat

Last updated on: October 8, 2012 12:32 IST

The Ten Worst FIlms Of Mallika Sherawat

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She hasn't been around in Bollywood very long, shuttling these days between Indian B-movies and random events on Hollywood's social calendar, but Mallika Sherawat -- who once created quite an industry-defying storm -- seems a shadow of her former impactful self.

And her recent film Kismat Love Paisa Dilli did not help things either. We look at her 10 worst films:

Kismat Love Paisa Dilli

Sherawat's latest, one that pitted her opposite the long written-off Vivek Oberoi, looked doomed right from the abysmal first trailer.

A Delhi-based 'comedy' with neither laughs not originality, this one might be the straw that breaks her filmography's back.

Read the review here.


Image: Mallika Sherawat
Photographs: Twitter

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Hisss

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Sherawat bared her soul and her bottom for this serpentine misadventure, directed by David Lynch's daughter Jennifer, one who doesn't seem to have any of her father's filmmaking genes.

An awful mess with scaly nudity, tacky horror and a bad script, this may genuinely be Mallika's worst ever film.

Read the review here.


Image: Mallika Sherawat in Hisss


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Double Dhamaal

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Despite its inanity, the first Dhamaal film managed to provide a few stupid but genuine laughs.

The slapstick well dried up completely with this sequel, however, where director Indra Kumar seemed to demand improvisational comedy from such stalwarts as Sherawat and Kangna Ranaut.

Not wise, no.

Read the review here.


Image: Mallika Sherawat in Double Dhamaal


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Ugly Aur Pagli

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Sachin Khot's ambitious but harebrained 'remake' of the quirky Korean comedy My Sassy Girl saw Sherawat and co-star Ranbir Shorey trying to stay straight-faced while tackling one of the silliest scripts.

Both actors did okay -- and Mallika rocked a catsuit -- but the film was an absolute dud.

Read the review here.


Image: Mallika Sherawat in Ugly Aur Pagli


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Maan Gaye Mughal E Aazam

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Yet another ripoff, this time with Sanjay Chhel taking on the legendary Ernst Lubitsch and his To Be Or Not Be.

A demented film about a theatre director (Paresh Rawal) and his wife (Sherawat), this was very occasionally salvaged by a enjoyably hammy Kay Kay Menon but scuttled by the unbearable Rahul Bose.

Read the review here.

Image: Mallika Sherawat in Maan Gaye Mughal E Aazam


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Aap Kaa Suroor - The Moviee - The Real Luv Story

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In Himesh Reshammiya's acting debut, Mallika Sherawat plays a vamp called Ruby James.

Need we say more?

Read the review here.

Image: Mallika Sherawat in Aap Kaa Suroor - The Moviee - The Real Luv Story


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Thank You

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It's true Sherawat didn't really feature as an actress in this Anees Bazmee disaster -- peopled by Akshay Kumar, Bobby Deol, Celina Jaitley and Sonam Kapoor, at their screechiest -- but she did an item number called Raziya gundo mein fas gayi and played her part in luring unsuspecting audiences to theatres.

Read the review here.

Image: Mallika Sherawat in Thank You


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Welcome

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Sherawat plays a full-fledged part in Bazmee's Welcome, however, a mess of a film that, quite honestly, becomes a tad messier when she appears shrilly on screen.

It's a bit like watching Malaika Arora Khan on screen when she isn't dancing.

Read the review here.


Image: Mallika Sherawat in Welcome


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Bachke Rehna Re Baba

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On paper, a Heartbreakers remake with Rekha in place of Sigourney Weaver and Mallika in place of Jennifer Love Hewitt seemed fine, but this Govind Menon monstrosity saw Rekha at her most stomach-turningly vile, and Sherawat was around just to show her cleavage.

A steamy photoshoot would have worked better, in every way.

Read the review here.


Image: Mallika Sherawat in Bachke Rehna Re Baba


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Shaadi Se Pehle

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An unnecessary retread of Amol Palekar starrer Mere Biwi Ki Shaadi, this Satish Kaushik film seemed to hinge on getting buxom actresses (Sherawat and Ayesha Takia) to share a frame.

They were then surrounded by moronic characters played by Akshaye Khanna, Suniel Shetty and Aftab Shivdasani.

How could anyone have hoped this would work?

Read the review here.

Image: Mallika Sherawat in Shaadi Se Pehle


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