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Abhishek, Saif, Ajay Devgn: WORST actors of 2014

Last updated on: December 26, 2014 11:17 IST
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These actors weren't exactly high up in the popularity charts this year.

After the best actresses and worst movies of the year, here comes Rediff reader's list of the WORST actors of 2014.

Did your choice make the cut?

You will just have to find out!

Abhishek Bachchan (Happy New Year)

 

Abhishek Bachchan, who popped up quite a few times in the list by our readers, clearly didn't do enough as the well-meaning hooligan Nandu in Farah Khan's multistarrer heist musical Happy New Year.

Read the reviews here, here and here.

Jackky Bhagnani (Youngistaan)

 

Jackky Bhagnani may have entered his grossly misguided film as an independent entry to next year's Oscars, there is no love lost between the film and the audience.

Needless to say, the film had sunk without a trace upon release.

Read the review here.

Saif Ali Khan (Happy Ending)

 

Maybe this would be a clear sign for Saif Ali Khan to stop making ill-advised choices in romantic comedies.

He followed up the insufferable Humshakals with Happy Ending. Enough said.

Read the review here.

Ajay Devgn (Action Jackson, Singham Returns)

 

Also, maybe it's time for Ajay Devgn to gently step away from mindless actioners.

Action Jackson's misfortune at the box office and our readers' verdict should change his mind.

Read the review here.

Emraan Hashmi (Raja Natwarlal)

 

Emraan Hashmi was well on his way to establish himself as a thinking actor.

Until Raja Natwarlal happened earlier this year. 

Read the review here.

Akshay Kumar (Entertainment)

 

Writers Sajid-Farhad made their directorial debut with Entertainment but unfortunately Akshay Kumar with his tepid acting turned tepid acting reduced the films otential to a nonsensical slasher flick

Read the review here.

Fawad Khan (Khoobsurat)

 

Pakistani actor Fawad Khan made his debut in Hindi movies in Khoobsurat

He surely managed to impress his female fans with his looks but couldn't do it with his acting. 

Read the review here.

Shiv Darshan (Karle Pyaar Karle)

 

As it turns out, not all celebrity sons and daughters are destined for celluloid stardom.

Suneel Darshan's actor son Shiv learnt it the hard way.

Read the review here.

Arshad Warsi (Joe B Carvalho)

 
A gifted comic actor, Arshad Warsi was way off mark with Joe B Carvahlo.

Maybe the new year will bring better projects for the Jolly LLB star.

Read the review here.

Vijender Singh (Fugly)

 

And we conclude with former boxer Vijender Singh, whose cinematic outing was disastrous to say the least.

Our readers seem to agree.

Read the review here.

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