Did your choice make the cut?
When we asked you, dear readers, to give us your own lists of the year's best and the worst, you obliged in surprising numbers.
In our ongoing year-end series on Bollywood, here's looking at YOUR pick of the worst movies of 2014.
Prabhudheva's Ajay Devgn starrer Action Jackson hit new lows in the universe of Bollywood's mindless, hero-worshipping actioners.
There was nothing new on offer in the film too, usually the one redeeming factor of such films.
Read the review here.
AR Murugadoss's action thriller Holiday was everything our hapless critic DIDN'T expect it to be.
Turns out this Akshay Kumar starrer was criminally slow, among other things.
This is, by far, the biggest disaster of the year.
Sajid Khan's senseless ensemble comedy brought our collective IQ down in the most dramatic way ever.
We'd never wish this monstrosity even upon our worst enemies.
How was Singham Returns different from its predecessor?
The only one we could spot was that Kajal Agarwal was replaced by Kareena Kapoor, with every stunt, mannerism, ethos very much in place.
If we go by our film critic's opinion, Total Siyaapa, meant to improve relations between the ever sparring India and Pakistan, was a bit of a faux pas.
Hasee Toh Phasee
Parineeti Chopra and Siddharth Malhotra's mad rom-com finds an apt place on this list.
T-Series head honcho Bhushan Kumar's wife Divya Kumar's directorial debut Yaariyan was a college romance, starring mostly newcomers.
There was nothing novel or cool about this frothy mess of a film.
Kabir Sadanand's ensemble comedy, comprised of fresh new faces, failed to click with the audience, thanks to its hackeyed storyline and disappointing performances.
Balwinder Singh Famous Ho Gaya
Singer Mika Singh's acting debut wasn't much to speak of. Are you surprised that it sank without a trace?
Bollywood's resident queen of horrors, Bipasha's success rate in the genre has been rather sketchy. So it wasn't really a surprise when her last horror Creature tanked upon release.