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Check Out This List Of Few Bollywood Actors Who Regretted Doing These Films!

Check Out This List Of Few Bollywood Actors Who Regretted Doing These Films!

Ups and downs are a part of life and so are the lives of several celebrities in Bollywood who have been a part of a movie and later regretted being featured in it. Here are some examples where Bollywood actors, including Saif Ali Khan, Katrina Kaif, and others, who regretted their movie choices:

Saif Ali Khan for ‘Humshakals’

Saif Ali Khan essayed the lead role in the 2014 film titled Humshakals. The film stars Saif Ali Khan, Ram Kapoor, Riteish Deshmukh, Bipasha Basu, Tamannah Bhatia and Esha Gupta in pivotal roles. The film received rave reviews from the viewers and fans. Saif Ali Khan, in an interaction with a leading daily publication, admitted that it was a ‘mistake’ and told that he learned about dissatisfying his fans.

Katrina Kaif for ‘Boom’

Katrina Kaif has delivered several commendable performances throughout her career. Some of her memorable performances were with movies like Raajneeti, Ek Tha Tiger, Bang Bang! and others.

Reportedly, the actor was disappointed with her movie Boom. The film released in the year 2003 and is helmed by Kaizad Gustad and features Amitabh Bachchan, Katrina Kaif, Jackie Shroff, Gulshan Grover, Padma Lakshmi, Madhu Sapre, and Zeenat Aman in pivotal roles.

Twinkle Khanna on ‘Mela’

Mela is a 2000 action masala flick directed by Dharmesh Darshan and produced by Umed Jain. The film features Aamir Khan, Twinkle Khanna, and Faisal Khan in key roles. In one of the tweets, Twinkle Khanna seems to have taken a dig at Mela. The tweet created quite a buzz amongst her fans.

Ajay Devgn for ‘Himmatwala’

The 2013 action comedy film stars Ajay Devgn and Tamannaah in lead roles. The movie did not receive good reviews at the box office. In an interaction with a media portal, he said he assumed the movie would be shot exactly the same way his superhit, Once Upon a Time In Mumbaai was shot –in a retro format.

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