Sachiin Joshi recently made a limp attempt to mimic the Dabangg-style of actor Salman Khan in 'Mumbai Mirror' and has failed miserably. His performance brought to mind similar horrific acts by other actors in Bollywood. Who would you rate the worst? Here are our top eight picks...
Tusshar Kapoor made his debut with the film 'Mujhe Kuch Kehna Hai' and to everyone's surprise, struck gold. But the box office wasn't as kind after as he delivered disaster after disaster like 'Kya Dil Ne Kaha', 'Jeena Sirf Mere Liye', 'Kucch To Hai' and 'Yeh Dil'. Ironically, he had to play a mute in the 'Golmaal' series, or else we're certain those movies would have gone the flop way too.
We're still not sure what casting directors think when they choose Zayed Khan. Hrithik Roshan's brother-in-law's only real hit was 'Main Hoon Na', but he's followed it up with duds aplenty. He once said he was not really too serious about his acting career. Well, it shows.
Upen Patel was last seen in the super-hit movie 'Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani', but its success at the box office was no thanks to him. Relegated to playing the heroine's detestable boyfriend in most films, his roles don't say much about his acting skills
Chandrachur Singh is a regular feature on 'Worst Actors' lists. Hailing from a royal family, Singh was a music teacher in Doon School before he made his debut in 1996 with 'Tere Mere Sapne'. Other than a few tolerable performances in 'Maachis' and 'Josh', his acting has been consistently annoyed audiences everywhere. Will he find the hit formula with his role in the upcoming 'Zila Ghaziabad'? We have royal doubts...
The Hrithik Roshan lookalike's short filmography section on his Wiki page says it all. We can only hope Baweja forgets about a career in acting altogether (or at least until 2050).
If his nasal twang hasn't annoyed the hell out of you yet, watching him act certainly will!
The beefy actor's first hit was the film 'Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya?' in 2005, that also starred big brother Salman Khan (little wonder then that the film worked). Without his brother's presence, it's quite the different story. We haven't decided what we hate the most yet - his facial contortions or his baboon-like behaviour. Either way, one thing's certain - following in your successful sibling's footsteps doesn't always ensure success
Bobby Deol is another actor who comes from a heavy weight film khaandaan, but that did little for his acting skills. His best roles are when he's on a mission for revenge, and even in those, he's barely tolerable. The success of family dramas like 'Apne' and the 'Yamla Pagla Deewana' series also cannot be credited to his screen presence, since he shared space with his brother and father - both bonafide stars.