4 Bollywood Films, Whose Endings Were Not Liked By Audience

4 Bollywood films, whose endings were not much liked by the audiences. Here is the list

Each Friday, many new Bollywood films release at the box office. Some of them become super successful and there are also some movies which don’t perform well. Everything depends on the choice of the audience. If a film has a huge star cast but doesn’t have a strong plot, there is a very less chance that the film will survive at the theatres. We have seen many films like Race 3 and Kalank which did not perform well, even though they had a huge cast.
In the terms of the Bollywood films, Indian viewers prefer mostly prefer a happy ending. Sometimes audiences also like experimental ends, but most of the time, it’s all about the good endings. Today, we are going to discuss the four films, whose endings were not much liked by the audiences.
1. Ram Leela
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We can call ” Ramleela ” a modern Hindi adaptation of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. The film is directed by Sanjay Leela Bhanusali, featuring Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh in lead.
The film is based on the love life of two members of enemy families. They fall in love first and then become enemies of each other due to circumstantial misunderstandings.
In the end, they decided to die together for their love. According to some audiences, the writer could write a different ending than the death of the protagonist. It would make a different twist at the end of the story.
2. Aashiqui 2
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It is the sequel to the 1990s superhit Aashiqui. The film was directed by Mohit Suri. We have seen Aditya Roy Kapoor and Shraddha Kapoor in the lead.
The story evolves when Rahul meets Arohi first, in a bar. He was mesmerized by her singing talent and decided to guide her to make a career in the music industry. Soon Arohi becomes popular but at this time Rahul becomes insecure about himself because of her success.
Rahul was addicted to alcohol and was ill. In the end, Arohi decided to leave her career to take care of
him. In the climax of the movie, Rahul commits suicide. He didn’t want to be a burden to Arohi.
According to some audiences, the film could have a fresh start in the end.
3. Kai Po Che
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The film “Kai Po Che” is based on a novel by Chetan Bhagat named “Three mistakes of my life”. The film is based on the story of three friends. In the end, the character Ishaan got shot by his friend Omkaar in the backdrop of the Godhra riots.
According to some viewers, the film could show a different impact, if Ishaan did not die. If all the friends would help each other during the circumstances, then the movie would make a positive impact.
4. Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam
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The film is directed by Sanjay Leela Bhanusali. The story begins when Nandini (Aishwariya Rai Bachchan) met Sameer ( Salman Khan) for the first time and got connected. But due to the circumstances, Nandini got married to Vanraj ( Ajay Devgn). In the climax, we see when Vanraj tried to reunite Sameer and Nandini, Nandini refuses that and decided to stay with Vanraj.
Audiences loved the chemistry between Sameer and Nandini. Many of them wanted a different ending. According to some viewers, it would be more beautiful if Vanraj reunited Sameer and Nandini and got married to someone else.
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