- YUVVRAJ’ (2008)Yuvvraaj is a musical story of a fragmented family of three brothers who try to con each other to inherit their father’s wealth. According to the director, the film is about the arrogance and overconfidence of contemporary youth. This film’s budget was Rs 50 crore but it bombed at the box office, earning only Rs 16 crore.
2. Love Story 2050A rich Karan (Harman) is lured by the beauty and attitude of Sana (Priyanka Chopra). They fall in love but an accident takes away Sana. Saddened, Karan, with the help of his uncle (Boman Irani) travels back in time to save Sana. Made with a budget of Rs 60 crore, the film earned only around 25 crore.
3. Blue (2009)
Blue was the first movie to have a budget higher than ₹100 crore which was equivalent to $25 million at the time of release.The film had a good opening minting around ₹40 crore on the opening weekend.The film however slowed down in the second week due to negative word of mouth.The film grossed around ₹75 crore in its lifetime making it a below average venture in the box office. At end movie was declared flopped.
Box Office India said the film “opened to a bumper response at most places” in India, but noted “reports are not encouraging, the biggest reason for failure are being the film has a lot of English and Spanish dialogue.” The film collected ₹49.27 crore (US$7.3 million) nett in its lifetime run in India.
5. Bombay Velvet (2015)
The film opened to dull occupancy ranging 10%–20% on first day in which it had flopped at the box office.Directed by Anurag Kashyap, ‘Bombay Velvet’ had Ranbir Kapoor, Anushka Sharma and Karan Johar in lead roles. Made with a budget of Rs 120 crore, this film earned just Rs 31 crore.