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10 Things We Hate About Bollywood

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We love Bollywood industry, Bollywood movies, Bollywood celebrities everything! But like how each one of us have a favourite hero or heroine, we have a list of films we love or hate too! So all of us are well aware about what we love in Bollywood, the list will obviously start off with Salman Khan but today we are talking about things I/we hate about Bollywood.

Have you ever watched a movie seriously, like the story is enticing and you are completely involved and suddenly out of no where the hero starts dancing or an item dancer sheds her clothes to bare minimum and dances at a "daru ka adda". Do you like it or are you just plain irritated?

These are the things we are talking about, things that disturb us in Bollywood movies. Sometimes the whole story or movie disturbs us because of the lack of creativity. We celebrated 100 years of cinema last year and when you make a list of all the movies that were ever made, How many of them would have a storyline of a boy meets girl, boy falls for girl but something or someone doesn't allow them to come together and the climax of the movies would either end in them finally coming together or one of them dying or for a change like Ram Leela both of them die. Trust me 99 percent of the movies will come under that list.

Similarly there are a lot of things we as audience hate about our Bollywood films. Read on to find out 10 things we hate about Bollywood...

One

Every movie has the same storyline. In the old days, movies always involved the hot guy saving the hot girl from the villains. Now, the hot guy falls in love with the girl, but somehow they just can't or don't want to be together, so the movie is a series of events which makes them fall for each other. Where is the originality?

Two

There are so many issues in the world but a Bollywood film will always be a love story showing a middle aged actress falling in love with a hero who looks like her kid brother.

Three

The singing and dancing. Every 20 minutes, the actor bursts into song and, instantly, all the village people/college students/people at the mall/wedding guests start singing and dancing in sync with each other.

Four

The sound effects accompanying the fake punches and kicks. The same sounds are used for every action sequence in every movie. Bullets are seemingly absorbed into the hero's skin and he usually loses his shirt in the fracas.

Five

The vulgarity. Was it really necessary for the heroine needs to strip down to a bikini just to dance? Item songs of yesteryear were never this raunchy. They were loved because they were good, not because the item girl was practically naked.

Six

The fact that even movies that deal with serious issues have at least one comedic character. The viewers don't need some wannabe cowboy with a ditzy blonde for a girlfriend as comic relief.

Seven

The westernisation of Indian movies is really laughable, as if they're trying to convince themselves that that's what they really are. Which Indian family happily lets their daughter and sisters drive in top-open cars, picking up their guy friends and going to dance clubs in locations which look strangely like Italy?

Eight

There was a time when the Indian film industry was capable of producing films like Pakeeza and Mughal-e-Azam. Now, each movie seems like a caricature of the previous one.

Nine

The songs. You know there's something seriously wrong when you hear that someone's 4-year-old daughter can sing that insane ‘Sheila' song but still can't recite the alphabet.

Ten

The fact that people don't realise that most Indian movies are a frame by frame copy of Hollywood movies. Who needs actual writers when just translators would do? From Three Men and a Baby to Hitch Bollywood has copied it all.

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