Mammootty, (Muhammadkutty Ismail Panaparambil) born on September 7, 1951, is one of the finest actors that the Malayalam film industry has ever produced. Mamoootty along with superstar Mohanlal has ruled Mollywood for over three decades and has entertained the audience with his breathtaking performances and talent.
Films such as Oru CBI Diary Kurippu, Hitler and Rajamanikyam will strike you immediately since it was the biggest blockbuster of all times, you might be interested to know that the groovy looking actor has also had his share of flops!
Movies such as Bhargavacharitham, Moonam Khandam, Vande Mataram and Bus Conductor (to name a few) undoubtedly had a rich plot. However, the films bombed badly at the Box Office.
Here are five films of Mammootty that are regarded as super flops of superstar Mammootty. Check them out and tell us more flops of the megastar.
Bhargavacharitham Moonam Khandam
Bhargavacharitham Moonam Khandam (2006), directed by Jomon and starring Mammootty, Sreenivasan and Rahman is inspired from Harold Ramis directed classic black comedy Analyze This (1999) with Robert De Niro playing a mafia don.
Vande Mataram (2010) is a bilingual action film in Malayalam and Tamil, by Tamil director T Aravind. The film features Mammootty, Arjun and Sneha in the lead roles.
Bus Conductor, directed by VM Vinu has Mammootty playing the male lead role. The film also stars Adithya, Jayasurya, Bhavana, Nikita Thukral, Mamta Mohandas, Innocent, Salim Kumar and Harisree Ashokan.
Doubles (2011) is a comedy-action drama film directed by debutant Sohan Seenulal and written by the Sachi-Sethu duo. It stars Mammootty, Nadia Moidu and Taapsee Pannu in the lead roles, and features an extensive cast of supporting actors. The film was a huge flop at the Box Office.
Dubai (2001), directed by Joshiy with Mammootty in the main role bombed big time at the Box Office. Scripted by Renji Panicker, Dubai speaks about the fight of Ravi Mamman, a Dubai based business tycoon against his enemies.