Arshad Warsi is a well-known Bollywood actor who has played many good characters in supporting roles and has also worked in many superhit films like Munna Bhai MBBS, Lage Raho Munna Bhai, and all the series of Golmaal.
But they expressed confidence in many films regarding Arshad Warsi and he was also cast in the lead role in many films.
But almost all of them were flops, so today we will talk about the flop movies of Arshad Warsi.
Welcome 2 Karachi
Welcome 2 Karachi is the story of two friends who get kidnapped during their board trip and later discover that they have been kidnapped by the Taliban and brought to Karachi.
When those two friends come to know that both of us have been kidnapped by Taliban terrorists, they get scared and have to find a way out from there.
Along with Arshad Warsi, Jackky Bhagnani was also in the lead role in this film. This film was directed by Ashish R Mohan and the film flopped badly at the box office.
The budget of Welcome to Karachi movie was Rs 25 crores and this movie could not even earn Rs 10 crores at the box office.
A Legend of Michael Mishra
Manish Jha’s movie A Legend of Michael Mishra, released in 2016, proved to be a very mediocre love story as the movie did not work well at the box office.
In this movie, Arshad Warsi and Aditi Rao Hydari were in the lead roles and actors like Roman Irani were in supporting roles in this film. In this movie, Arshad Warsi is a tailor who later becomes a kidnapper.
Meanwhile, he falls in love with Aditi Rao Hydari and she goes to Mumbai to become a heroine, Arshad Warsi leaves his criminal world and goes to Mumbai in love with Aditi.
But there was nothing special in this movie that made it do even a little at the box office.
Let us tell you that this movie did not even cross the landmark of 1 crore at the box office and this movie is among the biggest flops of Arshad Warsi to date.
Mr. Joe B. Carvalho
Mr. Joe B. Carvalho was directed by Sameer Tiwari in 2014 and this picture was released in theaters in 2014.
In this picture, Soha Ali Khan, Saif Ali Khan’s sister, plays the character of a police officer.
The film is a comedy in which Arshad Warsi plays the role of a detective and a businessman gives him a project to find his missing daughter.
During this, Arshad meets his old girlfriend Soha Ali Khan who is searching for an international criminal.
The budget of this picture was around Rs 17 crores and earned only Rs 3 crores at the box office. This picture was also included in Arshad Warsi’s flop movies.
Mr. Black Mr. White
Mr. Black Mr. White movie was directed by Deepak Shivdasani in 2008, it had Arshad Warsi and Sunil Shetty in the lead roles.
Sunil Shetty’s character’s name was Gopi in this movie and Arshad Warsi’s character was Kishan.
The story is based on two friends, one named Gopi and the other named Kishan. Gopi comes to his village in search of his childhood friend Krishna, but Kishan is a big cheater.
Any other Kishan meets three girls who have committed theft but its exam falls on both of them, this is the story of this picture.
Rs 11 crores were spent in making this picture but it was able to earn only between Rs 3.30 to Rs 4 crores.
Rabba Main Kya Karoon
In 2013, Amrit Sagar’s film could not live up to its expectations at all.
This picture had stars like Arshad Warsi, Paresh Rawal, Tahira Kochhar, Dinnu Anand, Riya Sen, and Raj Babbar.
This was a comedy movie which cost Rs 11 crores to make but you are surprised to know that this film could not earn even Rs 2 crores at the box office.
The film Fraud Saiya, directed by Saurabh Srivastava, was produced by Prakash Jha in 2019.
This film was a romantic comedy which could not leave any impression in the hearts of the audience.
The budget of this movie was Rs 15 crores and this movie could not earn even Rs 80 lakhs at the box office.
If we say that Fraud Saiya is Arshad Warsi’s biggest flop to date, then nothing will be wrong with it.
The movie Zila Ghaziabad was released in theaters in 2013 and was directed by Anand Kumar.
Harshad Warsi was in the lead role in this. The story of this film is about a gang war taking place in Ghaziabad city.
This movie is based on the fight between two gangs. In one gang, Satbir(Vivek Oberoi) is the leader and in the other gang, Fauji is the leader. Arshad Warsi has played the role of Fauji in the movie. Sanjay Dutt played the role of police officer.
If we talk about the budget of this movie, this movie was made for Rs 36 crore and the movie got less at the box office of only Rs 21 crore 29 lakhs.
If we compare it with Arshad Warsi’s movie, then still this movie was able to do somewhat good work at the box office, although the movie was at a loss.
The 1998 film Hero Hindustani, made by Aziz Sejawal, did well in terms of earnings, but this movie was not liked so much that it could be considered a hit.
The budget of this romantic comedy movie was Rs 2 crore 75 lakh and this movie earned Rs 3 crore 30 lakh, but still this movie is kept in the category of flop movie.
Kuchh Meetha Ho Jaye
In 2005, Kuchh Meetha Ho Jaaye, directed by Samar Khan, was a flop.
Arshad Warsi was in the lead role in this. The story of Kuch Meetha Ho Jaaye was very simple. There is a whole group of travelers.
During the journey, the plane stops somewhere due to some technical fault and then they all share their problems.
This was a low-budget movie that was made for Rs 4 crore but it earned up to Rs 1 crore 50 lakh at the box office and it came in the category of a flop movie.
Ek Se Bure Do
This comedy movie by Rajpal Yadav and Arshad Warsi, released in 2009, did not do well at the box office.
The director of this movie was Tarique Khan and it was produced by Suresh Bhagat. The budget of this film was Rs 6 crore but was not able to earn even Rs 1 crore at the box office.
This film is one of the biggest flop films of Arshad Warsi.
We have also mentioned in this article 10 movies which are the worst flopped of Harshad Warsi.
These films completely shattered Arshad Warsi’s dream of being a lead actor. Today Arshad Warsi is not given a lead role in any film in Bollywood and also works as a supporting actor.
However, if we talk about the supporting role of Arshad Warsi, he is a good actor and he has played good characters in many big films.
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