5 films that prove Sonam Kapoor is a pathetic actress with a big mouth

Sonam Kapoor is the fashion star of Bollywood. The actress is known for her staunch views and bold perceptions that get her in trouble many times. She never refrains from speaking what’s on her mind and is believed to be a feminist. The Neerja fame has garnered immense media attention for her controversial statements and stance over other celebrities.

The actress has done many films in the Bollywood industry, though only a few have made it to the hit list. Let’s have a look at the five films that prove her inadequate acting skills.


1. Saawariya (2007)

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Sonam Kapoor began her career by becoming an assistant director on Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s 2005 film Black. Following that, the actress made her debut in the Hindi cinema with Sanjay Leela’s Saawariya in 2007 alongside Ranbir Kapoor. The film was a box office flop.

2. Thank You (2011)

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Thank You is yet another flop film which didn’t do well at the box office. The film was similar to No Entry. Akshay Kumar, who was at the peak of his career at that time also faced a severe failure and Sonam’s presence in the film was dire.

3. Mausam (2011)

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Sonam’s initial films couldn’t connect with the audience. In Mausam film, she was cast opposite Shahid Kapoor. Though the film had an amazing music album, it was a flop.

4. Players (2012)

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Players had a star-studded cast including Bobby Deol, Abhishek Bachchan, Sonam Kapoor, Neil Nitin Mukesh, Bipasha Basu, Sikandar Kher and many more. The movie was based on The Italian Job. Ever since the announcement of the film, it was highly anticipated by the audience. However, it turned out to be a complete failure.

5. Bewakoofiyaan (2014)

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Bewakoofiyaan has to be the biggest flop for Sonam Kapoor and Ayushman Khurrana. Directed by Nupur Asthana, the movie turned out to be a major failure. The film’s storyline and screenplay were inadequate and couldn’t possibly deliver the message.