The GHANTA awards 2016 are here!

The 6th Annual Ghanta Awards is back to avenge the brain damage that bad movies caused to audiences! The hilarious and wacky Ghanta Awards has been received very well by the film fraternity and audiences alike, in the past 5 years. 

The Ghantas is back for the 6th consecutive year to appreciate and acknowledge the lesser than good stuff in Bollywood. INvision Entertainment Pvt ltd is all set to etch the ‘wall of shame’ with Bollywood’s popular as well as not so celebrated names. The much awaited award night unfolds on May 15th, 2016 at J.W. Marriott, Sahar, Mumbai.

The pun-packed ‘Ghanta Awards’ is a live show fuelled by online voting by the audience. A panel of witty and distinguished judges along with the exciting online voting system recognises the worst of Bollywood every year.

The audience gets to vote 14 categories representing the worst of Bollywood. Online voting goes on till the eve of the grand night. Categories including Worst Actor, Worst Film, Worst Director, Wtf Was That and many more give the audience the satisfaction of expressing their regret for watching this stuff, all in good humour ofcourse!

We bring to you the entire nomination list of the Ghanta Awards. Here’s the nomination for Ghanta Awards 2016:

1. Worst Film

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2. Worst Actor

Ritesh Deshmukh- Bangistan, Arjun Rampal- Roy, SRK- Dilwale, Ranbir Kapoor- Bombay Velvett, Arjun Kapoor- Tevar

3. Worst Actress

Anushka Sharma – Bombay Velvet, Aishwarya Rai – Jazbaa, Sunny Leone – Ek Paheli Leela/ Kuch kuch losga hai, Sonam Kapoor- Prem Ratan Dhan Paayo/Dolly Ki Doli, Sonakshi Sinha- Tevar

4. Worst Debut

Athiya Shetty – Hero, Sooraj Pancholi – Hero, Kapil Sharma – Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon, Karan Singh Grover- Hate Story 3/Alone, Mandana Karimi- Bhaag Johnny

5. Worst Couple

Anil Kapoor- Nana Patekar in Welcome Back, Bipasha one- Bipasha two in Alone, Karan Johar- Ranbir Kapoor in Bombay Velvet (Karan’s character has a strong gay undertone), Sonam Kapoor- Varun Sharma in Dolly ki Doli, Amitabh-Dhanush in Shamitabh

Other categories include:

Worst Director

  • Rohit Shetty – Dilwale
  • Vikas Bahl – Shaandaar
  • Karan Malhotra – Brothers
  • Mohit Suri- Humari Adhoori Kahani
  • Vikramjeet Singh- Roy

Worst Song

  • Ke dil kare chu cha chu cha – Singh is Bliing
  • Paani Waala Dance- Kuch Kuch Locha hai
  • Banno Tera Sweater (Swagger)
  • Daddy Mummy – Bhaag Johnny
  • Prem Ratan Dhan Paayo- Title Track

Worst Supporting Actor

  • Varun Dhawan – Dilwale
  • Pulkit Samrat- Bangistan/Dolly ki doli
  • Jackky Bhagnani- Welcome to Karachi
  • Manadana Karimi- Bhaag Jonny

WTF Was That! 

  • Guddu ki Gun
  • Dil Dhadakne Do Dog Narration (Aamir Khan)
  • Kattapa ne Bahubali ko kyu maara?
  • Ranbanka (Manish Paul and Ravi Kishan)
  • Shamitabh

Worst Miscasting

  • Sunny Deol in I love NY as a eligible bachelor
  • Karan Johar as Gangster in Bombay Velvet
  • Emraan Hashmi as an Invisible Man in Mr X
  • Ajay Devgn as an Intelligent Family Man in Drishyam
  • Jacqueline Fernandes as a Filmmaker in Roy

Most Controversial Controversy

  • Anushka Sharma blamed for Virat Kohli poor performance, and he replying back
  • Spectre Kissing scene edited for Indian viewership (Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan!)
  • Kangana calling Hritik her “silly ex” and everything that followed

Worst Brand Endorsement

  • Farhan Akhtar- Nutrilite (baba ramdev for amway)
  • Saif Ali Khan- Amul Macho (mannequin dancing better than him)
  • Priyanka Chopra for Bollywood in Hollywood/Silver Pearls (Rajnigandha)
  • Ranveer Singh for Durex/Rupa
  • SRK – Frooti (Suck It/Lick It)

Shit Nobody Saw

  • Hawaizaada
  • Mr. X
  • Welcome to Karachi
  • All is well
  • Hunterrr
  • Ab Tak Chappan 2
  • Hamari Adhuri Kahani

The Ghanta Tweet of the year 

  • Sunil Grover
  • Rishi Kapoor
  • Abhishek Bachchan
  • Hritik Roshan

There you have it, the best out of the worst. So go ahead and vote for your worst at Ghanta Awards. and may the worst/best win 🙂


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