Dilwale receives Kela Award

Dilwale receives Kela Award

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The magic of Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol seemed to be below par this time around. Their film Diwale ended up in the Kela Awards 2016, winning the Worst Film Award at the eighth edition of the Golden Kela Awards. It is being said that the superstar will collect the trophy personally.

“Shah Rukh has never shied off laughing at himself. Even during the promotion of Dilwale, he did spoofs on his own film,” elaborated his friend.

Dilwale was declared the winner over other Bollywood disappointments, including Bombay Velvet, Shaandaar, Tevar and Akshay Kumar’s Singh is Bliing, at the 8th Golden Kela Awards. The event annually recognises the worst in Hindi cinemas.

Although Dilwale was declared the worst film, Salman Khan’s Prem Ratan Dhan Payo earned Sonam Kapoor the Worst Actress Award. Moreover, the film’s director, Sooraj Barjatya, took home the Worst Director Award as well as the “Bas Kijiye Bahut Ho Gaya Award.”

Actor Sooraj Pancholi might have bagged debut awards at various other award functions for his film Hero, but the Golden Kela Awards recognised him as the worst actor of the year. The 25-year-old stood behind actors like Arjun Rampal (Roy), Arjun Kapoor (Tevar) and Imran Khan (Katti Batti).

The award for the most pointless sequel or remake went to MSG 2 for including “over-the-top acting” and “irritating melodrama.” The “Baawra Ho Gaya Hai Ke Award” was earned by director Vikas Behl for his box-office dud Shaandaar.

Voters chose Prem Ratan Dhan Payo’s title track, which even brewed public rage on social media, as the most irritating song of the year, while “Birthday Bash” from Dilliwaali Zaalim Girlfriend received the most Atrocious Lyrics Award.

In addition, actor Imran Khan won the Why Are You Still Trying Award for his Kangana Ranaut starrer Katti Batti.

Like every year, there were some special awards given out by the Golden Kela team as well.

Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s national award winning film Bajirao Mastani won Manoj Kumar Award for historical accuracy. Worst Accent Award was given to Randeep Hooda for Main Aur Charles. The “Sangh Parivaar Award” went to the song “Gerua” from Dilwale, while the Shakti Kapoor Award for misogyny was bagged by Pyaar Ka Panchnama 2. Lastly, Sonakshi Sinha received What The Hell award for her single “Ishqholic.”

Dilwale receives Kela Award

Showtime Desk

The magic of Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol seemed to be below par this time around. Their film Diwale ended up in the Kela Awards 2016, winning the Worst Film Award at the eighth edition of the Golden Kela Awards. It is being said that the superstar will collect the trophy personally.

“Shah Rukh has never shied off laughing at himself. Even during the promotion of Dilwale, he did spoofs on his own film,” elaborated his friend.

Dilwale was declared the winner over other Bollywood disappointments, including Bombay Velvet, Shaandaar, Tevar and Akshay Kumar’s Singh is Bliing, at the 8th Golden Kela Awards. The event annually recognises the worst in Hindi cinemas.

Although Dilwale was declared the worst film, Salman Khan’s Prem Ratan Dhan Payo earned Sonam Kapoor the Worst Actress Award. Moreover, the film’s director, Sooraj Barjatya, took home the Worst Director Award as well as the “Bas Kijiye Bahut Ho Gaya Award.”

Actor Sooraj Pancholi might have bagged debut awards at various other award functions for his film Hero, but the Golden Kela Awards recognised him as the worst actor of the year. The 25-year-old stood behind actors like Arjun Rampal (Roy), Arjun Kapoor (Tevar) and Imran Khan (Katti Batti).

The award for the most pointless sequel or remake went to MSG 2 for including “over-the-top acting” and “irritating melodrama.” The “Baawra Ho Gaya Hai Ke Award” was earned by director Vikas Behl for his box-office dud Shaandaar.

Voters chose Prem Ratan Dhan Payo’s title track, which even brewed public rage on social media, as the most irritating song of the year, while “Birthday Bash” from Dilliwaali Zaalim Girlfriend received the most Atrocious Lyrics Award.

In addition, actor Imran Khan won the Why Are You Still Trying Award for his Kangana Ranaut starrer Katti Batti.

Like every year, there were some special awards given out by the Golden Kela team as well.

Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s national award winning film Bajirao Mastani won Manoj Kumar Award for historical accuracy. Worst Accent Award was given to Randeep Hooda for Main Aur Charles. The “Sangh Parivaar Award” went to the song “Gerua” from Dilwale, while the Shakti Kapoor Award for misogyny was bagged by Pyaar Ka Panchnama 2. Lastly, Sonakshi Sinha received What The Hell award for her single “Ishqholic.”

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