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11 Bollywood movies which had the cheesiest titles


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Bollywood movies sometime do a lot of things which might not make sense entirely. From really cringe worthy plot twists to unnecessary dance sequences but nothing takes the cake like the names of some movies. Bollywood directors and producers have come up with a few movie names that prove to be absolute gems. While some of the names at least give us a hint about something about the movie or the character in it, but there are others which just leave us simply confused regarding what the movie will be about. Remember that phase we went through in the 90s? Where Bollywood movie titles were being accompanied with the no.1 tag? Well, if you thought that Biwi No.1 and Jodi No.1 tickled your funny bones then you are in for a treat! Below we list some movies which have the wackiest titles that you will ever come across:

1.Bhediyon ka Samooh

Indian Version of Twilight? Not so much. This film is about a son who is taught to accept bribes from his father (serious parenting goals right there) in order to lead a better life. 

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2.Sone Ka Dil Lohe Ke Haath

So this is where Sunny Deol found the inspiration for his famous “Dhai Kilo Ka Haath” dialogue. 

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3.Ghar Mein Ho Sali To Pura Saal Diwali

Please trust us! This is not made up, you can search it for yourself.

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4.Jal Bin Machhli Nritya Bin Bijli

Hands down, one of the best tongue twister we have ever come across.

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5.Allah Meharban Toh Gadha Pahelwan

What do you do when you run out of names? Use some Hindi Mediums

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6.Andheri Raat Mein Diya Tere Haath Mein

Well, we guess the tittle does speak for itself here. 

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7.Dhoti Lota Aur Chowpatty

Because that is exactly what beaches are for, right?

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8.Bandook Dahej Ke Seene Par 

Wait, Bandook where?

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9.Raja Rani Ko Chahiya Paseena

We are feeling the heat too!

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10.Mehandi Ban Gayi Khoon

That escalated rather quickly!

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11.Test-tube Baby

No, This isn’t a documentary. 

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Bollywood movies sometime do a lot of things which might not make sense entirely. From really cringe worthy plot twists to unnecessary dance sequences but nothing takes the cake like the names of some movies. Bollywood directors and producers have come up with a few movie names that prove to be absolute gems. While some of the names at least give us a hint about something about the movie or the character in it, but there are others which just leave us simply confused regarding what the movie will be about. Remember that phase we went through in the 90s? Where Bollywood movie titles were being accompanied with the no.1 tag? Well, if you thought that Biwi No.1 and Jodi No.1 tickled your funny bones then you are in for a treat! Below we list some movies which have the wackiest titles that you will ever come across:

1.Bhediyon ka Samooh

Indian Version of Twilight? Not so much. This film is about a son who is taught to accept bribes from his father (serious parenting goals right there) in order to lead a better life. 

Filmfare

2.Sone Ka Dil Lohe Ke Haath

So this is where Sunny Deol found the inspiration for his famous “Dhai Kilo Ka Haath” dialogue. 

Filmfare

3.Ghar Mein Ho Sali To Pura Saal Diwali

Please trust us! This is not made up, you can search it for yourself.

Filmfare

4.Jal Bin Machhli Nritya Bin Bijli

Hands down, one of the best tongue twister we have ever come across.

Filmfare

5.Allah Meharban Toh Gadha Pahelwan

What do you do when you run out of names? Use some Hindi Mediums

Filmfare

6.Andheri Raat Mein Diya Tere Haath Mein

Well, we guess the tittle does speak for itself here. 

Filmfare

7.Dhoti Lota Aur Chowpatty

Because that is exactly what beaches are for, right?

Filmfare

8.Bandook Dahej Ke Seene Par 

Wait, Bandook where?

Filmfare

9.Raja Rani Ko Chahiya Paseena

We are feeling the heat too!

Filmfare

10.Mehandi Ban Gayi Khoon

That escalated rather quickly!

Filmfare

11.Test-tube Baby

No, This isn’t a documentary. 

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