While there's no denying that a lot of hard work and creative energy goes into the making of a film, but the following films will make you wonder if Bollywood ran out of ideas when it came to naming their labor of love-
Andheri Raat Mein Diya Tere Haath Mein
A regular feature at Dumb Charades, film titles can't get any more sly than this! Forget something as inconsequential as a plot or a story, this film became popular owing to its use of double-meaning dialogues.
Guru Suleman Chela Pahelwan
Are we sure that makers of this 'film' didn't just make everything up along the way including the title? Laced with truly iconic dialogue and terrific performances, we aren't sure why this wasn't nominated for Oscars.
Bhediyon Ka Samooh
Woah! We can't imagine the transgression committed by naming your movie 'a pack of wolves'. Starring ACP Pradyuman himself, this movie will teach how bribery is cool unless you run into bad people. A truly inspiring message for all!
Do Ladke Dono Kadke
We truly applaud the genius that went behind such a profound title! Amol Palekar often starred in smart comedies, but one can't help but question his choices over this gem of a film.
Sasti Dulhan Mahenga Dulha
You don't have to be a rocket scientist to see this hasn't aged well and in this era of #MeToo will not fly well with the audience. The poster alone makes us cringe unbearably.
Kuku Mathur Ki Jhand Ho Gayi
Adding 'Jhand' (insult) to the title of your movie doesn't make it funny and here too, it backfires massively as the joke is on the makers of this film.
Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola
Did we REALLY need the title to be this big? Maybe it was the filmmaker compensating for the lack of smooth, cohesive narrative.
Cleverly styled as an acronym for covering up a scam, this ended up being the metaphor of how the poor audience felt after watching the movie.
All subtleties were lost with 'Kaminey' in terms of the title and the plot. Shahid Kapoor played twins in this demented, foul-mouthed crime caper.
The English translation will tell you that a 'chhichora' is someone who doesn't have a serious attitude, well reflected in the trailer of Nitesh Tiwari's upcoming carefree college-comedy 'Chhichhore'.