Kareena Kapoor and Kambakht Ishq win awards for worst of Bollywood in 2009

NEW DELHI: ‘Kambakkht Ishq’ which starred some Hollywood personalities, has been voted the worst film of 2010, wits its heroine Kareena Kapoor being voted the worst actor in the Second Annual Golden Kela Awards held over the weekend.

Actor Harman Baweja and director Ashutosh Gowariker won the worst awards in their respective categories for the film “What’s Your Rashi”.

Interestingly, Hollywood stars Sylvester Stallone and Denise Richards won the ‘Bawra Ho Gaya Hai Ke’ award for ‘Kambakkht Ishq’. The avant garde filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar won the ‘Bas Kijiye Bahut Ho Gaya Award‘, asking him to stop making films.

The Golden Kela Awards are generally patterned on the Razzies, the awards for the worst of Hollywood. About 3,00,000 people voted online for their ‘favourites‘ this year.

But the main attraction of the evening was Chief Guest Cyrus Broacha, who was awarded the Cyrus Broacha Memorial Award, on which he said, "It‘s great, I‘m thrilled ...I hope to win this award every year ".

Rani Mukerji and Shahid Kapoor won the worst pair award for ‘Dil Bole Hadippa’, which also won the awards for the most ‘Original‘ Story as it is based on “She‘s the Man”.

The Worst Supporting Male and female actor awards went to Ranvir Shorey and Deepika Padukone (in her role as ‘Meow Meow’) in ‘Chandni Chowk to China’, which also won the Insensitivity Award. 

Jackie Bhagnani in ‘Kal Kissne Dekha’ and Shruti Haasan in ‘Luck’ won the world newcomer awards for male and female respectively.

The Most Irritating Song was ‘Love mera hit hit’ (Billu) while the most Atrocious Lyrics were ‘Love me love me’ (Wanted).

The Lajja Award for Worst Treatment of a Serious Issue went to Kabir Khan and Aditya Chopra for ‘New York’. The Dara Singh Award for Worst Accent was given to Abhishek Bachchan for ‘Dilli 6’, while his starrer with father Amitabh Bachchan got the Black Award for Emotional Blackmail.

Taran Adarsh was named for the Critic‘s Award, while Fox got the award for ‘When Did This Come Out’.

Reacting to his award on twitter, Abhishek said "Another milestone in my career. I won the golden kela award 4 worst accent in Delhi 6. Chalo at least delhi 6 won something. I‘m overjoyed!!"

John Wilson, Founder / Head RAZZberry of the Razzies, said: "If our having given Sylvester Stallone 30 nominations and 10 statuettes in the course of our history, and also having awarded Denise Richards a Worst Supporting Actress dis-honor for ‘The world is not enough’ played a part in the two of them sneaking off to India to continue their bad film-making careers, please accept our most sincere apologies. Our intentions were for Stallone and Richards to be punished -- not Indian movie-goers!"

Jatin Varma, Organizer of the Golden Kelas, said: “More and more people are joining our ranks every year to get back at Bollywood. This year, 300,000 people voted. Next year we hope to touch the 3 billion mark set by 3 Idiots.”

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