‘Kick’, ‘Bang Bang’ and ‘Action Jackson’ to vie for worst films of 2014 at Golden Kela awards

NEW DELHI: While ‘Kick’ and ‘Bang Bang’ are among the nominees for the worst of Bollywood in 2014, Ajay Devgn, Sonakshi and Sonam Kapoor also feature in the nominations for the seventh annual Golden Kela Awards.

Given on the lines of the Razzies (Raspberry) awards in Hollywood, this year’s awards will be presented on 14 March in Delhi.

The nominations have been announced and Voting opens tomorrow at

Like in previous years, there will be some Special Awards other than the mainstream awards, like Bas Kijiye Bahut Ho Gaya Award, Dara Singh Award for the Worst Accent, Khooni Dracula Award for the Most Creatively Named Horror Film and the Shakti Kapoor Award for Misogyny in Film. These awards will only be announced at the official awards ceremony.

Claiming these to be the most honest and truthful awards, Golden Kela founder Jatin Varma said, “This just keeps getting better every year! Bollywood never ceases to amaze, and we at Golden Kela actually look forward to the bizarre imagination of some of our filmmakers!” 

“After having to sit through the excruciating screenings of the likes of Jai Ho, Humshakals, Action Jackson and Xpose amongst many others, we got to the fun part – having a good laugh and listing the nominations for the crappiest movies of the year!” Varma said.

Interestingly, Rani Mukherjee features in the worst actor male category for her role in Mardaani.

The nominees for the 7th Annual Golden Kela Awards:

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