We all know that most of Abhishek Bachchan’s films are bad. Some of them are good like Yuva and Guru, but they are few in number. From Dhai Akshar Prem Ke to Khelein Hum Jee Jaan Se, AB Jr.’s films have often caused migraine like headaches in people who were daft enough to buy a ticket for these films.
Even in terms of dance, Abhishek Bachchan is one of the worst. His tracks in Jhoom Barabar Jhoom like Ticket To Hollywood are so bad, that you feel like tearing your eyelashes out. His feet isn’t swift, his hands are all over the place, and we feel sad that so much money is wasted on producing something with such a bad center of attraction.
But since it’s Abhishek’s birthday today, we’ll list some other actors whose dancing skills were just as bad.
Along with Abhishek Bachchan, Zayed did Dus Bahaane where both of them brought their dancing C-Game on. The song and the steps became a hit, not because they were great, but because the song was somewhat peppy.
Not only was he a terrible actor, he was a bad dancer as well. But you won’t believe it, Uday Chopra is actually good at something — which is producing films.
His tweets are just as bad, and we really think he was intoxicated while he posted them.
Don’t get us wrong, even though Vivek Oberoi did more than his fair share of horrendous films, he did do a few good ones – like Saathiya, Company and Shootout at Lokhandwala. That said, he was always a terrible dancer who had way too much arrogance than was necessary. For example, check out the Ae Ganpat number. It’s not like he has two left feet, but he just has this Over The Top attitude while dancing that we despise.
Aftab Shivdasani – the name itself is bound to make you wonder about how this man managed to do so many films before fizzling out for good. As a dancer, Aftab always brought his C-Game on, and it’s very apparent from the song embedded above where he shakes a leg with our next entrant in this hall of shame – Tusshar Kapoor.
Just look at his dance moves in the Nikamma Kiya Iss Dil Ne song, and we don’t need to say anything more. Not like we are in a situation to, after enduring the torture.