While 2021 brought some of the best movies of all times with it, there were surely many misses when it came to Bollywoood releases. Here are 10 of the worst rated Bollywood movies of 2021 according to IMDb, that you would surely love to miss.

1. Radhe - 1.8

Selmon Bhai+Action film=Don't watch list. This film is actually Bhai's lowest IMDb rated film so far.

Radhe
Source: Hindustan Times

2. Time to Dance- 1.8

Bad performances, worse storyline and an awful screenplay would describe the film. Period.

Time To Dance
Source: India TV News

3. Hungama 2 - 2.1

While the original Hungama released in 2003 has an IMDb rating of 7.6, Hungama 2 surely didn't vibe with the audience. Even a cast including Paresh Rawal, Rajpal Yadav and Johnny Lever, who are considered the stars of comedy, could save the movie.  

Hungama 2
Source: Hindustan Times

4. Lahore Confidential - 2.8

One of the two Richa Chadha films on this list, this supposed spy-thriller had no thrills to offer. Chadha should have made better choices this year.

Lahore Confidential
Source: The Hindu

5. 12 'O' Clock - 3.2

A horror flick starring Mithun Chakraborty, it was one of the first releases of this year and literally bara hi baja diye.

12 o'clock
Source: National Herald

6. Koi Jaane Na - 3.7

The plot of the film was unnecessarily complicated and didn't reach the viewers as it was supposed to. With Kunal Kapoor and Amyra Dastur in the lead roles, this crime-thriller killed the mood (pun-intended).

Koi Jaane Na
Source: Times of India

7. Roohi - 4.3

This horror-comedy starring Rajkummar Rao, Janhvi Kapoor and Varun Sharma received rather negative reviews due to its convoluted plotline.

Roohi
Source: Hindustan Times

8. Saina - 4.3

A biographical sports film starring Parineeti Chopra, this film was based on the life of badminton player Saina Nehwal, and received average, mixed reviews.

Saina
Source: India TV News

9. The Girl on the Train - 4.4

The promos and teasers of the Netflix film surely got our hopes up, but this Parineeti Chopra starrer based on Paula Hawkin's novel of the same name left the station and no one tried to chase it.

The Girl On the train
Source: The Quint

10. Madam Chief Minister - 4.7

Although Richa Chadha is an incredible actor, her charms couldn't work in this film, loosely based on what happens when a woman enters politics and all.

Madam Chief Minister
Source: Times of India

Did we miss any?