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12 Bollywood Star Kid Who Failed-Flop Star Kids

Nepotism  is often  discussed in  Bollywood  , with newcomers complaining that people belonging to the family of stars are pushed forward. There is some truth in this,  there have been many legendary stars who launched their son through their production films, but it remains to be seen how many of them become successful stars? 

 In fact, star kids can be helped to get launched in Bollywood, but  the shaping of the career has to be done by the star kid himself. It has been proved that no star father can make a son a superstar on his own. To really reach the height of success in Bollywood one has to live up to the expectations of the audience with good acting skills and looks.  

   Even if the first film of a star kid becomes a superhit, then it can be considered as a good start to the career, but the journey ahead depends on the acting ability, selection of films, hard work, behavior towards the crew etc. Merely belonging  to  the family of successful film stars is  not a guarantee of success  in Bollywood  .

    There have been many Bollywood stars who have achieved fame through their work, without any godfather, but their sons could not achieve the same success as them. Here we are discussing 12 such star kids who failed on the silver screen,  who despite having all the facilities,   could not do anything special in comparison to their father in Bollywood  . 

Failed Sons of Bollywood Stars (12 Flop Star Kids)

1. Sunil Anand

Sunil Anand  , the son of Evergreen superstar and famous producer-director Dev Anand,  was born in 1956. Sunil Anand , the nephew of Vijay and Chetan Anand,  joined his father’s production house Navketan Films after earning a degree in Business Administration from American University. 

   His first film was titled “Anand Aur Anand” (1984), which was produced by his father Devanand. Sunil Anand could not impress the film audience at  all, he  could not give a single hit film in his career. He has a total of 4 movies like Car Thief, Master  , which the audience never noticed. 

2. Puru Rajkumar –

 

 Bal Brahmachari ( 1996 ) was the debut film of Puru Rajkumar , son of actor Raj Kumar, known for his excellent dialogue  delivery. His real name was Pururava Pandit, changed it to Puru Rajkumar for acting career  . He has a brother named Panini  Rajkumar and sister Reality  Rajkumar.

Puru Rajkumar’s first film could not do anything special. After this he appeared in a few films like Hamara Dil Aapke Paas Hai and Umrao Jaan but could never impress the audience during his entire stint in Bollywood, while the cinema hall erupted with applause as soon as his father Rajkumar entered the screen. . 

Puru Rajkumar   was in the news in 1993   when he rammed 4 people with his car in Bandra, Mumbai in which 2 people were killed and 2 injured. In this case he had to pay compensation. Some big producers definitely announced the film about Puru Rajkumar, but those films could never be made. 

 

3. Kunal Goswami –

 

Successful actor and  veteran producer-director and writer  Manoj Kumar is known for his films full of patriotic spirit. Manoj Kumar made superhit films like Shaheed, Upkar, Purab Aur Paschim, Kranti,  he was given the nickname of Bharat Kumar. 

Manoj Kumar presented his son Kunal Goswami as a child artist in the film Kranti. After this, Kunal Goswami came as a hero with Sridevi in ​​the film “Kalakar” in 1983, whose song  Neel Nile Amber Par… was liked by music lovers due to its melodious music. 

     The film   “Do Gulab” released in the same year also  could not spoil Kunal Goswami  ‘s career. To save his sinking career,  Manoj Kumar brought him with him in the film “Jai Hind”, but this film also did not work. Thus Kunal Goswami  ‘s career remained limited to only a few films.

 

4. Kumar Gaurav –

 

There was a period in Bollywood when hero Rajendra Kumar made a flurry of successful films. He was called “Jubilee Kumar” because of his hits. Rajendra Kumar launched his son  Kumar Gaurav in the film Love Story (1981), the film’s heroine was Sulakshana Pandit’s sister Vijeta Pandit. Directed by Rahul Rawail and laced with melodious music, the film was a blockbuster hit and made  Kumar Gaurav a  youth favorite.

 

The film “Love Story”  was followed by his film Teri Kasam (1982) opposite actress Poonam Dhillon,  which was an average film at the box office. In the same year, he had a musical film “Star”, despite his famous songs, this film proved to be a flop. His other unsuccessful films are Lovers, Romance, Hum Hain Lajawaab etc. 

  To improve his career, father  Rajendra Kumar made the film “Naam” under the direction of Mahesh Bhatt, in which  Sanjay Dutt was also along with Kumar Gaurav  . Despite this film being a hit,  Kumar Gaurav did not get any benefit from it and all the credit  went to Sanjay Dutt .

 

    Later, Kumar Gaurav appeared in Mazhar Khan’s late release Gang (2000) and Sanjay Gupta’s flop Kaante (2002). Although  the list of films of Kumar Gaurav is longer than that of some other star kids, he did  not get the same success as  his father  Rajendra Kumar. Due to not being able to walk in films, he thought it appropriate to go into the business field. Kumar Gaurav  married Sanjay Dutt’s sister and Sunil Dutt’s daughter Namrata Dutt.

5. Lucky Ali –

 

Lucky Ali  is the son of famous comedian and producer-director Mehmood  . As a comedian, Mehmood has been burning in Bollywood for a long time. He used to capture the hearts of the audience as soon as he came on screen, due to which many heroes were afraid to work with him. His fee was also not less than any hero. 

Lucky Ali had a good opportunity to      make his debut as an actor  but he could not make a name in the field of acting. He acted in a few films such as Yeh Hai Zindagi (1977), Hamare Tumhare (1979) and Shyam Benegal’s Trikaal (1985) in the 1970s and 1980s. Shyam Benegal also gave him an opportunity in the television series “Bharat Ek Khoj” directed by him. 

 

After a long break from acting, he returned in Sanjay Gupta’s Kaante (2002), in which he co-starred with Amitabh Bachchan, Sanjay Dutt and Suniel Shetty. Ali also worked in the TV serial Zara Hatke. Lucky Ali is known more for songwriting, singing and his music albums than acting. 

6. Karan Kapoor –

 

Karan Kapoor, son of Bollywood’s famous Kapoor family superstar Shashi Kapoor,  was not successful in making a name for himself in the Hindi film industry. Shashi Kapoor gave many superhit films in his long film career, while   Rishi Kapoor, the cousin of Karan Kapoor and son of Raj Kapoor, was a very successful actor.

 

Karan Kapoor made  his debut with the film Junoon (1978). After this, he was seen in a few films including Dil Leke Dekho, Jaljala,  Sultanate  ( 1986 ), but was unable to make an impact on the audience. He was also a photographer and model, as a model he worked in the advertisement of Bombay Dyeing. His brother’s name is Kunal Kapoor and sister Sanjana Kapoor.

7. Fardeen Khan-

 

Fardeen Khan, the son of stylish actor and producer director Feroz Khan, was born in Mumbai in 1972. Firoz Khan had made superhit films like Dharmatma and Qurbani as a producer director. But when he  made the film Prem Aggan (1998) with his son Fardeen Khan, which was also his son’s first film, that film did not work. 

 

Talking about Fardeen Khan  ‘s films, he has only one successful film “No Entry” (2005), which is a multi-starrer. The list of other flop films is very long, it includes Jungle (2000), Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena (2005), Pyare Mohan, Bhoot, Hum Ho Gaye Aapke, Om Jai Jagdish, Janshin etc. None of his solo films could give a boost to his sinking career and  Fardeen Khan failed  to woo the Hindi film audience .

8.  Jayed Khan –

 

Feroz Khan’s brother and actor-producer-director Sanjay Khan’s son Zayed Khan  was born in 1980. Like his cousin Fardeen Khan, he too could not do anything special in Bollywood, while his father  Sanjay Khan was  the hero of many super hit films like “Ek Phool Do Mali” and “Mela” and his film “Abdullah” made about Raj Kapoor. It was also very successful. 

Zayed Khan  made his debut in 2003 with the film “Chura Liya Hai Tumne”  , his heroine in this film  was another newcomer Esha Deol. After the poor performance of this film at the box office, none of his films could do good business. Zayed Khan was in a bit of positive buzz when he did the film “Main Hoon Na” with Shah Rukh Khan. 

 

  After this he appeared in films like Shaadi Number One, Vaada, Shabd but  failed to impress the audience, most of the audience would not have even heard the name of these films. Thus  following the footsteps of his father,  Zayed Khan  tried his hand in the field of acting, but failed.

 9. Mahaakshay (Mimoh) Chakraborty (Mimoh Chakraborty ) –

 

Mahaakshay or Mimoh Chakraborty  , born in 1984,  is the son of the best dancer and  superstar Mithun Chakraborty and actress Yogita Bali  . Mithun Chakraborty was successful in winning the hearts of the audience by giving many hits in his long career. The audience expected the same  from his son Mimoh Chakraborty, but he could not live up to the expectations of the audience at all.

 

Mimoh Chakraborty  belongs to the recent generation of star kids. He started his career in 2008 with the film “Jimmy” directed by Raj Sippy, co-starring Vivana Singh, Shakti Kapoor, Rahul Dev. The film flopped badly, critics also termed Mimoh as a very bad actor. After this, Mimoh Chakraborty  acted in some films like Enemy, Loot, Haunted  , but all the films fell flat at the box office.

10. Arya Babbar –

 

 

Arya Babbar, born in 1981,  could not even touch the heights of popularity and acting earned by his father  actor Raj Babbar, he could not do anything special. Arya Babbar participated in Bigg Boss Season 8 as a contestant.  Arya Babbar started his film career in the year 2002 with the film “Ab Ke Baras”. 

 

 After this, he appeared in some films like     “Jail”, “Matru Ki Bijli Ka Mandola”, “Bangistan”, “Heer and Hero”  but failed to make an impact. Some more films were also announced about them, but some of them Couldn’t make it and some got canned 

11.   Tusshar Kapoor –

 

Son of successful social film hero Jitendra,  Tusshar Kapoor also  failed to make a mark in Bollywood  like many of his counterparts  . Whereas  there is no shortage of preparation for making her career in Bollywood  . While he assisted David Dhawan, he joined the acting school of Roshan Taneja and Mahendra Verma to learn acting. She also learned dance from Nimesh Bhatt. 

 

Tusshar Kapoor appeared in his  first film, “Mujhe Kuch Kehna Hai” (2001), opposite Kareena Kapoor, which was a remake of a hit Telugu film and did well at the box office. But after that his films kept getting beaten from the line. 

    These films are – “Kya Dil Ne Kaha”, “Jeena Only Mere Liye”, Yeh Dil (2003) and Ram Gopal Varma’s Gayab (2004). His solo films did not do well, but  Tusshar Kapoor in Rohit Shetty’s multistarrer “Golmaal” series was partially successful in grabbing the audience’s attention. 

Jitendra’s son Tusshar Kapoor may not bear the same name as his father in Bollywood but his sister Ekta Kapoor  is called the queen of television and  is a successful television serial producer. He is also a film producer, he cast him in his film “Kya Kool Hain Hum” to revive his brother’s sinking career but nothing could happen. 

12. Esha Deol –

 

The successful couple of many blockbuster movies is  Dream Girl Hema Malini and  daughter of superstar  Dharmendra – Esha Deol. Born in 1981,  Esha Deol has a sister named “Ahana”. Hema Malini’s popularity is not hidden from anyone, she is very beautiful as well as being skilled in dance. Dharmendra has been an evergreen hero and he has played a long innings in Bollywood.

Esha Deol  failed to carry forward this parental legacy. Esha made her debut in 2002 with the film “Koi Mere Dil Se Pooche” and was awarded the Filmfare Debut Award but the film proved to be a failure at the box office. 

  After this film, he did many films, but success remained away from him. The performances of films like Na Tum Jaano Na Hum, Kuch To Hai, Chura Liya Hai Tumne, Kaal did the work of taking his career to a trough instead of reaching the heights. 

   If we talk about the hit film, then we  can take the name of Yash Raj’s multistarrer film  ” Dhoom”. Esha Deol was also a part of  this film adorned with big stars  .  Later  Esha Deol also did item numbers in the films “Sunday” and “Money Hai To Honey Hai”. In 2012, she tied the knot with businessman Bharat Takhtani. 

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