All the films are never prone to perfection, but if a flick directed by seasoned filmmaker and miss out on logic, it could tarnish burgeoning fame of the movie.
You may have watched a ton of films and also found out some silly mistakes in scenes that were so elaborately performed in films.
Here are some bloopers in popular Bollywood flicks that majority of the viewers may not have notices.
Kareena’s secret appearance in KNPH
Kareena Kapoor Khan made a surprising revelation in a media interview. Did you know the actress had a secret cameo in ‘Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai’? For the uninitiated, Kareena Kapoor Khan was supposed to make her Bollywood debut opposite Hrithik Roshan in ‘Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai’. The actress had even started shooting for the film. Kareena, however, walked out of the film as she thought it focused more on Hrithik than on the female lead, and made her debut in ‘Refugee’ instead.
In an interview, Kareena was quoted as saying, “My first shot was for Rakesh Roshan in Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai. And it’s still there in the film! It’s there â behind the rock, there’s a scene in a blue sweater and jeans. That’s me, not Ameesha.”
Aamir fell short in perfectionism at one point in Dhoom 3
Samar catches Sahil’s right hand at first, and when they fall, he is shown catching Sahil’s left hand. Are they putting up a circus performance mid-air? Well, some may think it was not expected of Aamir Khan. But, we must not forget a popular saying ‘to err is human’
Hilarious blunder in Rockstar
In the beginning of the song ‘Sadda Haq’, several newspaper clippings are shown about the controversies of Jordan (Ranbir Kapoor). Although the makers changed the headlines, they did not alter the story.
The first clipping is an article on the 2011 India vs Pakistan World Cup semi-final, while the second clipping is a piece on ‘Jab Tak Hai Jaan’ starring Shah Rukh Khan and Katrina Kaif that released in 2012. LOL moment.
‘Heyy Babyy’… did you notice that?
In the scene where Akshay Kumar is shopping for diaper, notice the colour of the baby’s clothes in the background. First it’s blue, then white, and then it’s back to blue again!
When Raghu (Varun Dhawan) throws a wine bottle, there are stains all over the wall and the painting. However, in the next shot, the stains disappear. The magic shoot.
Sanjay Singhania’s diary for 2005 changes from black to brown and back to black again when it changes hands from Inspector (Riyaz Khan) to Sunita (Jiah Khan) and back to Sanjay Singhania (Aamir Khan)
‘Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge’
At one moment in the movie Raj faithfully clings on to the one set of clothes that he was wearing in Zurich, Simran traipses across Europe in a volley of different outfits conjured up from her magical portable wardrobe and paid for with special magical money. This coming from someone who supposedly lost all her belongings, including her passport, on the train. That’s Bollywood logic for you.
The climax of ‘DDLJ’ takes place at a station named ‘Apta’. But ‘Apta’ is a station near Mumbai, whereas the film is set in Punjab.
In another blunder, Simran is wearing bangles in the right hand, but moments after in the next scene, her bangles are on the left hand.
(Note Thakur’s hands)
Thakur’s hands were visible in some shots of the final fight with Gabbar in ‘Sholay.