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    Biggest flop TV shows of 2014



    While the year saw many hit and interesting, there were no dearth of flops either. From uninteresting plots to performing below expectations, there were a number of a flops in 2014. Here's our list...take a look:

    Itti Si Khushi (Sony TV):

    This modern-day love story started off on the right note, but failed to live up to our expectations. The plot and the lead pair of Anuj Sachdeva and Smriti Kalra tried to add freshness to the show, but it surely did not work out well.

    Yudh ( Sony TV):

    Amitabh Bachchan's small screen debut garnered a lot of attention. With Big B at the helm of things, we expected the thrilling miniseries to be a hit, but it flopped miserably. Borrowed heavily from American series 'Boss', the show failed to recreate the magic of the original.

    Desh Ki Beti Nandini (Sony TV):

    It started off as a promising political satire, which showed us the ins and outs of a powerful family. But when a middle class girl 'Nandini' entered the household as their 'bahu', the show took a drastic turn.

    Airlines (Star Plus):

    Despite a promising premise, the show couldn't take off at all. The new-age love story of pilots is a massive flop as Indian audiences cannot understand the concept of the show. Even former Bollywood actress Tulip Joshi couldn't keep the interest up.

    Bh Se Bhade ( Zee TV):

    The show dealt with the supernatural powers of a man called 'Bhade' who can heal anybody. He could do just about anything and nobody knew how he got his powers. The show, based on a Marathi short story, failed to interest us.

    Baawre (Life OK):

    The show didn't do well for the simple reason that the plot was a tried and tested one. Protagonists first hate each other before falling head over heels in love with each other. Yawn.

    Nadaan Parinde Ghar Aaja (Life OK):

    Based on an Army man's life and chronicles, the show explored the bond between brothers, lovers and extended families. While the show looked promising in the beginning, it was a miserable flop within weeks of being aired.

    Chandrakant Chiplunkar Seedi Bambawala (SAB TV):

    The story of a fireman who sets out to help others looked like a good and interesting plot, but it did not live up to the expectations of the audiences.

    PS I Hate You (Channel V):

    The story of two sisters and their mutual hate for each other did not cut with us at all. We are a country of 'sibling love', after all. But kudos to the channel for at least trying something different.

    Dare 2 Date (Channel V):

    The first edition of this dating show saw varied people come to the show to try to hook up with someone on the show. While their antics were exciting in the beginning, it turned out to be rather boring during this season.

    Khushiyon Ki Gullakh Aashi ( Sony Pal):

    The show dealt with something unique as 'adopting parents', but that did not go down well with the audiences.

    Pia Basanti Re ( Sony Pal):

    The story was about an aspiring footballer who is supported in her endeavour by his maid's daughter.

    Rangrasiya (Colors):

    The show that made a star out of Aashish Sharma did nothing for the audiences actually. It was promoted extensively, but the weak plot and average acting spoiled the show for us.

    Mad In India (Star Plus):

    Sunil Grover tried to recreate his 'Gutthi' act on this comedy show, but it fell flat. Despite good comedy, the show couldn't replace Comedy Nights With Kapil.

    Gangs Of Hassepur (Zee TV):

    The show promised a variety of elements. From stand-up acts to Kavi Sammelan, the show had a lot of potential. Despite former famous comedians on the show, it failed to capture our imagination.
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