The 7th edition of the Annual Golden Kela Awards ceremony was held at India Habitat Centre, Mumbai on March 14, where it honored the worst in Indian cinema in a lighter vein. Have a look at the winners who walked away with the Golden Kela Award trophies. Have a look!!

Golden Kela Awards 2015
Golden Kela Awards 2015

Golden Kela Awards 2015 Winners

  • Worst Actor : Ajun Kapoor for “Gunday”
  • Worst Actress : Sonakshi Sinha for “Action Jackson, Lingaa & Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty”
  • Worst Film : Humshakals
  • Worst Director : Prabhu Deva for “Action Jackson”
  • Worst Debut : Tiger Shroff for “Heropanti”
  • Irritating Song : Blue Hai Paani Paani from “Yaariyan”
  • Bas Kijiye Bahut Ho Gaya Award : Yo Yo Honey Singh
  • Most Atrocious Lyrics : Shabbir Ahmed for “Ice Cream” from “The Xpose”
  • Baawra Ho Gaya Hai Ke Award : Abhishek Sharma for “The Shaukeens”
  • RGV Ki Aag Award for the Most Pointless Remake / Sequel : Hrithik Roshan’s “Bang Bang”
  • Why Are You Still Trying : Sonam Kapoor for Everything she did

Special Awards

  • “PK” won Fanaa Award for Most Pointlessly Controversial Film
  • Shah Rukh Khan won Jaddo Award for his role as alien in “Happy New Year”
  • Priyanka Chopra won Dara Singh Award for Worst Accent in “Mary Kom”
  • “6-5=2” movie won Khooni Dracula Award
  • “Action Jackson” won Shakti Kapoor Award for misogyny in a film

About The Golden Kela Awards

The Golden Kela Awards, like Hollywood’s Golden Raspberry Awards are a satirical take on Bollywood that award the worst performances in Hindi cinema each year.[2] Created by Random Magazine, winners are selected each year by an online poll and receive an award in the shape of a golden banana (kela in Hindi). The first award ceremony took place on 7 March 2009 in New Delhi (India). The fifth award ceremony was held on March 30, 2013. Late Jaspal Bhatti made a special appearance at the inaugural event, dishonoring the Indian film talent of the year 2008. The intention behind the Golden Kela is to ridicule the Hindi film stars and acknowledge the worst of Indian Cinema. Since, several award ceremonies each year celebrate the best of Hindi Cinema, Random Magazine and the Sundaas Film Institute chose to be different by giving away the Best of the Worst of Indian Cinema. Golden Kela Awards are not meant to insult anyone. It is just a way to make it a laughter exercise, a therapy of sorts to forget about the failures and look at what went wrong with the movie and the act. Abhishek Bachchan came to the Golden Kela Awards in 2010 and accepted the Dara Singh Award for his attempt to speak with an American accent in Delhi.

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