Sonakshi Sinha was today declared the worst actress at the 7th Golden Kela Awards for her performances in “Action Jackson”, “Lingaa” and “Holiday”.
Golden Kela Awards is an Indian version of Golden Raspberry Awards and honours the worst in Bollywood in a lighter vein.
The 27-year-old actress beat Katrina Kaif, Sonam Kapoor, Tamannah Bhatia and Jacqueline Fernandes to bag the award. Sonakshi won the title last year for “R...Rajkumar” and in 2013 for everything she did.
Arjun Kapoor was bestowed with the worst actor (Male) award for “Gunday” and everything else. Saif Ali Khan-starrer comedy “Humshakals” was named the worst film, while the worst director title went to Prabhu Deva for “Action Jackson”.
Tiger Shroff was accredited with the worst debut award for his performance in “Heropanti”.
Musician Yo Yo Honey Singh was chosen for the ‘bas kijiye bahut ho gaya’ award while his composition “Blue Hai Paani Paani” from “Yaariyan” got the most irritating song award.
Hrithik Roshan’s “Bang Bang!” was chosen for the RGV Ki Aag award for the most pointless remake/sequel.
The “Ice Cream” song from “Xpose” got Shabbir Ahmed the most atrocious lyrics award.
The ‘baawra ho gaya hai ke’ award went to director Abhishek Sharma for “The Shaukeens”.
“I am extremely excited to win the Baawra Award, as Golden Kela Awards are the only awards worth winning in this industry that celebrates mediocrity like no other film industry in the world. Proud to be one of the baawras of Bollywood!” Abhishek said.
Sonam won the ‘why are you still trying’ award. In the special awards category, “PK” won the fanaa award for most pointlessly controversial film.
Superstar Shah Rukh Khan bagged the ‘jadoo’ award for most convincing looking alien in “Happy New Year”.
Actress Priyanka Chopra won the Dara Singh award for the worst accent in “Mary Kom”. Shakti Kapoor award for misogyny in a film went to “Action Jackson”.
Horror film “6-5 = 2”, remake of a Kannada movie of the same name, was chosen for the ‘khooni Dracula’ award for most creatively named horror film.
Jatin Varma, Founder, Golden Kela Awards, said, “We obviously do not wish to hurt any sentiments with these awards! We only hope that those who receive the awards take it in jest and look forward to creating a better experience for their fans!”