Ghanta Awards 2015 Winners

We have seen the likes of many award ceremonies acknowledging the best work in Bollywood but the worst in the business is rarely highlighted in a ceremonial. For the same, The Ghanta Awards comes in as an award presented in recognition of the worst in Bollywood. Founded by Prashant Rajkhowa and Karan Anshuman in 2010, the annual Ghanta Awards ceremony in Mumbai takes place about the same time as other major Bollywood awards.

The Ghanta Awards is a live show shaped by online voting by the audience. The public can vote on 13 worst of categories.

This year the award show was attended by Arshad Warsi, Shruti Sheth, Archana Puran Singh, Parmeet Sethi, Mini Mathur, Vikrant Massey and VJ Bani and others.

Here are the Ghanta Awards 2015 Winners :-

Worst Film: Humshakals

Worst Director: Farah Khan for ‘Happy New Year’

Worst Actor: Saif Ali Khan, Ram Kapoor and Riteish Deshmukh for “Humshakals”

Worst Actress: Sonakshi Sinha for “Holiday” and “Action Jackson”

Worst Case of Miscasting: Sonam Kapoor for “Khoobsurat”

WTF was That! : Ajay Devgn’s genitals being a good luck charm in ‘Action Jackson’

Worst Couple: Arjun Kapoor and Ranveer Singh in ‘Gunday’

Worst Supporting Role: Kamaal R Khan or KRK for ‘Ek Villain’

Most Controversial Controversy: TOI and Deepika Padukone for Cleavage Gate!

Worst Debut: Mika Singh and Shaan in ‘Balwinder Singh Famous Ho Gaya’

Anything But Sexy: Sonakshi Sinha as a Boxer in ‘Holiday’

Shit Nobody Saw: Dishkiyaoon

Worst Song: Himesh Reshamya for ‘Icecream Khaungi’ from The Xposé

Worst Brand Endorsement: Vivek Oberoi for Swacch Bharat Campaign

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Ghanta Awards 2015 Nominations

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