Rhea Chakraborty, the actress and the girlfriend of late actor Sushant Singh Rajput, has been in the news post the death of the actor.
Rhea Chakraborty was born to a Bengali family in Bengaluru Karnataka. Her father is an officer in the Indian Army and hence she did her schooling from Army Public School. After her successful stint as a video jockey in MTV India, Rhea made her acting debut in Bollywood in a film called Mere Dad Ki Maruti. A year before in 2012, she made her Telugu debut with the film Tuneega Tuneega. In 2014, she played a character of Sonali in the film Sonali Cable. In 2018, she appeared in a film called Jalebi opposite Varun Mitra.
Here are the 7 films of Rhea Chakraborty that bombed at the box office.
Rhea Chakraborty debuted in films with this Telugu film that was directed by MS Raju. The film starred Sumanth Raju cast opposite Rhea in the lead role. The movie completely failed to impress the audience at the box office.
Mere Dad Ki Maruti
Rhea’s foray into Bollywood was a Yash Raj film called Mere Dad Ki Maruti which also starred Saqib Saleem in the lead role. The movie which was a light-hearted comedy-drama managed to collect only 12 crores and was termed as a flop.
A women-centric film where Rhea played the lead character who provides internet services in one specific area in the city of Mumbai. The film that also had Ali Fazal opened to mixed reviews from both fans and critics.
Post Sonali Cable’s failure, Rhea wasn’t offered a major role. She was next seen in the film Half Girlfriend as a cameo. Even though it wasn’t her film, the film bombed badly at the box office.
Dobaara: See Your Evil
The official remake of the Hollywood horror movie Oculus, Dobaara had Saqib Saleem and Huma Qureshi in the lead. In the film, Rhea played the character of Tanya which was a short role.
The 2017 comedy film Bank Chor starring Vivek Oberoi and Riteish Deshmukh and Rhea in the lead role. While the movie was appreciated, it didn’t perform well at the box office.
Rhea’s latest release was the Mahesh Bhatt produced film Jalebi and went onto become one of the biggest flops of the year with only 2.41 crores.