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Best of the worst

entertainment Updated: Mar 14, 2010 01:29 IST

Harman Baweja was named worst actor and Kareena Kapoor, the worst actress at the 2nd Golden Kela Awards held in the Capital on Friday. Baweja won the Worst Actor award for his role in the dud, What’s Your Raashee?, while Kapoor got it for her work in Kambakkht Ishq.

Launched by Random magazine last year, the awards are a spin-off on Hollywood’s Raspberry Awards, also known as the Razzies, which recognise the worst in cinema. This year’s awards were given by funnyman Cyrus Broacha, who also picked up the Cyrus Broacha Memorial Award. “I’m thrilled. I hope to win this award every year,” Broacha said cheekily.

Filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar got the Bas Kijiye Bahut Ho Gaya Award (Please stop it’s enough), pleading him to stop making films, and Hollywood stars Sylvester Stallone and Denise Richards’s got the Baawra Ho Gaya Hai Ke (Have you gone nuts) Award for Kambakkht Ishq.

Rani Mukherji-starrer Dil Bole Hadippa! was given the Most Original Story award for being a clear copy of the Hollywood film, She’s The Man. Filmmaker Kabir Khan and producer Aditya Chopra won the Special Lajja (Shame) Award for the Worst Treatment of a Serious Issue in New York.

Kelas galore

Worst supporting actor: Ranvir Shorey (Chandni Chowk To China)
Worst supporting actress: Deepika Padukone (Kambakkht Ishq)
Worst film: Kambakkht Ishq
Worst director: Ashutosh Gowariker (What’s Your Raashee?)
Dara Singh Award for Worst Accent: Abhishek Bachchan (Delhi-6)