Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan have been nominated for the 'Worst Film' trophy at the fourth annual Golden Kela Awards.
The awards, a spin off of Hollywood's Razzies, honour the best of the worst in Hindi cinema as chosen in an audience poll.
Jatin Varma, the founder of the Golden Kela Awards, told Mid-Day: "Generally speaking, this year's films haven't been all that bad - which may have been good for Indian audiences, compared to the last few years. However, our 'cracked' team of researchers has dug deep to find the worst of the lot for this year."
Other films in this list are Mausam, Singham and F.A.L.T.U.
Ajay Devgn and Sanjay Dutt's turn in Rascals has earned each of them a nomination in the 'Worst Actor', category where they will be seen competing with Emraan Hashmi (Murder 2), Ranveer Singh (Ladies Vs Ricky Bahl) and Imran Khan (Mere Brother Ki Dulhan).
The awards also has a section titled 'Baawra Ho Gaya Hai Ke' Award (Have you gone mad?). Nominees in this category include Amitabh Bachchan for Bbuddha Hoga Tera Baap, Pankaj Kapur for his directorial debut Mausam, Govinda for Naughty@40 and Hema Malini for Tell Me O Kkhuda.
Other categories include 'Worst Debut', 'Most Irritating Lyrics', 'Most Atrocious Songs', 'Worst Attempt At A Comeback', 'Bas Kijiye' (Please Stop!) and a special category called 'Anti-Kela,' for films that were meaningful and entertaining while still being mainstream.