From BA Pass to Kama Sutra: 11 movies you should never, ever watch with parents
First Published 31, Aug 2020, 2:34 PM
These 11 famous Bollywood movies that one should not watch with parents
While many movies prove to be an excellent reason to spend some family time, there are these famous Bollywood movies that are not suitable to watch with your parents. While some liking Kama Sutra is obvious, others might not seem it as inappropriate unless one starts watching it.
Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love - Indian historical erotic romance film in 1996. The film generated controversy the time of its release and was banned in India due to its erotic theme and sexual content.
Jism (series) - It is an erotic thriller film released in 2003. It also has a sequel that marked the debut of Sunny Leone in Bollywood.
Utsav: Rekha's 1984 erotic drama film depicts a future in an Indian village populated exclusively by males due to female infanticide over the years
Matrubhoomi: The movie is based on female infanticide and gender imbalance in India, released in 2003
BA Pass -The film is based on the 2009 short story "The Railway Aunty" by Mohan Sikka and was released in 2013
Dirty Picture- Biographical musical drama released in 2011. The film inspired by the life of Silk Smitha, a South Indian actress noted for her erotic roles.
HUNTER: It is an adult comedy released in 2015. The film was remade in Telugu as Babu Baga Busy (2017) with Srinivas Avasarala in the lead role.
Parched: The film is about four women in Gujarat who talk about men, sex and life as they struggle with their inner demons.
Bandit Queen: Biographical film based on the life of Phoolan Devi - 1994
Fire: It was one of the first mainstream Bollywood movies to explicitly show homosexual relations and the first to feature a lesbian relationship.
Sins - The film depicts the unconventional love cum passionate affair of a young girl with an otherwise older priest. The film was released in 2005