The 5 bollywood movies you can not see with your family

The 5 bollywood movies you can not see with your family

We sit to see some of the movies in the house or outside of our parents, which can be done after we have gone, or can not wait to enjoy the pictures. However, seeing these pictures alone or with the same age group would not have created such a situation.

Here is the story of 5 Bollywood movies.

Insaf Ka Tarazu: This 1980 film was shown on various channels of TV today. We started looking at the tea cup with our family. But fall in the face of two horrific rape scenes, the situation arose – the situation arose. Especially in the ‘Minor’ Padmini Kolhapuri sex scene, still the discomfort in front of the Guru.

Gangs of Wasseypur: We know the movie was loaded with abuses. But when you add some gory violence to it, it becomes a deadly combination! And sprinkle it with some steamy scenes. It gives you a perfect movie which is not to be enjoyed with your parents!

Delhi Belly: There is nothing to say about the 2011 aesthetic of this dark comedy. But director Abhishek Deo and screenwriter Akshit Sharma used the urban slang in the capital very much. On top of it was the change in social relations records. The Bengali movieview is also uncomfortable here.

Parches: Pictures of 2015 by Leena Yadav. The central theme of the film is the society and women in the desert region of Rajasthan. As it stands to clear the reality of women’s repression, clear nudity has not been kept in the dialogue. Sexuality is so uncommon that family views are really difficult.

Ragini MMS: Horror mixed with sex is always a good combination, no? Well, Ragini MMS was precisely that! Even though it was a horror movie, it had a lot of steamy scenes, which would make you very, very uncomfortable if you were to watch it with your parents!