If you think Bollywood means only Sooraj Barjatiya’s films, then you’re going all wrong, my dear. You definitely wish to switch the channel and see ‘Grand Masti’ if mom and dad are not around. Now, it is true that today’s Hindi movies are much more mature than the old time movies. But, some of them are so awkward that you can’t see with your parents. And we all know that our parents can allow violence but have taboo for sex scenes. Let’s have a look on Bollywood bold movies which you can tune up while parents are not at home-
Kya Kool Hain Hum (Series)-
This is a movie not one should watch with parents and family. If you can’t handle sex comedy it becomes vulgar. ‘Kya Kool hai Hum’ and its sequel ‘Kya Super Kool hai Hum’ are the actual evidence of that. Watch at your own risk.
Another sequel of its disastrous prequel ‘Masti’. How will these directors understand that sexual innuendoes can’t make a movie hit? We will suggest you not to watch such adult movies in Bollywood at all which are nothing but vulgarity.
While a film deals with pre-marital sex, sex education and lots of other ‘sexy’ things; it becomes uncomfortable to watch with parents. Why to give them heart attack? Get a DVD and go to your friend’s place.
Love, Sex aur Dhoka–
The name says it all. Though it is a must watch film for every youth but you don’t need to watch it with parents. Something you need to understand better while alone.
This is one of the A rated Hindi movies. The treatment, story line, acting, dialogues (loads of slang)- all was a perfect packaged presentation of youth problems. You can watch it with your parents if you can resist your ears to turn red.
Don’t watch it with your mother, else she will start suspecting your tutor or your neighbor. Who knows if she has a Shilpa Shukla beside your house who can teach her son the incredible art form (art of making love)!!!
If you have seen it you will understand how the genius of Anurag Kashyap successfully recreated the modern rendition of ‘Devdas’. The storyline demanded the steamy scenes and the actors were worthy enough to portray that on screen.
We don’t understand why Bollywood make such nonsensical horror movies repeatedly? Was the part one not enough disgusting that they made the sequel (Ragini MMS 2)? Yeah, we understand they wanted to launch Sunny Leone. Never think of watching it with parents.
Gangs of Wasseypur–
A realistic movie with shocking violence and steamy scenes- it is the formula of this movie. Though it is worthy to watch but never with parents. Not yours, not any ones.
Hate Story (Series)-
We don’t know why Vishal Pandya is scaring us by giving the news of ‘Hate Story 4’. Weren’t the first three enough to torture the viewers? You can’t even tolerate the series alone and please don’t torture your parents.
This is one of the most controversial movies in the career of Shiney Ahuja. Many of you may not know but this movie talks only in one language- SEX. Obviously, you can’t watch this with parents.
Well! You know what this series have. The first movie was too successful with the steaming hot scenes between John Abraham and Bipasha Basu. Want to watch ‘Jism 2’? It has only Sunny Leone. Period!
Now when ‘Leela’ is played by Sunny Leone, there are enough mysteries to solve (or no mystery at all??)… You can solve them but alone or with friends or partner. Not in front of parents.
Margarita with a Straw–
A must watch film which shows the journey of a girl who is suffering from cerebral pulsy. Though the subject is intent and Kalki Koechlin is outstanding, you can’t watch this film with elders for obvious reasons.
Have you seen the poster of this film? Do you dare to watch sexy Neha Dhupia with your parents? Then go ahead at your own risk. We won’t take any responsibility if your father shoot you…wink, wink…
The Dirty Picture–
If we talk about Bollywood bold movies, this can’t be overlooked. Vidya Balan in ‘The Dirty Picture’ is just oohh laa laa!!! She became the definition of curvy and ‘seduce queen’ with the release of the film. Though Vidya was outstanding in her role but you will feel awkward to watch the movie with elders.
Based on the Sanskrit text of Vaatsayan about human sexuality, the name is enough to notify you that you can’t enjoy the movie with your parents. Never think of that.
Poonam Pandey runs to strip if India wins matches. Think what she will do in a film named ‘Nasha’. You can find out what she did but alone.
The sizzling chemistry of Mallika Sherawat and Imraan Hashmi ruled over the viewers from the day of its release. Imraan hashmi got the nickname ‘serial kisser’ and you get an erotic thriller to enjoy with friends.
Ek Choti Si Love Story–
This film was quite ahead of its time. It was released in India in 2002 while Bollywood just started to be mature. This film then showed voyeurism which kept the viewers shocked.