Bollywood Movies that were banned

Bollywood films and discussions go connected at the hip. In India, sex, legislative issues, nakedness, strict estimations or even an entertainer’s suppositions are constantly mulled over before delivering a film. There have been great deals of films in the past that have mixed some genuine debates.

Here’s a list Bollywood movies that faced controversies and were banned because of their controversial content:-

Mandakini and Rajiv Kapoor starrer film had scenes which were viewed as wrong for the crowd which blended a discussion. The entertainer had her ‘advantages’ blazing in a portion of the scenes which was not typical for Bollywood films.

  • Black Friday:-

This film depends on the Mumbai bomb-impacts of 1993. The decision for that case was still in the court and it was said that the film would impact the choice, which is the reason the film was restricted for a very long time.

  • Paanch :-

Anurag Kashyap’s film approximately dependent on the 1976-77 Joshi-Abhyankar chronic homicides was in discussion since it never made to the theatres. The Censor Board made different slices to the film after which it was passed yet would never be seen until a see duplicate was released on the web.

  • Madras Café :-

This film spun around the death of Rajiv Gandhi and the Indian mediation in the Sri-Lankan common war. There were a few Tamil gatherings who requested a prohibition on the film.

  • Sins :-

Shiney Ahuja starrer film Sins depends on evident functions where a Catholic minister is impractically engaged with a young lady. The delicate idea of the film prompted zero advancements by TV channels.

  • Julie: –

This 1975 film was incredibly disputable due to its substance. It demonstrated early pregnancy and between rank marriage which was exceptionally new to Bollywood around then.

  • Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love:-

Despite the fact that Kama Sutra began from India, this film with explicitly unequivocal substance ran into an issue with the edit board. The lead entertainer was additionally exceptionally reluctant about coming to India in the wake of seeing the obstruction around this film.

  • Udta Punjab :-

The film got into a discussion on account of its substance. The film talked about the uncontrolled utilization of medications in Punjab. Some felt that it was criticizing Punjab while the CFBC needed to remove all the references to Punjab just as the harsh language.

  • Lipstick Under My Burkha :

Lipstick Under My Burkha is the most recent film to have a debate. Despite the fact that the film got honours in film celebrations and furthermore won the Oxfam Award for Best Film on Gender Equality, the CFBC appeared to object to the striking substance of the film which discusses a lady’s dream above life and hadn’t affirmed it. Be that as it may, the film is out of this wreck and will deliver on 21st July, 2017.

  • The Dirty Picture : –

The film spoke about Silk Smitha’s life. It had Vidya Balan play the lead role but it sparked controversies due to two reasons. One was because of its posters and two because Silk Smitha’s brothers objected to it and also sent notices to the makers.

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