The world of Bollywood is totally on the rise but what we can make out is that we are soon catching up with Hollywood in terms of the bed scenes. When this comes all to the real reasons we see the altogether quite romantic bed scenes. Here are some of those movies bed scenes which seemed it crossed the line.
1. Ek Chhotisi Love Story released in the movie 2002
This is a personal affection story of a young man, who becomes hopelessly enamored with his neighbor, who is a hitched lady. Manisha Koirala assumed the part of a wedded lady, and she went insane, when she saw that her body twofold was utilized to shoot the cozy scenes. Manisha drew closer the National Commission of Women, and the Mumbai High Court needed to stop the arrival of the film. The motion picture is enlivened from a Hollywood motion picture, ‘Summer of 1942’. The film had an excess of hot scenes between the young man and Manisha’s body twofold.
2. Siddhartha in 1972
This film was released with an “A” certificate. In those times, when on-screen character used to wear lehenga-cholis and kept their body secured, Simi Garewal got to be topless in the film. The film had some hot, hot and suggestive scenes in the middle of Simi and Shashi Kapoor. This was the primary film to indicate no-nonsense lip-lock scene. Nude scenes given by Simi Garewal turned into all the rage around then.
3. Hate Story
Directo Vivek Agnihotri gave group of onlookers no motivation to whine when he concocted sexual film ‘Hate Story’. Bong stunner Paoli Dam looked glittering in scenes which demonstrated her having intercourse with various men. The plot of this suggestive flick is vengeance and thriller, and its sensual subject, sexual substance and bareness made it a win at film industry.
4. Bandit Queen
Directed by Shekhar Kapur, this film was motivated on the genuine occurrence of Phoolan Devi. It demonstrated the tale of a lady, who swung to a dacoit. The film had a pack assault scene, which the group of onlookers disliked much and along these lines, the film was banned in India, as the motion picture depicted sex, nakedness and roughness. The film got basic recognition at the Cannes Film Festival, in 1994. Be that as it may, the film was re-discharged after a few cuts. Phoolan Devi herself needed to stop the arrival of the film around the world, as it was humiliating for her.