How do you feel when some adult movie trailer or promo is shown on television in the presence of your growing kids? You simply wish that you had the power to vanish such views or close the eyes of your child. Remember how our mothers used to teach us to close our eyes whenever we saw some sleaze or kissing scenes on-screen? Be it Raja Hindustani's famous kissing scene or Sunny Leone's bold scene in Ragini MMS 2, we just wish some scenes or movies were never made!
A variety of movies release every month which divides them into
different genres like comedy, action, thriller or romance to name a
few. However, there are some sleazy and bold A rated movies which
are not meant for kids.
Like Hollywood, Bollywood too has some really A rated movies
which you do not wish your kids to watch. From Mallika Sherawat's
to Bipasha Basu's Jism, some adult movies are not for kids.
After the entry of some really bold actresses like Sunny leone,
Mallika Sherawat and Sherlyn Chopra, moms are getting all the more
tensed to play anything on TV.
A lot of erotic movies have been released in Bollywood earlier
as well. We are not talking about adult comedy like Grand
Masti or Kya Super Kool Hai
Hum. Some real adult films like 1984's Utsav, Maya
Memsaab in 1993 and Aastha in 1997 to name a few are
really erotic movies of Bollywood which have been criticised as
well as acclaimed for being sexually explicit and raunchy.
Here is a list of adult Bollywood films you do not want your
kids to watch.
Bollywood Movies You Don't Want Your Kids To
Hate Story Series
Hate Story one had Paoli Dam who added sensuality on-screen for
revenge. The sequel starring Surveen Chawla and Jai Bhanushali is
also raising many eyebrows for its bold and sensuous
This is one of the cult Bollywood films which showed eroticism
and made people crave for more. Jism shot John and Bipasha to fame
overnight! The sequel marked the Bollywood debut of adult film
star, Sunny Leone.
It all started with Emraan Hashmi and Mallika Sherawat's
sensuous affair and then we saw some more sequels which makes them
an adult film.
The film is based on Vātsyāyana's Kama Sutra, an ancient Indian
text in Sanskrit literature that famously depicts human sexual
behaviour. The movie has nudity, sensuality and heterosexual as
well as homosexual elements which makes it really bold and
typically adult film.
The movie showed lesbian on-screen lovers Amrita Arora and Isha
Koppikar which made a huge controversy when it was released because
of its subject.
The adult comedy is another Bollywood movie which is not for the
kids to watch. The sequel of Masti is really bold, raunchy and
sleazy as well.
The subject of the movie is really bold and the sensuous
on-screen chemistry of Priyanka Chopra and Akshay Kumar raised many
eyebrows. It is not a movie for kids.
Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum
Kyaa Kool Hain Hum was not that raunchy and had double meaning
adult comedy. However, the sequel of Ekta Kapoor's hit movie is
really bold and typical adult comedy which you do not wish your
kids should watch.
Falling for older women is nothing new. However, no mother would
like to encourage her kid to fall for an aunt which is the story of
this adult Bollywood film.