5. Brahman Naman (2015)
Brahaman Naman is cynically nostalgic look at a specific time the 80s when internet fun videos wasn’t a thing and once imagination was often all one had. Directly released on Netflix, it is easily digestible, unabashed really raunchy adult comedy. The film is about a group of young users from Bangalore, with a number of scenes alluding to love making and self-pleasure scenes.
4. Lust Stories (2018)
Zoya, Dibakar Banerjee, Karan Johar, Anurag Kashyap, four great Indian directors come together for this film. Lust Stories is an anthology movie which is composed of four short films. Every shor film is director’s specific take on the subject of lust. But the film is still cohesive and enjoyable.
3. The Pink Mirror (2003)
This film explores the controversial subject of Indian transsexuals. The Indian censor board banned the film calling it vulgar and offensive. The film received rave reviews all over the world and won numerous awards for its exploration of the taboo subject in a touching manner.
2. The Painted House (2015)
The Malayalam film was also banned by the censor board, but we know that they can’t ban it on Netflix. The film tells the story of a writer whose life gets tangled in complex circumstances and his beliefs are tested. Surprisingly this movie doesn’t deal with the sensitive subject at least not according to our Sanskars. But the film was banned because of the scenes where the female lead was shown without clothes.
1. Unfreedom (2014)
Unfreedom is based on two powerful plots. While one story in the film is about a Muslim fundamentalist in New York who kidnaps a liberal Muslim scholar, his intention is to kill him. A non-straight girl in Delhi kidnaps her lover. The film was initially advised by the censor board to make the necessary cuts to make it eligible for the release, but the director appealed, later censor board banned this film.