B'wood's tryst with 'sex'


Bollywood has gone bolder with time. We take a look at some of most erotic films in Bollywood. Sequel to Paoli Dam's Hate Story, Hate Story 2 stars Surveen Chawla who shed her demure image and set the screen on fire with her bold acts in the film. The movie also stars Jay Bhanushali and Sushant Singh.



A bold film directed by Abbas-Mustan, Aitraaz talked of a woman's desire. Starring Akshay Kumar, Kareena Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra, the film had many erotic scenes.



Directed by Mira Nair, Kamasutra showed the art and tale of love set in the 16th century. The movie had a lot of erotic scenes and was released in India in 1998.



A sequel to Ragini MMS, Ragini MMS 2 was promoted as the first ever 'horror sex' film. Starring Sunny Leone, the movie was greeted with a good opening at the box office.



Sherlyn Chopra's Kamasutra 3D is one of the most errotic films made in Bollywood. The movie had a lot of erotic scenes and various controversies attached to them.



It was one of the first mainstream films in India to explicitly show homosexual relations. The release of the film created a huge controversy in India as certain groups staged protests.



Jism 2 was a sequel to John Abraham-Bipasha Basu starrer Jism. The movie had Sunny Leone indulging in a lot of erotic scenes with Randeep Hooda and Arunoday Singh.



Hate Story: This 2012 film starred Paoli Dam who played the role of a prostitute. She shared erotic scenes with different men.



Starring John Abraham and Bipasha Basu, Jism showed eroticism and made people crave for more.



Utsav saw the gorgeous Rekha play the role of a temptress. The movie was an adaptation of a Sanskrit drama called 'Mrichchhakatika'



Mastram is a fictional biography of a pornographic novel writer of late 80s and early 90s. The film includes lots of erotic scenes.



Julie had Neha Dhupia playing the role of a hooker. She pulled off the role of a hooker with ease and was appreciated for her performance.



Ek Choti Si Love Story was another of those errotic movies of Bollywood. The film was about a teenager's voyeuristic love for an older neighbor. The movie starred Manisha Koirala, Aditya Seal and Ranvir Shorey.



Maya Memsaab was based on Gustave Flaubert's 'Madame Bovary'. In the movie, Shah Rukh Khan did some nude and erotic scenes which raised a lot of eyebrows.



A lesbian love story, Girlfriend made a huge controversy when it was released. The film starred Isha Koppikar and Amrita Arora.



Aastha was a movie which was well ahead of its time. The movie starred Rekha who played the role of a married woman-turned-prostitute. The movie had a lot of explicit love scenes.



BA Pass is based on the short story 'The Railway Aunty'. The movie is about a young boy who has a romantic affair with an older woman.



Dev.D is the most innovative remake of Sharat Chandra Chattopadhyay's novel Devdas. The film tackles the new-age romances of three very different young people.



An anthology film directed by Dibakar Banerjee, Love Sex Aur Dhoka works through three short stories which focus on contemporary India's attitude towards love and sex.



Mallika Sherawat was at her erotic best in Murder. The movie was about an extra marital affair between Mallika and Emraan Hashmi. Murder also starred Ashmit Patel.



Twitter sensation Poonam Pandey made her film debut with Nasha. The movie was about a young boy infatuated with an older woman. The movie didn't do well commercially.



A horror flick based on a real incident, Ragini MMS was about a couple's paranormal experiences when they go out for a dirty weekend. The movie was made with a small budget and did well.



A movie about the chaste bond between a married noblewoman and a servant, Saheb, BIwi aur Gangster starred Mahie Gill, Randeep Hooda and Jimmy Shergill. Mahie was involved in a lot of steamy scenes with Jummy and Randeep in the movie.



Satyam Shivam Sundaram was directed by Raj Kapoor and had Zeenat Amana and Shashi Kapoor. Some passionate kissing scenes and Zeenat's ample cleavage show made many men go weak on their knees.



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