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Jasmine Philip | Last Modified - Oct 17, 2016, 02:52 PM IST

Indian films that witnessed actual nudity and sex on screen. A look at the stars who didn't mind shedding it all for the cameras!
  • Maya Memsaab
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    Maya Memsaab
    Karan Johar’s latest flick, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, starring Ranbir Kapoor and Aishwarya Rai recently witnessed the censor board axe. Cutting out the intimate scenes between the duo, the censor board has proved once again that it lacks the basic sense of logic when it comes to curbing scenes.
    With several films being banned in the past to receiving chopped scenes, was the censor board of India always this illogical? Surprisingly enough, movies of the 80’s and 90’s seemed to have much more freedom than the movies of today.
    Right from SRK’s 1993 film, Maya Memsaab to Dimple Kapadia’s 1985 release, Saagar, these Bollywood flicks witnessed actual nudity on-screen. Having come a long way from depicting love making scenes behind trees to actual sexual encounters, seems like Bollywood is now walking its way back. Quite the true meaning of the 21st century according to the censor board!
    While the censor board grabs immense attention for their axe, take a look at the Indian films of the past who with their on-screen showcase of nudity gave quite the tough competition to its Hollywood counterparts!
  • Sins
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    Sins
    Karan Johar’s latest flick, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, starring Ranbir Kapoor and Aishwarya Rai recently witnessed the censor board axe. Cutting out the intimate scenes between the duo, the censor board has proved once again that it lacks the basic sense of logic when it comes to curbing scenes.
    With several films being banned in the past to receiving chopped scenes, was the censor board of India always this illogical? Surprisingly enough, movies of the 80’s and 90’s seemed to have much more freedom than the movies of today.
    Right from SRK’s 1993 film, Maya Memsaab to Dimple Kapadia’s 1985 release, Saagar, these Bollywood flicks witnessed actual nudity on-screen. Having come a long way from depicting love making scenes behind trees to actual sexual encounters, seems like Bollywood is now walking its way back. Quite the true meaning of the 21st century according to the censor board!
    While the censor board grabs immense attention for their axe, take a look at the Indian films of the past who with their on-screen showcase of nudity gave quite the tough competition to its Hollywood counterparts!
  • The Cloud Door
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    The Cloud Door
    Karan Johar’s latest flick, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, starring Ranbir Kapoor and Aishwarya Rai recently witnessed the censor board axe. Cutting out the intimate scenes between the duo, the censor board has proved once again that it lacks the basic sense of logic when it comes to curbing scenes.
    With several films being banned in the past to receiving chopped scenes, was the censor board of India always this illogical? Surprisingly enough, movies of the 80’s and 90’s seemed to have much more freedom than the movies of today.
    Right from SRK’s 1993 film, Maya Memsaab to Dimple Kapadia’s 1985 release, Saagar, these Bollywood flicks witnessed actual nudity on-screen. Having come a long way from depicting love making scenes behind trees to actual sexual encounters, seems like Bollywood is now walking its way back. Quite the true meaning of the 21st century according to the censor board!
    While the censor board grabs immense attention for their axe, take a look at the Indian films of the past who with their on-screen showcase of nudity gave quite the tough competition to its Hollywood counterparts!
  • Parched
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    Parched
    Karan Johar’s latest flick, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, starring Ranbir Kapoor and Aishwarya Rai recently witnessed the censor board axe. Cutting out the intimate scenes between the duo, the censor board has proved once again that it lacks the basic sense of logic when it comes to curbing scenes.
    With several films being banned in the past to receiving chopped scenes, was the censor board of India always this illogical? Surprisingly enough, movies of the 80’s and 90’s seemed to have much more freedom than the movies of today.
    Right from SRK’s 1993 film, Maya Memsaab to Dimple Kapadia’s 1985 release, Saagar, these Bollywood flicks witnessed actual nudity on-screen. Having come a long way from depicting love making scenes behind trees to actual sexual encounters, seems like Bollywood is now walking its way back. Quite the true meaning of the 21st century according to the censor board!
    While the censor board grabs immense attention for their axe, take a look at the Indian films of the past who with their on-screen showcase of nudity gave quite the tough competition to its Hollywood counterparts!
  • Saagar
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    Saagar
    Karan Johar’s latest flick, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, starring Ranbir Kapoor and Aishwarya Rai recently witnessed the censor board axe. Cutting out the intimate scenes between the duo, the censor board has proved once again that it lacks the basic sense of logic when it comes to curbing scenes.
    With several films being banned in the past to receiving chopped scenes, was the censor board of India always this illogical? Surprisingly enough, movies of the 80’s and 90’s seemed to have much more freedom than the movies of today.
    Right from SRK’s 1993 film, Maya Memsaab to Dimple Kapadia’s 1985 release, Saagar, these Bollywood flicks witnessed actual nudity on-screen. Having come a long way from depicting love making scenes behind trees to actual sexual encounters, seems like Bollywood is now walking its way back. Quite the true meaning of the 21st century according to the censor board!
    While the censor board grabs immense attention for their axe, take a look at the Indian films of the past who with their on-screen showcase of nudity gave quite the tough competition to its Hollywood counterparts!
  • Mr. Singh Mrs. Mehta
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    Mr. Singh Mrs. Mehta
    Karan Johar’s latest flick, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, starring Ranbir Kapoor and Aishwarya Rai recently witnessed the censor board axe. Cutting out the intimate scenes between the duo, the censor board has proved once again that it lacks the basic sense of logic when it comes to curbing scenes.
    With several films being banned in the past to receiving chopped scenes, was the censor board of India always this illogical? Surprisingly enough, movies of the 80’s and 90’s seemed to have much more freedom than the movies of today.
    Right from SRK’s 1993 film, Maya Memsaab to Dimple Kapadia’s 1985 release, Saagar, these Bollywood flicks witnessed actual nudity on-screen. Having come a long way from depicting love making scenes behind trees to actual sexual encounters, seems like Bollywood is now walking its way back. Quite the true meaning of the 21st century according to the censor board!
    While the censor board grabs immense attention for their axe, take a look at the Indian films of the past who with their on-screen showcase of nudity gave quite the tough competition to its Hollywood counterparts!
  • Kamasutra
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    Kamasutra
    Karan Johar’s latest flick, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, starring Ranbir Kapoor and Aishwarya Rai recently witnessed the censor board axe. Cutting out the intimate scenes between the duo, the censor board has proved once again that it lacks the basic sense of logic when it comes to curbing scenes.
    With several films being banned in the past to receiving chopped scenes, was the censor board of India always this illogical? Surprisingly enough, movies of the 80’s and 90’s seemed to have much more freedom than the movies of today.
    Right from SRK’s 1993 film, Maya Memsaab to Dimple Kapadia’s 1985 release, Saagar, these Bollywood flicks witnessed actual nudity on-screen. Having come a long way from depicting love making scenes behind trees to actual sexual encounters, seems like Bollywood is now walking its way back. Quite the true meaning of the 21st century according to the censor board!
    While the censor board grabs immense attention for their axe, take a look at the Indian films of the past who with their on-screen showcase of nudity gave quite the tough competition to its Hollywood counterparts!
  • Cosmic Sex
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    Cosmic Sex
    Karan Johar’s latest flick, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, starring Ranbir Kapoor and Aishwarya Rai recently witnessed the censor board axe. Cutting out the intimate scenes between the duo, the censor board has proved once again that it lacks the basic sense of logic when it comes to curbing scenes.
    With several films being banned in the past to receiving chopped scenes, was the censor board of India always this illogical? Surprisingly enough, movies of the 80’s and 90’s seemed to have much more freedom than the movies of today.
    Right from SRK’s 1993 film, Maya Memsaab to Dimple Kapadia’s 1985 release, Saagar, these Bollywood flicks witnessed actual nudity on-screen. Having come a long way from depicting love making scenes behind trees to actual sexual encounters, seems like Bollywood is now walking its way back. Quite the true meaning of the 21st century according to the censor board!
    While the censor board grabs immense attention for their axe, take a look at the Indian films of the past who with their on-screen showcase of nudity gave quite the tough competition to its Hollywood counterparts!
  • Jail
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    Jail
    Karan Johar’s latest flick, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, starring Ranbir Kapoor and Aishwarya Rai recently witnessed the censor board axe. Cutting out the intimate scenes between the duo, the censor board has proved once again that it lacks the basic sense of logic when it comes to curbing scenes.
    With several films being banned in the past to receiving chopped scenes, was the censor board of India always this illogical? Surprisingly enough, movies of the 80’s and 90’s seemed to have much more freedom than the movies of today.
    Right from SRK’s 1993 film, Maya Memsaab to Dimple Kapadia’s 1985 release, Saagar, these Bollywood flicks witnessed actual nudity on-screen. Having come a long way from depicting love making scenes behind trees to actual sexual encounters, seems like Bollywood is now walking its way back. Quite the true meaning of the 21st century according to the censor board!
    While the censor board grabs immense attention for their axe, take a look at the Indian films of the past who with their on-screen showcase of nudity gave quite the tough competition to its Hollywood counterparts!
  • Rang Rasiya
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    Rang Rasiya
    Karan Johar’s latest flick, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, starring Ranbir Kapoor and Aishwarya Rai recently witnessed the censor board axe. Cutting out the intimate scenes between the duo, the censor board has proved once again that it lacks the basic sense of logic when it comes to curbing scenes.
    With several films being banned in the past to receiving chopped scenes, was the censor board of India always this illogical? Surprisingly enough, movies of the 80’s and 90’s seemed to have much more freedom than the movies of today.
    Right from SRK’s 1993 film, Maya Memsaab to Dimple Kapadia’s 1985 release, Saagar, these Bollywood flicks witnessed actual nudity on-screen. Having come a long way from depicting love making scenes behind trees to actual sexual encounters, seems like Bollywood is now walking its way back. Quite the true meaning of the 21st century according to the censor board!
    While the censor board grabs immense attention for their axe, take a look at the Indian films of the past who with their on-screen showcase of nudity gave quite the tough competition to its Hollywood counterparts!
  • PK
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    PK
    Karan Johar’s latest flick, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, starring Ranbir Kapoor and Aishwarya Rai recently witnessed the censor board axe. Cutting out the intimate scenes between the duo, the censor board has proved once again that it lacks the basic sense of logic when it comes to curbing scenes.
    With several films being banned in the past to receiving chopped scenes, was the censor board of India always this illogical? Surprisingly enough, movies of the 80’s and 90’s seemed to have much more freedom than the movies of today.
    Right from SRK’s 1993 film, Maya Memsaab to Dimple Kapadia’s 1985 release, Saagar, these Bollywood flicks witnessed actual nudity on-screen. Having come a long way from depicting love making scenes behind trees to actual sexual encounters, seems like Bollywood is now walking its way back. Quite the true meaning of the 21st century according to the censor board!
    While the censor board grabs immense attention for their axe, take a look at the Indian films of the past who with their on-screen showcase of nudity gave quite the tough competition to its Hollywood counterparts!

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