Bollywood Movies About Intimacy:
You might have noticed how as kids we were not allowed to talk and see anything closely related to making love. I mean, we don’t get it why sex was always painted in horrible color. Over the years, we have seen how times have changed. More and more people have started talking about it, and people are getting aware of how intimacy should never be seen in a bad light. We appreciate Bollywood’s take on spreading awareness for the same. These Bollywood movies have shown sex in a very new perspective and started a healthy dialogue on this restricted topic.
The story revolves around three women who are different yet experience similar kinds of abuse and violence. The first woman is a widow, the second is infertile, and the third is an erotic dancer. Three of them run away from their village and start living a life that they think they deserve where they can express their sexual desires and emotions freely.
2. Vicky Donor
Ayushmaan Khuranna’s Vicky Donor was a great success. The movie revolves around the tabooed topic of sperm donation. Shoojit’s take on creating awareness about the shortage of sperm donors is worth applauding.
3. Shubh Mangal Saavdhan
Again, Ayushmaan’s Shubh Mangal Saavdhan is worth watching. The movie talks about erectile dysfunction and all the negative notions that surround it. It carefully deals with the taboo and how it should be considered equivalent to any other physical disorder.
4. Khandaani Shafakhana
Sonakshi Sinha’s character in this movie is a sexologist in a close-minded town of Hoshiarpur. Her character, in a very light-hearted manner, tries to create awareness and help people understand its importance.
The Upcoming Netflix original that features Konkona Sen and Bhumi Pednekar as sisters. Konkona’s character seems to live a perfect life with her husband and her son, while Bhumi’s character is a newbie in the city with big dreams. They learn to deal with expressing their emotions related to intimacy and sharing their secrets.
6. Kya Kehna
Preity Zinta’s Kya Kehna, made in the year 2000, was way ahead of its time. The story revolves around the topic of teenage pregnancy and single parenthood. Characters and the story aim to create awareness on how important it is to give all our love and support to the victim.