Films Shouldn’t Watch With Family:
We grew up watching Bollywood movies with our parents. Because they are all about family, bonding, masala, cute love affairs, and all that, we miss how sneakingly, as kids, we used to watch Hollywood movies all by ourselves because it had the content which our parents would never approve of.
In this article, we discuss some of the Bollywood movies which we regret watching with our parents as who knew even Bollywood is capable of explicit content.
Wondering which movies? Let’s find out.
We thought it’s a family film after seeing Amitabh Bachchan on the posters of this film. But oh, boy, were we wrong. This movie turned into a game of expletives, and it became super awkward for us to watch this film together.
The complete series is super hilarious, and we thoroughly enjoyed every scene. It’s forbidden to watch this movie with your parents as it’s all too sexual and you don’t want to hide your face every five minutes.
Varun Dhawan starrer Badlapur is a crime thriller, and that’s when we thought it was okay to watch such a film with your parents. Little did we know that Varun Dhawan is the bad guy who sexually assaulted Huma Qureshi and Radhika Apte in the film and made things difficult for us at home.
4. No One Killed Jessica
We highly recommend you watching this movie but alone. Undoubtedly, it’s a brilliant movie, and if you are okay watching expletive characters on screen with your parents then GO AHEAD. You can watch this movie with them.
5. Page 3
Madhur Bhandarkar’s Page 3 is all about glamour, superficial and dual lives of celebrities, and hypocrisy. We hope you have imagined why we are telling you to never watch this movie with your parents.
6. Kya Kehna
It seemed like a coming age romantic movie, but it soon turned into drama and unwanted pregnancy. Yup, that’s right. This movie will make you feel awkward around your parents, or it might lead to a family discussion.
7. Delhi Belly
Remember how revolutionary this movie was when it released? It is still famous and admired among youngsters, but you cannot imagine watching this movie with your parents because its different from mainstream cinema.