Banned Indian Motion pictures When it comes to variety of motion pictures produced yearly, Bollywood is the biggest movie business on this planet. Here is an inventory of flicks which the Censor Board banned, not that the viewers missed any of it! Listing of Indian Banned Motion pictures Bandit Queen (1994) Bandit Queen Bandit Queen was straight up ‘offensive’, ‘vulgar’, ‘indecent’ and nearly laughed on the cinematic conservatism of the Indian censor board. The topic was such. It was banned due its specific sexual content material, nudity and abusive language, which the Censor Board couldn’t afford. Fireplace (1996) Fireplace ‘Fireplace garnered loads of important acclaims worldwide however didn’t impress Hindu teams (like Shiv Sena) in India as a result of its topic, which handled the lesbian relationship between two sisters-in-laws in a Hindu household. The controversy ended with the main actors, Shabana Azmi and Nandita Das together with their director Deepa Mehta receiving loss of life threats and Censor Board lastly banning the film within the nation. Kama Sutra – A Story Of Love (1996) Kama Sutra – A Story Of Love Kama Sutra – A Story Of Love too confronted the wrath of Censor Board which termed it ‘specific’, ‘unethical’ and ‘immoral’ for the audiences of the nation which got here up with the idea of Kama Sutra! This Mira Nair film. It depicted the lives of 4 lovers within the 16th century in India and it was successful with the critics however a serious flop with the Censor Board and in the end bought banned. Urf Professor (2000) Urf Professor The Pankaj Advani’s Urf Professor starring film traces the journey of the protagonist. Nonetheless, what irked the Censor Board have been the ‘vulgar scenes’ and ‘daring language’ used on this black comedy, which in the end led to a ban on the film. The Pink Mirror (2003) The Pink Mirror The Pink Mirror by Sridhar Rangayan is one such film which introduced the idea of transsexuality to the forefront. The story handled the hunt of two transsexuals and a homosexual teenager to seduce a straight man. No prizes for guessing that the Censor board bought offended by the ‘vulgarity’ within the film and banned it even after the movie garnered rave critiques at movie festivals world wide. Paanch (2003) Paanch Anurag Kashyap’s ‘Paanch’ confronted loads of warmth from the Censor Board. Stated to be primarily based on the Joshi-Abhyankar serial murders in 1997, the film was a thriller with excessive octane violence, crass language and drug abuse. No marvel, the Censor Board determined to ban the movie and other people awaiting the discharge of the film needed to make do with the pirated model of the movie. Black Friday (2004) Black Friday Loosely tailored from the well-known ebook Black Friday – The True Story of the Bombay Bomb Blasts by S Hussain Zaidi, Anurag Kashyap’s film was thought of too darkish to be launched in India. The film confronted a keep order from The Bombay Excessive Court docket due to the 1993 Bombay blasts case and remained slated-to-release till the trial bought over. Parzania (2005) Parzania Parzania reduce open the injuries of Gujarat’s scarred previous and obtained backlash and appreciation in equal quantities. The movie was primarily based on an outstanding plot which revolved round a boy referred to as Azhar who goes lacking in the course of the Gujarat riots within the 12 months 2002. Regardless that the movie gained a Nationwide Award, its cinematic excellence was not thought of sufficient for political events to let it display in Gujarat, the place it was fiercely banned. Sins (2005) Sins Sins is an erotic journey of a Kerala priest who falls for the charms of a girl and will get sexually concerned together with her. Full of obsession, lust and his struggles with the norms of the society he lived in, Sins didn’t go down properly with the Catholics. They thought the movie projected Catholicism in a really immoral gentle. The Censor Board too had points with the nude scenes within the movie and therefore the film didn’t see the sunshine of the day. Water (2005) Water Deepa Mehta’s Water which courted loads of controversy due to its darkish insights on the lifetime of the Indian widow. Set in a sure Ashram of Varanasi, the script of the film was written by none aside from Anurag Kashyap and took up controversial points like ostracism and misogyny which have been alien to the Indian Censor Board again then. No marvel, the film was broadly attacked by protesters and round 2000 fanatics even destroyed the units of the movie.