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This Is How Bollywood's Representation Of Sex Changed Over The Years

This Is How Bollywood's Representation Of Sex Changed Over The Years
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Bollywood always bold and sensuous. Romance has been the most popular part in a Bollywood movie but with time handling of romance has changed.It has turned from bold to coy and back to racy and bold.

According to the movie makers "movies are the reflection of society". As society is becoming more fast and bold movies are also, as it is for the people.

We always think kissing on screen and bold scenes are a part of 2000's movie, but to aware you it was there in 1929 also.

See, how sensuality has changed in Bollywood.

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In 1929:

In 1929:

In the silent film, 'A Throw of Dice'  actor Seeta Devi kissed actor Charu Roy.

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In 1933:

In 1933:
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In the movie,"Karma" actor Devika Rani lip locked for 4 continuous mins.

In 1932:

In 1932:
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Zubeida stole the thunder on-screen with her scanty attire and kissing scenes in the film "Zarina".

In 1940, romance was restricted:

In 1940, romance was restricted:
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The Cinematograph Act in 1952, banned kissing on screen.

In 1950:

In 1950:
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The romance was staring into each other's eyes and holding hands. Kissing was shown with two flowers coming together.

In 1960's to 1970's:

In 1960's to 1970's:
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This was the time of sexy ladies Zeenat Aman, Parveen babby, Sharmila Tagore etc. They changed the look of women in the industry.

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1980, the new begining:

1980, the new begining:

It was the time of actresses like Helen, Rekha, Sri Devi, Mandakini and of kissing and bold scenes.

Utsav

Utsav
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Who can forget rekha in this movie.

1990, the time when censor board became more liberal:

1990, the time when censor board became more liberal:
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Film like Kamasutra, Fire, Water set a new edge to sexuality.

Fire, a very bold theme was explored:

Fire, a very bold theme was explored:
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Love between same sex was too excepted.

The era 2000, where we have no boundaries:

The era 2000, where we have no boundaries:
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We feel now comfortable with everything, from premarital sex, kisses, sex scenes to bold item numbers(that at times carry suggestive lyrics) without a cut.
Bollywood films became sensuous and on certain occasions vulgar.

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