Published On: Sun, Mar 6th, 2016

Top 10 Bollywood Movies based on Homosexuality

Recent release “Aligarh” is one of the Bollywood movies that are also dealing with homosexuality. It came out as sensitive and intelligent. Actually, Bollywood movies are focusing on the current issues. These movies send best message for public. It is not first time when a homosexuality movie made up. Before it, there are several movies that are based on homosexuality. Here, we are going to discuss about these movies.

Check out 10 Bollywood takes on homosexuality:

  • Fire:
Fire

Fire

Deepa Mehta’s path-breaking Indo-Canadian drama was one of the first mainstream films to explicit depict homosexual relations. It released in 1996. Shabana Azmi and Nandita Das were starring in this movie.

  • Girlfriend:
Girlfriend

Girlfriend

In Bollywood, there are very less movies on lesbian love. In 2004, Director Karan Razdan’s film was mostly deemed inappropriate and sleazy by Indian audiences. In this movie, Ishaa Koppikar and Amrita Arora featured. It earned over Rs.2 crore.

  • My Brother…Nikhil:
My Brother…Nikhil

My Brother…Nikhil

The movie directed by Onir. It was addressed to the need for AIDS awareness. Sanjay Suri and Juhi Chawla starred in this movie. This movie released in 2005.

  • Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd:
Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd

Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd

In this movie, six couples travelling together and followed separate stories. Here is an exuberant wife on a honeymoon with her reticent husband realizes he has developed feelings for another male in group. It released in 2007 and earned about Rs.13 crore.

  • Fashion:
Fashion

Fashion

It was woman-centric movie under the direction of Madhur Bhandarkar. There is a strong homosexual tale to articulate the politics of the industry in 2008. Priyanka Chopra and Kangana Ranaut played their perfect roles.

  • Dostana:
Dostana

Dostana

This movie directed by Tarun Mansukhani. In this movie, two men pretending to be gay but actually in love with the same woman. Abhishek Bachchan and John Abraham played great roles. It was also released in 2008.


  • Dunno Y…Na Jaane Kyon:
Dunno Y…Na Jaane Kyon

Dunno Y…Na Jaane Kyon

This movie was premiered at first main gay film festival in India held in Mumbai. Sanjay Sharma directed this movie in 2010. Kapil Sharma and Yuvraaj Parashar were in lead roles.

  • I Am:
I Am

I Am

Onir’s this movie was based on gay rights. In this movie, Rahul Bose featured along with Arjun Mathur. It also released in some multiple languages. It released in 2010.

  • Bombay Talkies:
Bombay Talkies

Bombay Talkies

This movie dedicated to 100 years of Indian cinema. Karan johar directed this movie in 2013.

  • Time Out:
Time Out

Time Out

Viacom18 Motion Pictures produced this movie. It is teenage film on two brothers whose lives alter drastically when the older boy’s sexual orientation is discovered. It released in 2015 last year.

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