Bandit Queen was straight up 'offensive', 'vulgar', 'indecent' and almost laughed at the cinematic conservatism of the Indian censor board. Based on the life of Phoolan Devi, this Shekhar Kapur movie was banned due its Source: moviegazetteonline Deepa Mehta's work is recognised for its global content and appeal.However, closer home, that translates to controversy.No wonder, the movie was widely attacked by protesters and around 2000 fanatics even destroyed the sets of the film.

They thought the film projected Catholicism in a very immoral light.

The Censor Board too, had issues with the nude scenes in the film and hence the movie did not see the light of the day.

is an erotic journey of a Kerala priest who falls for the charms of a woman and gets sexually involved with her.

Filled with obsession, lust and his struggles with the norms of the society he lived in, did not go down well with with the Catholics.

Source: santabanta If you expected anything else from a movie named 'Gandu', you'd definitely be disappointed.

The Bengali movie was a rap musical which created a lot of buzz for its oral sex scenes and nudity.

Bollywood is the largest film industry in the world in terms of number of movies produced every year.

However, apart from all the hits, flops and the average, there exists another brand of Indian cinema which is deliberately kept out of our reach.

Films that indulge in strong (read bold) language, suggestive (read vulgar) scenes, gender taboos, Kashmir issues, religion and basically movies which are way ahead of its time.