All Indians who believe in sex should certainly see this movie
Although the title of the movie is ‘ Lust Stories’, I consider it an important document of women’s discussion. The Lust Stories is filmed for Netflix without the restriction of any censorship. These four great filmmakers of Hindi film had earlier even collaborated for ‘Bombay Talkies’. But on the subject of ‘Lust’, these four filmmakers could not have been more enjoyable than watching together.
The first story heroine Kalindi (Radhika Apte), a professor, enters her house with her student at midnight in the background of the song ‘Raj Kapoor’ in the first scene of the film. In the locked room, the distinction opens that nothing comes to the student! Kalindi regret shows that all he has to do. He warns the student not to fall in love with me, the men are very big, I am married, etcetera, etc.
To justify relations with many men, Kalindi cites Draupadi, Amrita Pritam, and Chetan Bhagat’s ‘One Indian Girl’, who have more than one relationship with more than one man. Radhika shows in monologues why she is counted among the most talented actresses of this generation. In these dialogues, Anurag Kashyap reaches the summit. Undoubtedly, he is the most resolved filmmaker of ‘Sex Discussion’. Layers of monologues get the insights of ‘Lust’ of the entire Indian mind.
Zoya Akhtar has directed the second story of the film. Sudha (Land Peddaner) is a maid in the house of a bachelor of professional Ajit (Neil Bhupalam) in Mumbai. Ajit goes after bathing after sex and the land starts working on his work. When Sudha gives a towel to Ajit, she says to Sudha – ‘Dirty Shali’. Sudha reverses and replies- ‘Nanga Shala’. Ajit’s remarks show men’s bias. With whom she sleeps, she starts understanding the second.
Ajit’s parents then decide to marry her. Sudha is upset with herself because she was having a relationship with the owner and she herself understood the householder. Disappointed Sudha, when the other meets the worker in the house, she chicks, that Neha Madam has given her a sari. Sudha also feeds sweet to her which she has got.
In the whole film, the land speaks only two words, but their body language is so dense in the entire film that it seems that even in those scenes it does not even fall in them.
The third story is directed by Diwakar Banerjee. Reena (Manisha Koirala) from Sudhir (Jaideep Ahlawat) – a mature relationship. The tide of wishes is not like the sun but like the cold moon. Her husband Salman (Sanjay Kapoor) seems to be aware of this, so Reena calls Salman at the middle house. Then Reena deals with her husband and boyfriend in a fascinating and absurd manner. At the end, when her husband asks her that on the day you call Sudhir Was there a quarrel between us? So Rina responds happily, ‘No, it is a perfect day.’
Joe Rina, who was so anxious and restless at the beginning of the story, becomes cool and convicted by the end. He asks the question why every time his life is associated with his children? Manisha, Jaideep, and Sanjay look comfortable in their role. Facial Expressions of Manisha are very meaningful. Many close shots of his face enhance the story’s mystery and the thrill of adventure.
Then, what’s more, more than 90% of women do not know ‘orgaz’? There is no word synonyms orgasm in Hindi. Well, let’s talk about ‘foreplay’. Neha Dhupia and Kiara Adwani play in the role of ‘Smart Town Girl’. When Kanara chooses to remain silent in the duel of speaking and speaking, his eyes speak a lot. Who could play better than the wiki skills of the consolidative loser?
The film shows that Basta of Freud Indian Mind is still very relevant. An average person is repressed. For the majority of Indians, the idea is more than the sex act, and that’s why so big a big taboo too.