1. Bandit Queen:
Though the movie “Bandit Queen” (1994) was based on the real-life story of Phoolan Devi but it got banned by the censor board due to its extremely sexual scenes and abusive language.
have always been serving the Bollywood with the best piece of her work, but unfortunately, her movie “Fire” (1996) failed to appeal the Hindu audience. The story line of the film consisted of the lesbian relationship between two siblings from the Hindu family. The Indian spectators at that time could not digest it and result in the banning of the movie.
3. Kama Sutra - A Tale of Love:
A film by
, “Kama Sutra- a Tale of Love” (1996) came up with the concept of Kama Sutra by depicting the story of the four lovers from the 16th century in India. The story had a great notion but was a big flop according to the censor board and got termed as the most unambiguous, unprincipled and depraved movie. And finally, the motion picture got banned in India.
4. Urf Professor:
Another motion picture to be forbidden by the censor board for its vulgar scenes and abusive language was Pankaj Advani’s film “Urf Professor” (2000). The story line draws the expedition of the central character following a hitman's car, and an appealing lottery ticket goes misplaced and the bedlam that chases.
5. The Pink Mirror:
Some directors come up with unnoticed issues in the world so that they can get explored by the audience and accepted worldwide. One of such executive came up with the concept of trans-sexuality and a gay youngster seducing a straight forward man in his movie “The Pink Mirror” (2003). Well, there is no doubt. However, the conception might be appreciated but the censor board will for sure ban it for its blue scenes.
Based on the real-life incident- Joshi Abhyankar’s murder case, an
film “Paanch” (2003) got banned by the censor board due to high aggression, offensive lingo, and drug ill-treatment.
7. Black Friday:
Another film by Anurag Kashyap “Black Friday” (2004) based on the real incident of the 1993 Bombay Blasts by S Hussain Zaidi got a hang about an order from the Bombay High Court in arranging the first patent to get examination of the case.
Although the movie “Parzania” received a numerous appreciation from the audience but still was felt as to be offensive towards the supporting parties in Gujarat and finally got banned. The story line of the movie was based on the fellow name Azhar, who took the disadvantage of the 2002 Gujarat riots.
Based on the voyage of a Kerala Priest, the movie “Sins” (2004) portrays his love affair with a woman and his sexual relationship with her. Plugged with the priest’s fascination, desire and thrash throughout his life, the film “Sins” did not go well with the Catholics and got banned due to it its improper depiction of Catholicism.
Another film of Deepa Mehta scripted by Anurag Kashyap, “Water” (2005) was banned in India by the censor board as it was unable to make a clear approach to the audience about the widows in the country. This movie was thought to be misrepresenting the concept of a widow through the concerns like exclusion and misogyny.