We all love watching films, don’t we? But some movies banned in the theatres in India. However, you can still enjoy them with your friends or alone with a bowl of popcorn or ordering your favourite pizza. Some of these movies have a fantastic storyline that you will enjoy for sure. Let us look into some of these movies which you can enjoy on the OTT platforms.
1. Inshallah, Football
Released in 2010, Inshallah, Football is a story of a boy from Kashmir who finds comfort in football in the war-sensitive region of Kashmir. The boy is a son of an ex-militant who wishes to become a part of training in football at the international level. You can enjoy this heart-aching movie on YouTube.
The Censor Board banned the movie. But you can watch it on YouTube. Water, starring John Abraham, is a story of a widow in a widow ashram in Varanasi. Additionally, the movie also stars Lisa Ray, Sarala Kariyawasam, among many others. The film was released in 2005, but released in Indian only in 2007.
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Featuring Naseeruddin Shah, Corin Nemec, and Sarika in lead roles, Parzania revolves around the Godhra riots. It shows a boy lost after the riots in 2002. Besides, it is based on a true story. Moreover, the movie was also able to win a National award. You can watch Parzania on Hotstar.
Directed by Deepak Mehta, Fire is another movie that sparked controversy and was finally banned. The film showcases two sisters-in-law falling in love with each other. Released back in 1996, Fire received critical applause. However, the film failed to make a mark on the large population due to its content. The movie is available on YouTube for you to watch.
Unfreedom is yet another movie that the Censor Board banned due to the portray of lesbian lovers. Additionally, it also shows a terrorist angle. Moreover, it also shows many nude scenes that were enough to ban the movie. The film features Victor Banerjee, Adil Hussain, and Bhanu Uday. The viewers can see the woman fighting against the arranged marriage. You can watch this movie on Netflix.
These are some of the banned movies in India that you can enjoy this weekend. Tell us your favourite movie that is banned in the country.