14 Bollywood movies that got banned in India

Bollywood is among the largest cinema houses in the world. It is the center key of the filmmaking. When it comes to filmmaking, the not even film makes it up to the big screens as there are still people I mean the censor board that stamps the film and make it OK to be sent for the screenplay in theaters.There were many films that you might but even have heard of, these were the banned movies. Have a look at the films that were banned


Bandit Queen (1994)

Bandit Queen (1994)

The movie proves all type of vulgarity that it could which be offended most of the critics. The movie contains a lot of sexual content, which became the reason for banning it.

Fire (1996)


The movie was based on the sexual relationship between the two sister-in-laws which was offended by the Hindu system. Deepa Mehta and the two actresses Shabana Azmi and Nandita Day threatened to death.

Kama Sutra – A Tale Of Love (1996)

Kama Sutra - A Tale Of Love (1996)

The movie was all sort of the unconventional ideas of the society, it was immoral, unethical and not acceptable to the larger part of the audience.

Urf Professor (2000)

Urf Professor (2000)

The movie portrayed intense Black comedy as well as bold and vulgar scenes.

The Pink Mirror (2003)

The Pink Mirror (2003)

The movie revolves around the story of the seduction of a straight man to gay.

Paanch (2003)


The movie dealt with the drug abuse and the sexual violence.

Black Friday (2004)

Black Friday

The movie, unfortunately, faced a stay order from The Bombay High Court. As it dealt with the 1993 Bombay blasts case and remained slated-to-release.

Parzania (2005)


The movie was banned in Gujarat as the story revolves around the Missing if a boy named Azhar.

Sins (2005)


The movie entangles the relationship between the priest and a woman, which is against religion.

Water (2005)


Issues like ostracism and misogyny were a part of the movie that made it banned among the Indian cinema.

Firaaq (2008)


The movie is based on the Gujarat riots. Nandita Das again hurt the sentiments of both Hindu and Muslim which results in the banning of the movie.

Gandu (2010)

Gandu (2010)

The name itself is very unpleasing and so does the movie. The movie had a lot of buzz including scenes of oral sex and nudity.

Inshallah, Football (2010)

Inshallah, Football

This film main aim was intended to bring out the various problems that are faced by the civilians due to the insurgencies and militancy in the Kashmir Valley.

Dazed in Doon (2010)

Dazed in Doon (2010)

Well if no one knows then, Doon School is one of the most reputed schools of the country. It is showing the journey of a boy who has led a life in the school more movies was banned because it was adding a bad reputation to the school.

Their movies, however, hold an important and social ideologies, that are not accepted by the conventions of the country. Therefore, becoming the main reason to ban the movies and avoid any sort of enlightenment.


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14 Bollywood movies that got banned in India
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