In a rather hypocritical move, Kama Sutra - A Tale Of Love too faced the wrath of Censor Board which termed it 'explicit', 'unethical' and 'immoral' for the audiences of the nation which came up with the concept of Kama Sutra! This Mira Nair movie, which depicted the lives of four lovers in the 16th century in India, was a hit with the critics but a major flop with the Censor Board and ultimately got banned. We did see it coming.
Source: pinterest 4. Urf Professor (2000)
Another movie to run into trouble with the Censor Board was Pankaj Advani's Urf Professor starring Manoj Pahwa, Antara Mali and Sharman Joshi. The movie traces the journey of the protagonist after a hit-man's car and a winning lottery ticket goes missing and the chaos that follows. However, what irked the Censor Board were the 'vulgar scenes' and 'bold language' used in this black comedy, which ultimately led to a ban on the movie.
<spoiler> Hard to believe he took a suitcase full of money 'to protect the others' and then returned. Lara Dutta steals the show (she is real life Miss World) as the very beautiful prosecution lawyer/ Nargis has a superb item dance but it lasts less than a minute, really mad as it was the reason I went to see the movie!
One of the best Kung fu (invented in India) movies ever . Superb scenes of Kerala , watch the very long boats race. Story told in Bollywood style with songs and dances. Worth seeing twice , big hit in India