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01-22-2011, 10:03 AM #1
Bollywood's foul mouthed dialogues
No One Killed Jessica
Some movies stand out simply because of the colourful language used in the dialogues. We list out some of them... A group of journalists have apparently asked the police to register a case against the actors of 'No One Killed Jessica' for the abundant use of vulgar language in the film. Several B-Wood films in recent years have experimented with the language that the characters speak...
With Vishal Bhardwaj's 'Kaminey', chocolate boy of Bollywood Shahid Kapoor was portrayed in an entirely new light. Throughout the film, Shahid (playing gangster Charlie) speaks a volley of vulgar words and so do his co-stars who belong to the big, bad world of crime.
Vidya Balan who has an otherwise clean image in Bollywood surprised her fans when she mouthed several offensive words in 'Ishqiya' along with a very expletive body language. In post-release interviews, Vidya in fact confessed that in real life she hardly uses such profane language.
In true Vishal Bhardwaj style, 'Omkara' surprised the audience with a flurry of expletives spoken by all three male leads played by Ajay Devgn, Saif Ali Khan and Vivek Oberoi. The film that was set in the rustic regions of Uttar Pradesh closely depicts the local dialects spoken there.
This Anurag Kashyap film won many rave reviews but was also much talked about over the film's extensive use of expletives. All three lead characters in the film - Abhay Deol, Kalki and Mahi Gill abundantly use profanities.
Love Sex aur Dhokha
Several critics have said that there was an over-use of vulgar language and content and highly suggestive sexual innuendos in this film by Dibakar Banerjee.
The film received an 'A' certificate from the Censor Board for the abusive language spoken in the film. It was reported that while Bipasha Basu, the heroine in the film had no qualms mouthing obscene language, her co-stars got really uncomfortable while giving their shots beside her.
This film directed by Prakash Jha has a series of derogatory words spoken by the actors. 'Gangaajal' portrays the criminal underbelly of Bihar, including the police-politicians nexus
This Ram Gopal Varma film's screenplay was penned by Anurag Kashyap and Saurabh Shukla. The film explored Mumbai's underworld and gang wars and was a realistic portrayal of the kind of language spoken by the gangsters of Mumbai.
Based on the true story of dreaded dacoit Phoolan Devi, Shekhar Kapur's 'Bandit Queen' actually received a court notice complaining about the use of vulgar language in the film. The film throws light on the hapless condition of lower cast people in rural India who are at the mercy of landlords belonging to the higher social strata.
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