Lust Stories (2018)

  |  Drama, Romance

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Lust Stories is the sequel to 2013 movie Bombay Talkies presenting four short films by four of India's biggest directors exploring love, sex and relationships in modern India.

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  • Manisha Koirala in Lust Stories (2018)
  • Sanjay Kapoor in Lust Stories (2018)
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  • Radhika Apte in Lust Stories (2018)
  • Radhika Apte and Akash Thosar in Lust Stories (2018)
  • Manisha Koirala in Lust Stories (2018)

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16 June 2018 | jijogeorgealex-61308
| Staring at a wall for 2 hours would have been worth it
First of all, i am not a Bollywood fan. I think most of the Bollywood movies out there are just money grabbing machines, although some are worth watching( Rajkumar hiranis and aamir khan movies). Bollywood seems to apply the formula of women +feminism+love- mens views= a women crowd puller. Coming to this movie they have cheated netflix by saying that they are adding a new concept and wonder what? Lust!!. What a new concept right? Just the right formula to get both critics appraisal and grab money from the poor audience, mostly feminists. The movie started with radhika aptes story, who is a teacher obsessed with one of her students. There are mental thoughts happening with her which are shown as an interview section. The end was pretty average for general audience and mind blowing for feminists. The second movie was literally us staring at a wall for over 30 minutes. The movie was pointless and didnt knew where it was going. The third movie can be described as another wall which the audience needs to stare for a long time except one difference.. the wall is painted with a new colour. The best part was the last film by karan johar. This film had some life in it and provides occassional laughs. The end scene could have been funny if it was not copied from the Gerard butler movie 'The ugly truth'. The scene was hilarious except the fact that it doesnt have the charm of the original movie. Overall this movie is just a typical movie which feminists can hold debates and appreciate. But for a regular movie buff this is just a money grabbing fare and can give it a skip. Watch The little death instead.

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