LSD: Love, Sex aur Dhokha

Explicit. 


That’s the word that comes into your mind when you think about the movie. And explicit not in a bad way but in a bold, “there should be more indian movies like this” way. Dibakar Bannerjee has dared to venture where Indian directors seldom dare to. The movie has everything from sex scenes (blurred, but  clear nonetheless) to explicit abuses to a be-heading scene. When you see this movie, you think this is reality, because when people talk in real life, they talk the way shown in the movie, not the way they show in the other movies. When someone is going to kill someone, they don’t call them kutte(dog), they use much choicier language. Also bold was the choice to have a song named Tum nangi achhi lagti ho (You look good nude); tum kali si kachhi lagti ho (You look as un-ripe as a blossoming flower)

The movie follows 3 stories and one gets to know the characters well. Like his previous movies,
Bannerjee shows a few good facts about delhi (people start fighting over petty matters), everyone showing off how many people they know, how much money they have etc and how ruthless they can be.



If you are going to see the movie with any expectations about how a movie should be, either drop those expectations or don’t go; just don’t sit there complaining about what type of movie this is (for you Sonal). This is not your typical movie; in fact it is not even a proper movie. But it will affect you nonetheless. You won’t get bored anytime in the movie. You will either be laughing, be afraid or be horrified; but not bored.

3 thoughts on “LSD: Love, Sex aur Dhokha”

  1. moviez lyk LSD and dev d r cheap pronographic propagands dat uze shock value to sell there cinema. its so embarassing 2 watch dem wid frenz or parentz. modern indian directors r tryin 2 hard 2 be different. we desparetely need directorz lyk yash chopra n suraj barjatiya. we need gud moviez lyk DDLJ, jab we met, maine pyar kiya.

  2. Pornographic???? Where exactly did you find the “porn”? Unless you don't know what porn means and have never seen it.No one forced you to watch it with your parents.. As far as friends go, I wonder what type of friends you have if you find it embarrassing to watch a movie like LSD with your friends.Just because you like fake movies with song and dance and lot of emotional drama doesn't mean everyone else hates their life too (and want to live in a fairy tale world through cinema).You're welcome to watch DDLJ and maine pyar kiya

  3. @sno_vite: be realistic. What that movie presents is what is happening these days. They are not trying to be diff.. they r bold enough to present the truth. And as for Yash Chopra .. well i guess he also tries to do the same but all the vulgar (they way to put it) is masked by the high profile faces, sky high budget and flashy names. He presents it in sophisticated way that is it. They are all the same …

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