Lipstick Under My Burkha, the movie that empowers women and treats them as humans and not some godess will finally be released in India after its battle against the CBFC (Central Board of Film Certification) and its head, Pahlaj Nihalani. Lipstick Under My Burkha recently released their new trailer and it is everything that the censor board was against. From showing women’s want for sex and their lust side, to calling out Pahlaj Nihalani with the help of various news reports, the new trailer of Lipstick is unlike anything we have every seen and needs to be seen. The movie is set to release in India on July 21, 2017 and the latest trailer dares to show Ratna Patak Shah in a swimsuit and makes several bold statements.
The new trailer of Lipstick Under My Burkha begins with the controversies that it had to face, thanks to the sensor board and immediately shows a sex scene of Konkana Sen Sharma and shared some comments that were made about the movie. From showing Ratna Pathak Shah reading an erotic magazine to the statement that reads, “They called it ‘A Woman’s Fantasy above life’” and “The said it has contagious sexual scenes” the trailer calls out CBFC and delviers everything that they protested againt.
The trailer goes on to actually have a rant which questions the various restrictions put on women by the “authorities” that have cut the wings that women in India are born with and yes it continoues to show intense sex scenes, and sex talks. The winner of 11 international awards also shows Ratna Pathak Shah in a swimsuit, a bare backed woman who comes while talking dirty on the phone and finally ends with Konkona Sen Sharma trying to buy condoms at a pharmace with her kids. The trailer bluntly promises that the movie will be everything that the board protested from and will finally bring out some quality content for women to enjoy!
Here is the trailer of Lipstick Under My Burkha
Lipstick Under My Burkha is a movie revolving around four women and their life including their wild sexual fantasies as well as simple experiences like masturbating and buying a condom that are normal for women but have hardly ever been talked about. The censor board and its chief, Pahlaj Nihalani had issues with the topic and felt that the movie was too bold to be released, as it showed that women enjoyed having sex. However, the internationally acclaimed award winning movie will be released in India at last on July 21, 2017. So ladies book the dates, It is coming!