The Leena Yadav-coordinated Parched has been getting rave audits and winning honors on the interna tional celebration circuit. In any case, on Sunday, the dusty show spinning around three ladies in a remote town in Gujarat who break free of exceptionally old customs which have kept them secured bondage was making news for an alternate reason after two lovemaking groupings highlighting Radhika Apte rose on the web.
One of them demonstrated the region of her exposed back as she bolts lips, while the other included frontal nakedness. The creators had wanted to obscure out the last for the film’s dramatic discharge in India. Them becoming famous online come as an inconsiderate stun.
Maker Aseem Bajaj was unconscious of the episode and when educated said he may approach the digital cell of the Mumbai police to have them expelled. “I don’t think the leak happened in India.The film has released in the US and France and its possible someone uploaded them from there. The scenes are not sensational or titillating in any way. But in our country while rape vid eos are available freely, sex is still considered taboo so we had planned to blur out the breasts. Radhika plays a woman who has been beaten up all her life and is yearning for a loving touch,” he informs.
The producer goes on to add that there was never any intention to objectify the actress. “She’s like my sister, we did not set out to exploit her in any way. This kind of attitude stems from the way people view such scenes. I didn’t see men in the US and France `getting excited’. We haven’t sent the film to the Indian censors yet but I am confident the CBFC will understand the thought behind them and agree that they are integral to the narrative. We are not ashamed of these scenes.”
This isn’t the first time Radhika’s nude scenes have been leaked online. Last year, a clip from Anurag Kashyap’s 20-minute short film made its way to the internet too. The cyber cell had registered a case against an unknown person for leaking the clip.
Anurag’s film was part of an anthology which featured top directors from countries like Japan, Chile, Australia and Mexico with the recurring theme of `forbidden love.’ It was meant to release only in the international market and was inspired by a true story. The sequence in question was only a few seconds long and had the actress lifting her dress to expose her lower front part. It was absolutely non-sexual and, sensitive to his actress, Anurag had filmed it with an allwomen crew.
Even during the post-production, the sequence was either sent blank or pixelated so nobody would even know who it featured. The film was delivered to New York around March 2015 and out of nowhere the video popped up online. Anurag had got in touch with then Mumbai Police Commissioner, Rakesh Maria, and the cyber crime branch took it on as top pri ority. Facebook and Whatsapp were also written to and the video was eventu ally taken off.