Apsara Rani And Naina Ganguly Chemistry Is Visible In RGV Dangerous


Apsara Rani And Naina Ganguly Chemistry Is Visible In RGV Dangerous

I have been an admirer of good cinema and Indian directors have never come up with bold LGBTQIA+ stories ever on screen. If we look back, we see like dozens (means less) of Indian films on LGBTQ but which one really touches you or makes you touch.

Okay, maybe there are one or two, but that’s not enough and we always crave for more. While all things going on not-so-smoothly, RGV announced his romantic thriller film Dangerous which is about a lesbian couple. Isn’t it great?

Why RGV’s Dangerous Is A Good Movie?

While most of the Indian films are about homo-phobia, this film is about homosexuality in every way. Both the actresses Naina Ganguly and Apsara Rani have shown beautiful chemistry. For instance, there are songs and romantic duet for the lovers as well.

The story of the Dangerous revolves around two women who have had some bad experiences with men and somehow passionately fall for each other. Like seriously, they fall for each other in the same way, heroes and heroines do in the 90s of Bollywood.

Ram Gopal Varma is way too excited about this project. He said, “It will be the first in India to culturally elevate the stigma of LGBT after the honorable Supreme Court repealed section 377. I intend to depict a love story between two women with as much respect and dignity as between a man and a woman.”

The film is entirely shot in Goa. Apart from the exhilarating chemistry of Apsara Rani and Naina Ganguly, the whole movie looks like a seedy drama. And Ram Gopal Varma’s love for the women’s thighs. Truth to be told, this movie is not the finest work by the director or actors. It is something new to the Indian cinema and we should be looking forward to it.

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