In pictures: A look at sex comedies in Bollywood

Updated: 01 February, 2016 13:59 IST
  • 'Mastizaade'
    Co-written by Milap Zaveri and Mushtaq Sheikh, 'Mastizaade' is a raunchy comedy of errors revolving around Aditya Chotia (Vir Das) and Sunny Kele (Tusshar Kapoor) who fall for the twin sisters, Lily and Laila, played by Sunny Leone. The film ran into trouble in 2015 for its risque content. It was denied a censor certificate in May 2015 and was given an 'A' certificate only in August 2015. 'Mastizaade' was slated to release on December 4, 2015 but the date was pushed ahead to avoid a clash with the erotic thriller 'Hate Story 3'. 'Mastizaade' finally released on January 29. Pic/Santa Banta
  • 'Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3'
    Tusshar Kapoor and Aftab Shivdasani play friends, who end up working as 'sexy' porn stars in Thailand. The heroine is Mandana Karimi, who is from a 'sanskari' family, and her second name unimaginatively is Karjatya (inspired by Barjatya if you still haven't got the hint). Now, Tusshar is in love with the Karjatya chick and he needs a family to impress her father. So, the porn stars come together to play his fake family and, as they say, rest is no mystery
  • 'Hunterrr'
    Directed by Harshavardhan Kulkarni, this sex comedy features Gulshan Devaiah, Radhika Apte and Sai Tamhankar in lead roles. Set amidst the backdrop of a Marathi household, 'Hunterrr' revolves around the life of a sex addict (Gulshan) and his wild journeys. Pic/Santa Banta
  • 'Kya Kool Hain Hum'
    This 2005 surprise hit set the ball rolling, and sex comedies have become the must-try genre now. Although critics panned the film, Riteish and Tusshar's dirty talk found takers
  • 'Masti'
    A year before 'Kyaa Kool Hai Hum', this Indra Kumar film gave us a glance of things to come. Masti has three friends Meet (Vivek Oberoi), Prem (Aftab Shivdasani) and Amar (Riteish Deshmukh), who are bored of the ghar ki daal (their wives) and are looking for biryani (love outside marriage)
  • 'Shaadi No. 1'
    David Dhawan, who had lost his golden touch by now (2005), got together an ensemble cast in which the heroes are unsatisfied with their wives and look for love outside. With nothing new on offer, the film bombed
  • 'No Entry'
    A comedy of errors, No Entry had a suspicious wife, a faithful husband, a casanova, who masquerades as a devoted hubby and, above all, lots of confusion
  • 'Desi Boyz'
    In this flick, Jerry (Akshay Kumar) and Nick (John Abraham) are forced to become male escorts, after being hit hard by recession
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    'Delhi Belly': The film centres around roommates, Tashi (Imran Khan), Nitin (Kunaal Roy Kapur), and Arup (Vir Das), who deep in debt. With plenty of double meaning dialogues, and D.K. Bose, 'Delhi Belly' found resonance with youngsters
  • 'Dostana'
    The Tarun Mansukhani film took sex comedy to a different level, as it had two men kissing on screen Sameer (Abishek Bachchan) and Kunal (John Abraham). The film lacked quality content, but some gay jokes were funny
  • 'Pyaar Ka Punchnaama'
    The film had fresh faces, and dealt with three bachelors, who fall in love but realise that they are only being used by the girls
  • 'Luv Ka The End'
    Luv Nanda (Taaha Shah) gets Rhea (Shraddha Kapoor) into bed just to win the Billionaire Boys Club contest. Seeking revenge, Rhea screws up Luv's life
  • 'Ladies v/s Ricky Bahl'
    Ricky Bahl (Ranveer Singh) is the typical conman, who cons a number of women. Three of these females then gang up to get back at him
  • 'Boom'
    This Kaizad Gustad film, which told of the nexus between fashion industry and underworld, boomeranged at the box office. The only boon from Boom was that Bollywood got Katrina Kaif
  • 'Julie'
    This sleazy 2004 flick had Julie (Neha Dhupia) as a call girl. Mihir (Priyanshu Chatterjee) falls in love with her but is unaware of her profession. The film was in the news briefly for its hot scenes
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With sex comedies 'Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3' and 'Mastizaade' releasing back-to-back within a week of each other, here's a look at Bollywood flicks that touch the 'taboo' topic and also make you laugh

First Published: 29 January, 2016 15:03 IST