MTv just aired India’s first Lesbian kiss boldly, and Censor Board is dumb. It’s rare on Indian Television when a young hot girl throws a withering look to the aunt living next door, and their romantic gossips. Impossible in Indian TV, right? Sharmistha just aired her first lesbian kiss on Indian Television & no offense but not even the Censor Board have any objections on this. Well, I guess they might be busy on their future plans on ‘How to make pass the whole movie: The Great Grand Masti’.
MTv aired India’s first Lesbian kiss boldly
Well, unfortunately the series of MTv is having the title ‘The Big F’; now that adds the spice in the meal. The 45-minute show where two Indian elated and beautiful are attracted towards each other ending up kissing together & even no one to protest in ‘Mera Bharat Mahan’, isn’t it strange?
The Big F with sub slogan of ‘Forbidden First Fantasies’ (Pardon for not putting any unnecessary full stops in between the Fs) comes with a poster of Gautam Gulati with a stone-faced model sitting or seducing on his lap makes no sense of him with golden whips, champagne bottles, flowers, naked legs and giant red lollipops around.
Coming to the point as the sixth episode of this season called ‘I Kissed A Girl’ is about a young fashion designing student Sharmistha, who has a best friend Madhurima.The story has obviously some twists when Madhurima still can’t decide whom to choose between Sharmistha or her bestie boy. Finally she is really into something and tells Sharmistha ”I want you” and the episode ends.
‘I Kissed A Girl‘ is not without its flaws and in their exhort to set up the women lead pair as feisty, the writers give them over-the-top dialogues which looks too picture-perfect and confusing. ‘I Kissed A Girl’ is tiny path waving towards a more inclusive and relatable television in India. After all, even India’s much blatant ‘first lesbian ad‘ by Myntra was only showcased on YouTube, and not widely on Television.
A big thumbs up to MTV India for taking a risk and guts to show it on Television openly whereas our legal system is still pulling us back from achieving equal status for the LGBT community, and maybe the future for sexual minorities is not so bleak. MTv just aired India’s first Lesbian kiss boldly news is viral all over India.
Article publié pour la première fois le 19/11/2015