Here Are 11 Steamiest & S*xiest Bedroom Scenes in Bollywood History.. No 9 is too Hot


There are numerous reasons why Bollywood has been fascinating cinema lovers worldwide over the years. Actors from the tinsel town of India such as Amitabh Bachchan, Shahrukh Khan and Salman Khan have earned millions of fans even in far flung nations across the globe. Apart from its extravagantly choreographed songs and lavish sets, these flicks are also famous for a few of their scenes. Although this Indian film world is as popular as the famous Hollywood, it is still not as bold and explicit as the west in portraying sensuality and erotica. Hence, even a few instances of steamy Bollywood movie scenes have grabbed eyeballs and attracted the audiences towards cinema halls across the country. Some of the movies containing such scenes have also been banned by the censor board since it felt that these flicks don’t suit the sensibility of Indians. However, these bold moves by Indian filmmakers have gained wide acceptance amongst Bollywood fans residing in the nation and abroad. Here are 11 of the steamiest scenes of Bollywood history, which went on to become a rage, especially amongst the youth of India.

1. Siddhartha
In an era where even a lip lock raised the eyebrows of the masses, Shashi Kapoor, a top star of Bollywood went on to do an intimate scene, which went on to become one of the most iconic steamy scenes of all time. The scene showed Shashi establishing physical contact with the sensuous Simi Garewal, which seemed more like a celluloid recreation of the ancient erotic text, ‘Kamasutra’.

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2. Prem Aggan
This movie marked the debut of the Bollywood hottie Fardeen Khan and was even known for the spicy bedroom scene between the actor and his onscreen love interest, actress Meghana. The actor had already made waves for his hot bod even before his debut and then this hot scene made the film fraternity and the masses stand up and notice Fardeen. Although the movie bombed at the box office, the movie is remembered for this iconic scene.

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