Apsara Rani, Naina Ganguly’s ‘Dangerous: Khatra’ To Release In Theatres On April 8

Director Ram Gopal Varma’s most Controversial first lesbian film ‘Dangerous: Khatra’ Is Ready For Release In Theaters After Being Cleared By the Censor Board! To Know The Releasing Date. Ram Gopal Varma’s most controversial film Dangerous: Khatra, made on the first lesbian love story in India, is finally ready to hit the theatres on 8th April 2022.

The film was waiting to be cleared by the censor board for its bold subject and female homosexual love story and then the film was passed by the censor board with an ‘A’ certificate.

Ram Gopal Varma has expressed happiness by sharing the release date on the poster of the film through Twitter. In a recent interview, Ram Gopal Varma said that “we didn’t expect much of ‘Dangerous: Khatra to pass through the censors as it is a love story between two women, but gay after the abrogation of Section 377. The relationship has been legalised. Dangerous: I am very happy when the first Indian lesbian film gets an A certificate, I would be very disappointed if it does not get an A certificate”.

The story of the film is based on the love between two women and their homosexual relationship. Those who are dissatisfied with this male-dominated society are attracted to each other. Very bold and intimate scenes have been shot in this crime thriller-drama film. In the film, the hot sirens of South films Apsara Rani and Naina Ganguly are in the lead roles.

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