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10 movies with more cuss words than dialogues

  • 2017-11-12
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10 movies with more cuss words than dialogues

As a society, us, the Indians, are pretty hypocritical to talk of. We would go to lengths to use the choicest of abuses amongst our friends but when it is documented on a screen, nobody likes it. Here, ten Bollywood movies that used enough cuss words to offend the public.

1.) Satya
Directed by Ram Gopal Varma, this one is based on the underworld goons and mafias, the life that they live and the things that they do. Having said that, you’d know now, it had to be here, goons do not refine the language, eh?


2.) Delhi Belly
You know forget the movie, lets start from the start. The song that essentially worked as the best promotional and marketing tool was the infamous “Bhaag Bhaag DK Bose.” This one, though Bollywood, has a very beautifully cussed cocktail of desi and videsi words; there’s a little bit of something for all!

Delhi Belly

3.) Dirty Politics
A movie that didn’t really do good on the box office and neither did it make place in the hearts of the viewers (oops). With Mallika Sherawat, Om Puri, Naseeruddin Shah and Ashutosh Rana, Dirty Politics actually made news only for the profanity that it showed in its promos and everywhere else. However, the moviecannot be blamed really as it is on the theme of politics; with Mallika Sherawat sharing some intimate scenes with Om.

Dirty Politics

4.) Bandit Queen
Apart from a lot of abuses hurled with utmost profanity, this movie actually caused a lot of rage amongst the Censor board as well as the general public. Seema Biswas, the lead, was actually spotted doing the unconventional nude scenes as well as being caught in situations as grim as a rape.

Bandit Queen

5.) Gangs of Wasseypur
After all those memes and Facebook pages, now this one had to be here, yea? The movie has Uttar Pradesh all over it; it is written, shot, promoted, produced – everything there. And Uttar Pradesh, as we all know it, does not really consider mannerism as long as the right feeling is delivered.

Gangs of Wasseypur

6.) Mohalla Assi
A rather unpopular, low budget flick, this one did make its own news because of the blasphemy – if we may say. It is a religious satire about the commercialisation of a holy city and the whole saga of ‘guruji’ and ‘panditji.’ It even hurt a lot of religious sentimets, really!

Mohalla Assi

7.) Udta Punjab
Oh maa da, teri maa da, durgs di maa di! That is pretty much of this movie, really. Jk, this one’s actually great with the cusses, trust us, watch it if you haven’t already.

Udta Punjab

8.) Omkara
Built upon the fictions of one of the greatest writers ever, William Shakespeare, Omkara did not shy with utmost usage of language and words in all senses. If you know what we mean, uh huh!


 9.) Ishqiya
One of the most underrates movies of all times – on the part of the audience. This one has one of the best songs of all times (Dil toh baccha hai ji, anyone?), the best cuss words of all times and also so, has attracted some great controversies of all times. Despite a low performance on the box Office, Ishqiya managed a lot of love and appreciation from the critics and at award functions.


10.) No One Killed Jessica
A very raw, no-nonsense film, this one was one of the biggest reality-check for the journalists and politicians. The movie received the best film award at the Filmfare Festival and Rani Mukherjee, despite all the abusing and swearing, got the Best Actress too!
No One Killed Jessica



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