A certified Content in Bollywood films is often a controversial topic in the media. When I talk about A certified films. Compared to Hollywood, Indian films are quite resistive towards the display of affection or lovemaking.

However, lately, Bollywood filmmakers have become bold in their filmmaking style and kissing scenes and sometimes lovemaking scenes are kind of common nowadays. There’s no hush-hush about these scenes as earlier and films featuring such scenes are most often released with a U/A certificate instead of A.

Best Adults Bollywood Films

‘A’ certified films in Bollywood are often under scrutiny by the Censor Board. Most recently, there have been a lot of incidences where CBFC has censored scenes and dialogues from the films considering them inappropriate.

Well, despite such conflicts and pressure from CBFC, there have been a lot of films produced in Adult Bollywood Films focused entirely on ‘A’ certified content or featuring some dialogues and scenes in the film.

Here we have collected some of the best A films of Bollywood ever made.

Kamasutra: A Tale of Love (1996)

Kamasutra A Tale of Love 1966

Well, a list of anything even close to A certified films is incomplete without the mention of the 1996 Indian film about historical romance film. The film is not actually a Bollywood film but considering it as the first-ever bold move by India in this genre. The film is directed by Mira Nair and features Indira Varma, Rekha, and Naveen Andrews in important roles. The film is based on the ancient Indian text, the Kama Sutra.

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Mera Naam Joker (1970)

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Mera Naam Joker can’t be totally considered as an 18+ film. Directed by Raj Kapoor, who also portrayed the titular character in the film, Mera Naam Joker is a pure entertainer. However, it has a nude scene featuring Simi Garewal. The film basically follows the life of Raju, portrayed by Raj Kapoor, and his journey to become one of the most loved clowns as well as his failure in love.

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Utsav (1984)

Utsav 1984 film

Directed by Girish Karnad, Utsav was first of its kind sensual movie in Bollywood. The film didn’t have a lot of scenes but still, Utsav was given “A” certificate as it was a bold film in the 80s. The film starred Rekha in the lead role whereas Shekhar Suman, Shashi Kapoor, Neena Gupta, and others played important roles.

Siddhartha (1972)

Siddhartha 1972 film

Well, Siddhartha is not technically a Bollywood film or a Hindi film either. However, this 1972 American film featured a complete Bollywood star cast. Directed by Conrad Rooks, the film tells the story of a young man Siddhartha, portrayed by Shashi Kapoor, who is embarked on a journey to find the meaning of life. The film is based on Herman Hesse’s novel of the same name and features some scenes between the lead pair, Shashi Kapoor and Simi Garewal.

Aastha: In the Prison of Spring (1997)

Aastha In the Prison of Spring 1997

Aastha: In the Prison of Spring is a 1997 Bollywood film starring Rekha, Om Puri, Navin Nischol, and Daisy in pivotal roles. Directed by Basu Bhattacharya, the film tells the story of a married woman, portrayed by Rekha, who turns to prostitution for material comforts that her husband couldn’t afford.

Ek Chhoti Si Love Story (2002)

Ek Chhoti Si Love Story 2002

Ek Chhotisi Love Story is a 2002 Hindi film featuring the love story between a young teenage boy and a woman in her late 20s. The film stars Manisha Koirala and Aditya Seal in the lead roles. The film is not considered bold just because of its plot but for some scenes featuring Manisha Koirala such as masturbating in the bathroom. Directed by Shashilal K. Nair, the film is an adaptation of Polish film titled A Short Film About Love.

Jism (2003)

Jism 2003 film

Jism is a 2003 debut film for John Abraham and also the first film featuring him opposite Bipasha Basu. The film justifies the title meaning body and is one of the first A certified thrillers of Bollywood that opened the gates for such genre. Directed by Amit Saxena, the film tells the story of an alcoholic lawyer who gets trapped by a sensuous woman and ends up in a murder conspiracy. Jism is a remake of 1981 Hollywood film Body Heat.

Murder (2004)

Murder 2004 adult film

After Jism, Vishesh Films realized the demand for thrillers in Bollywood. Their next venture in this genre was the 2004 thriller film Murder. The film is directed by Anurag Basu and is an unofficial remake of Hollywood film Unfaithful starring Richard Gere and Diane Lane. The film made Emraan Hashmi an overnight star and it was one of his first films that would eventually title him as the Serial Kisser.

Julie (2004)

Julie 2004 film adult film

Julie is yet another 2004 Hindi thriller film starring former Miss India Neha Dhupia in the titular role. Directed by Deepak Shivdasani, the film tells the story of a girl next door from Goa who moves to Mumbai after she feels betrayed by her boyfriend. She moves to Mumbai hoping for a change but at every step, she feels used by men just like her boyfriend and eventually turns to prostitution.

Hawas (2004)

Hawas 2004 film

While it is not as popular as other 2004 thrillers, Hawas makes it to our list as it was among those films that displayed some courage. Directed by Karan Razdan, the film is also a loose adaptation of the 2002 Hollywood thriller Unfaithful. The film stars Meghna Naidu, Shawar Ali, and Tarun Arora in the lead roles.

Rajeesh Nair is a true Gizmofreak and an addictive movie buff. He blogs at LifeBlender.com – a lifestyle Blogzine which focuses on general life related topics of the 21st Century.