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Ram Gopal Varma’s lesbian film review | A big failure & highly objectionable

The maker of brilliant movies like Satya and Company has highly degraded himself with his latest. Ram Gopal Varma‘s lesbian film named Dangerous is nothing but another act of publicity. As Varma describes, Dangerous is his first lesbian/crime action film.  

The film Dangerous is a highly dangerous offensive movie. It is a very truthful and raw take of lesbianism. The trailer shows us, two young women, mostly in bikinis, kissing one another with a faked passion. We are told they turned into lovers because their respective boyfriends treated them badly. 

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Ram Gopal Varma’s lesbian film review | A big failure & highly objectionable

The film stars Apsara Rani and Naina Ganguly in the lead roles. The crime drama is filmed with shoddy camera work from start to finish. The film shows two girls fall in love because they were disappointed with their loves in heterosexuality. Is that how someone becomes homosexual? Maybe Ram Gopal Varma purposely made such an offensive movie to get a bad reaction from the netizens. 

Well, if that was the case, he succeeded. Netizens are outraged on the social media on the film Dangerous. Pity the two actresses Naina Ganguly and Apsara Rani. Their careers are over even before they started. The filmmaker never misses an opportunity, or in fact, creates instances to be bashed by the public.  

The movie is nothing but yet another big fail. Moreover, it is one to start a riot or be banned from releasing for its highly disturbing content. Tell us will you dare to watch the film Dangerous? If yes, do tell us your review of the film. 

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