Ekta Kapoor's film Love, Sex aur Dhoka is drawing attention for its bold topic and nude scenes, but filmmaker Dibakar Banerjee, who had earlier made Khosla Ka Ghosla and Oye Lucky, Lucky Oye , says the movie not only contains a titillating subject but would attract audience for the way the “ bold subject” has been presented on the big screen.Bollywood films have often run shy of showing nude scenes and LSD is that rare film which made all efforts to shed its inhibitions.
The movie, from the Balaji Motion Pictures' stable, has chosen the unconventional route of telling the tale of the common emotions that most human beings experience — love, sex and betrayal. A sex scene in the film, which is an integral part of the script, is said to have stunned many.
However, for those who think that the sex scene was added merely for the purpose of sensational gratification, will be disappointed since the scene helps depict a part of the character's dilemma. “ If people want to see the film only for the bold scene, then I would advise them not to watch this movie. There is nothing much to expect from the scene,” Banerjee said.
LSD talks about how we have become a generation of voyeurs and flashers, a source said. “ Some audience will find it difficult to digest the content of the film.
But once they know the thought behind it, they will realise it is the hard truth and somebody needs to question the decision people take in their day- to- day life,” the source added.