Mumbai: The hot sex scene between Radhika Apte and Adil Hussain from international movie Parched leaked on internet, which is making lots of news around the world.
The sex scene, which shows Adil and Radhika both topless making love, was leaked a couple of days back by culprits who are yet to be identified.
The movie Parched is about three women in a remote Gujarat village who break free of century-old traditions of servitude and patriarchy.
Pot of the movie Parched revolves around four women living an unwanted life in a village of north-western region of India which is still suffering from old age ridiculed traditions like the forced child marriages, the financial difficulties, the spousal and familial rape, the physically and emotionally abusive alcoholic husbands. Rani (Tannishtha Chatterjee) has been window since half of her life who is trying all her out to get her son, Gulab (Riddhi Sen) married to a beautiful girl Janki (Lehar Khan) from neighboring village.
Then there is Lajjo (Radhika Apte), a friend of Rani, they both are skilled and work for a local entrepreneur Kishan (Sumeet Vyas). Lajjo is childless and wants to conceive desperately but fails, above that her alcoholic husband Manoj batters her every night.
The fourth women in Bijli (Surveen Chawla) local erotic dancer who is the feast in the eyes of village men. She not just dances but fulfills inner desires of many men during dry sensuous nights of the village.
The men of village fear the development and skill of the women and want to live the styled life left by their forefathers. The entwined story of these four women shows who live in a tightly controlled world, hemmed in by tradition, but in their private spaces, they talk about love, sex and their dreams for the future.
The twist to the story comes when Rani discovers Janki is dishonored in her village, Lajjo is tired of the brutality of her husband and Bijli is jealous of a new girl who might replace her. This leads to a journey of freedom and finding a solace in each other together.
The movie was shown in the Special Presentations section of the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival.