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The Reality-cast, produced and edited in Bangalore, India. Vice much about naked people, but with a strong script, striking performances, and fearless sex. Such was the case with director Priyadarshini, whose multi-award-winning The West Bengal Saga was one of the first films to break traditional sex rules in Hindi cinema. More variety, more sex, more kink, more strip-tease would be the themes of her various other films in the early ’90s.
Priyadarshini went in for exploring new styles and stories, and this was the stage where she introduced the first-ever Indian film with a story by Ramgopal Varma in 1991, called Ganguly. The story was set in the middle of the nineteenth century, somewhere around 1846-47, and it had a plot about the rise of a rebellious sepoy, played by Saeed Jaffrey, who goads British soldiers to fight by showing them porn videos. That was an epoch-making film and it seemed like it would revolutionize Indian filmmaking, but that dream died with the neglect and cluelessness of the Bollywood industry.
Although she did not work on the first Indian sex comedy, The Kashmir Ki Kali (1992), Priyadarshini came back to the scene in 1993, with a movie called Nagina, where she played a raunchy sexpot who insisted on taking the initiative, which made for a hilarious film—complete with a cat-fight scene, a dog-fight scene, and a cup-fight scene, and a few other things.
There have been other bumps and bruises in the road of Bollywood, where Priyadarshini’s films were never considered mainstream, but they’ve been significant, and they’ve helped make what has become a hyper-sexualized movie industry, unique, at least in India. The Karma of Sex (1997) started her mainstream turn, where she shifted to human-interest stories. She played a pair of middle-aged parents who are completely overburdened with life’s responsibilities. One of them, Mahima Chaudhury, plays a perfect Indian wife and mother, but she�