6 Banned Films Streaming on OTT

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Black Friday (2004) - Disney+ Hotstar

Anurag Kashyap's "Black Friday," banned for its raw depiction of the 1993 Bombay bombings, can be streamed on Disney+ Hotstar, providing audiences with an intense and gritty portrayal of the events surrounding the tragic incident.

The Girl With A Dragon Tattoo (2011) - Prime Video

The movie featured a controversial topic and unsettling depictions of sexual assault and abuse. CBFC asked director David Fincher to remove these scenes, but he declined. As a result, the film was banned from being released in India.

Parzania - Disney+ Hotstar

Despite facing a ban in Gujarat, "Parzania" is available on Disney+ Hotstar, allowing viewers to witness this powerful film based on true events surrounding the Gujarat riots, directed by Rahul Dholakia.

Gandu (2010) - Netflix

"Gandu" on Netflix is a provocative Indian film known for its bold storytelling and explicit content, exploring the unconventional journey of its titular character through a unique narrative lens.

Hostel 2 (2007) - Prime Video Rent

The film was banned from theatrical release in various countries, including Germany and New Zealand, due to its graphic scenes of torture, and in 2007, in the UK, politicians argued that possessing images from the movie could be deemed illegal.

The Last House on The Left (2009) - Prime Video Rent

The film was banned in the UK, and contrary to popular belief, it wasn’t banned in Australia on its initial release, but it wasn’t picked up for distribution due to its graphic and disturbing scenes.