Adult comedy film lands Big Boss star Oviya in trouble
MUMBAI: A newly-released adult comedy is making headlines in India due to its bold content.
Oviya’s 90ML, directed by Anita Udeep, is being criticised for glorifying drinking and smoking and for showcasing women discussing their sexual lives on screen.
The 90 ML starring Masoom Shankar, Anson Paul, Monisha Ram, Shree Gopika, Bommu Lakshmi and Tej Raj are is an adult comedy about five young women, who bond over cigarettes, drinks, and gossips.
The Tamil film exploring the desires of young modern women seems to have offended the moralists.
Yesterday, popular producer Dhananjayan and the film’s director Anita Udeep had a war of words on Twitter over the film.
While the producer slammed the film, the director called out Dhananjayan’s double standards.
Now, the states women wing of a political outfit called Indian National League Party has filed a complaint against the film and Oviya for allegedly spoiling the youngsters and culture of our society.
They filed the complaints with the Chennai Commissioner office, India Today reported.
The chief of INLP women’s wing has said that such films will propagate ‘rape culture’. She called the film a disgrace to Tamil cinema.
According to India Today, the film is still running successfully at the box office as youngsters seem to have taken a liking to the film.