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Thread: Top 10 Hot Adult BGrade Hindi Movies - A Sinful List

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    Exclamation Top 10 Hot Adult BGrade Hindi Movies - A Sinful List

    1. Retake – Phir Ek Baar





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    3. Angoor(Kanti shah Ki)

    4. Rain - The terror with in



    5. Karar



    6. Tauba Tauba



    7. Hawas



    8. Bedroom



    9. Fun – Can Be Dangerous Sometimes



    10. Bobby

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    Hawas is B-Grade movie ? I watched the movie bunking class becuz fooled by movie poster in which Meghna Naidu is hot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ânjään View Post


    Hawas is B-Grade movie ? I watched the movie bunking class becuz fooled by movie poster in which Meghna Naidu is hot
    diffenec between b garde and Porn needs to be discovered before investing money ....... so sorry for your innocent school savings got wasted
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    nice compilation... buy i would have selected a few more movies by antara biswas...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dsocialdoctor View Post
    diffenec between b garde and Porn needs to be discovered before investing money ....... so sorry for your innocent school savings got wasted


    I am saying Hawas is not B-Grade movie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ânjään View Post


    I am saying Hawas is not B-Grade movie
    B Grade movies means small budget movie, acted by flop or second level actors with some sex theme story.
    Its not badly produced as C grade, but below industry standard.
    But, explanation of SD is proved that he is Genius.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~!@#$% View Post
    B Grade movies means small budget movie, acted by flop or second level actors with some sex theme story.
    Its not badly produced as C grade, but below industry standard.
    But, explanation of SD is proved that he is Genius.
    Hawas ("Lust") is a Hindi movie released in 2004. Like another Bollywood movie, Murder, it is an adaptation of the American film Unfaithful (2002). Hawas was directed by Karan Razdan and stars Meghna Naidu, Shawar Ali and Tarun Arora.



    How can be it is below industry standard ? If we consider Himmatwala and Kick ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~!@#$% View Post
    B Grade movies means small budget movie, acted by flop or second level actors with some sex theme story.
    Its not badly produced as C grade, but below industry standard.
    But, explanation of SD is proved that he is Genius.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ânjään View Post
    Hawas ("Lust") is a Hindi movie released in 2004. Like another Bollywood movie, Murder, it is an adaptation of the American film Unfaithful (2002). Hawas was directed by Karan Razdan and stars Meghna Naidu, Shawar Ali and Tarun Arora.



    How can be it is below industry standard ? If we consider Himmatwala and Kick ?
    If you think any candle march will affect "Islamic Terrorism", you are fooling yourself, Kill them or be ready for next attack !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ânjään View Post


    I am saying Hawas is not B-Grade movie
    If you think any candle march will affect "Islamic Terrorism", you are fooling yourself, Kill them or be ready for next attack !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ânjään View Post
    Hawas ("Lust") is a Hindi movie released in 2004. Like another Bollywood movie, Murder, it is an adaptation of the American film Unfaithful (2002). Hawas was directed by Karan Razdan and stars Meghna Naidu, Shawar Ali and Tarun Arora.



    How can be it is below industry standard ? If we consider Himmatwala and Kick ?
    Hollywood itself came up with the idea of A and B pictures, and that idea became a standard for the way movies were shown from the early depression years until the concept petered out in the early seventies.

    An "A" picture was one that had all of the production values the public had come to expect: popular actors and actresses, lavish costumes, wonderful set, good musical background, good photography, and a clear concise script with good dialog and a happy ending. It wasn't hard to get the public to attend an A film, and all an exhibitor needed to go with an A movie was a cartoon, any short subject one reel film, a newsreel, and of course the requisite previews of coming attractions. The only trouble with A pictures was they were expensive to make, tied up movie stars for weeks longer than the B pictures, and most studios only made a certain number of A pictures a year.

    B pictures featured actors who either weren't quite as popular as they once had been or actors the studio hoped would become stars, were shot in a hurry, had scripts by second-rate writers, used whatever costumes and sets were left over from previous productions, and didn't cost all that much to make. Unfortunately, it was hard to get the public to go see a B picture, but it was discovered early on that the public would go see a "double feature movie" that featured two B movies, plus a cartoon, a short subject, a newsreel, a travelog or a one reeler featuring a popular band playing some songs people would know from the radio, and of course the previews of coming attractions.

    Eventually, most studios had A units and B units which made the respective films for distribution. A units spent the lion's share of financing for each studio, but it was often the B film units that made the most money for the studios by grinding out far more features than the A units and by sometimes making a B picture that audiences would attend as if it were an A picture. B units became the place for new actors and actresses, directors, writers, composers, and cameramen to prove themselves and, sometimes, even learn their trades.

    Double feature movies were common throughout the thirties and early forties, but around 1943 or early 1944 the war changed the movie business again and what has sometimes been called "C" movies, but were more often called "Z grade movies" started being distributed. At the height of the war before D-Day and the invasion of "Fortress Europe," the public was so discouraged by daily news, which was mostly news about World War two, that they flocked to movie theaters and would watch anything that would help them escape reality for a three hours. The military had drafted a few male movie stars, and quite a few more had joined one branch of the military or another (the Army Air Corp, which later became the Air Force, was the most popular branch of the military for actors to join), and many of the top directors had been drafted or had joined, as had quite a few studio staff like cameramen, sound men, carpenters, electricians, musicians, and so on so movie production had tapered off some. The supply of both A and B films was less than it had been for years, but the demand for movies was higher so the "Z" films started being distributed. The Z movies featured actors and actresses that were either washed up (like Lymon Chitzy, for example) or were complete unknowns, extremely poor production values, and scripts that sometimes didn't quite make sense. Z films were also shorter than B movies which tended to be a bit shorter than A movies. An A movie might run for a tad over ninty minutes to almost two hours, where a B movie might run for seventy to eighty-five minutes. A few Z movies were as short as 45 minutes and most probably averaged just a few minutes short of an hour.

    After the war, drive-in movies and television changed movies again, but that's another story and the A, B, and Z film catagories continued to be used for years. And for the record, there were no age restrictions on movies because a movie had to have an MPCC seal to be distributed, which meant that it conformed to a code that had been established in the mid-thirties and was safe for the entire family to watch together or separately. The idea of movie ratings didn't come about until the end of the sixties/beginning or the seventies, and film ratings had nothing to do with the A, B, and C/Z catagories. Desk 3's notion that B films were eventually "outlawed" is completely wrong.

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    Copied the answer. No research made. Even not read thoroughly...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~!@#$% View Post
    Copied the answer. No research made. Even not read thoroughly...
    Quite Informative... Thanks

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    oh movies for adults sounding different

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