Lust Stories

Synopsis: Lust Stories is the sequel to 2013 movie Bombay Talkies presenting four short films by four of India's biggest directors exploring love, sex and relationships in modern India.
Genre: Drama
Rotten Tomatoes:
120 min

- Is there no one at home?

- Grandma is. She's hard of hearing.

Don't! That is her room. This is mine!

- Good night!

- Hush!

I will be right back.

Chetan Bhagat!


The Perks of Being a Wallflower!

You read it?

I read the book. Watched the film.

And I am one!

What are you? A wallflower or a perk?

You are a wallflower, aren't you?

You find yourself a corner.

Hear and see everything

but never do anything.

I need to do something.

You read Sophie Kinsella?

I tried but couldn't finish.


It's too difficult

Natasha asked me to read it.

You understood Wallflower

and not Kinsella?

That was an easy read.

- A wallflower or a fly, it's the same.

- Wow!

You are smart!

What's wrong? Is this your first time?

- Really?

- Yes.

Let me teach you.


What happened last night...

was good, right?

- Yes.

- Yes.

It was natural, right?

Don't ruin it by talking about it.

Don't talk about it.

I shouldn't have.

- You won't fall in love, right?

- No.

Don't overthink it.

- Okay.

- All right?

Mihir told me that guys

tend to get emotional after sex

and they fall in love.

They become possessive.


What is it? Why are you smiling?

Do we share a secret?

Do we?

I was 26

when I got married to Mihir.

He was 12 years older than me.

I had never dated anyone.

But Mihir had dated many girls.

So marrying a much older guy

was an adventure for me.

My parents were against it.

He had so many stories to share!

Like he went somewhere,

met a girl there,

and they started talking.

His stories were straight out of a movie.

I didn't have any of that.

We talked and he made me understand

that I will resent him

if I did not live my life on my terms.

He urged me to examine my life.

She had a lover, Imroze,

who was younger than her.

Draupadi lived with five Pandavas.

She loved them and perhaps,

they loved her too.

They did not fight over her.

I'm married and I cannot be

with anyone else.

What if I fantasize about someone?

It's not okay.

How can you expect so much from a person?

You want him to be your best friend,

your lover and your wildest fantasy.

What do I do?

It's good that they are finally

speaking out.

But how can they prove it?

People play the victim card for publicity.

Did you read this?

The husband divorced her

as soon as he learned of it.

Things like that happen there often.

But it's wrong. It's not okay.

What is the student's age?

- He is 18.

- So he is an adult.

- Does that justify it?

- No matter how old he is...

- But he is an adult!

- How do you know it was consensual?

His silence means it was not consensual.

- Tejas Bhave?

- Yes.

I need to talk to you.

Don't you think she is weird?

Listen! How old are you?


- Just tell me your age!

- Sure?

- Yes.

Does your admission form say that?

- No.

- People often do that.

- I'm not sure.

- Come on!

- Do you have your birth certificate?

- Yes.

Get it for me.

Take it from the college office.

How can I go and ask for it?

What if they ask me why?

Why do you need it?


What happened that night

was consensual, right?

What do you mean?

Did I force you to have sex?

No. But...


You made the first move!

Did you say no?

- No.

- Exactly.

So, it was consensual, right?

Say it. Say that it was consensual.

What do I say?

Say that it was consensual.

- What is that word?

- Consensual!

Yes. Say it.

It was.

"Whatever happened

between us was consensual."

- Whatever happened between us...

- Yes...

- Was consensual!

- Was consensual.

- Say it in one go.

- The complete statement?

- Yes.

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