Gays and lesbians are coming out of the closet in Bollywood. We are talking about the homogenous movie themes striking the industry.
After Karan Razdan's Girl Friend where Isha Koppikar fantasizes of Amrita Arora as her love partner, the lesbian theme will be repeated in Shrey Shrivastav's (of Insaaf defame) Men Not Allowed where Payal Rohatgi will have similar inclinations towards debutante Monica Castelino.
Payal plays Tanya and Monica plays Urmila, both of who bear hatred towards the male of the species due to their disturbing experiences in the past. The director confesses of some sizzling scenes and bold talk including some slang expletives in English and adds that his film is for matured adult audience.
Also Shrivastav doesn't deny of the resemblance of his movie's plot with Razdan's Girl Friend. In fact he even blames Razdan of having lifted his plot who came to know about his idea when they both were working on different films for a common producer at some point of time.
Shrivastav claims that his script is very original and is only inspired by a real life story of two girls who are/were a part of this industry.
However the director refuses to divulge the names of the two females stating that both the girls are aware of the making this film and are ok with it as far as their identities remain concealed. Indiafm