Even if your parents are cool enough, some ultimate movies are meant to be watched with group of friends or alone, but not with parents or family in order to evade some really awkward situation in some scenes.
Here we have compiled a list of ultimate movies you should think twice before watching them with your parents.
Check below the list of those ultimate movies.
1. Lipstick Under My Burkha
Set in the crowded lanes of small town India, this story chronicles the secret lives of four women in search of a little freedom. A burkha-clad college girl struggles with issues of cultural identity and her aspirations to be a pop singer. A young two-timing beautician, seeks to escape the claustrophobia of her small town. An oppressed housewife and mother of three, lives the alternate life of an enterprising saleswoman. And a 55 year-old widow rediscovers her sexuality through a phone romance. Trapped in their worlds, they claim their desires through secret acts of rebellion.
Parched is the story of four women in a desert village of Rajasthan, India. The village and the society are plagued by several social evils, age-old traditions and practices of patriarchy, child marriage, dowry, marital rapes and physical and mental abuse.
3. Babumoshai Bandookbaaz
The story is set in the heartland of Uttar Pradesh who’s political landscape is dominated by two politicians Dubey & Jiji. Babu Bihari is a hitman hired by both to get rid of their rivals. He kills for a paltry sum of Rs. 20,000, of which 5000 is the commission to a constable who gets him the hit job. Babu is ferocious & has a very direct approach to hitting his target. He has a reputation of clean hits without any fuss.
Masaan (Crematorium) is a 2015 Indian Hindi-language drama film directed by Neeraj Ghaywan.
Shyam, a married teacher, gets romantically involved with his student Sandhya. However, they find themselves in the middle of a love triangle when Kamal, her classmate, tries to woo her.