A few days ago a nude scene from the movie “Parched” was leaked online which created controversy and gave media a fresh topic to cover. The movie is produced by Ajay Devgn and Aseem Bajaj. The director of the movie is Leena Yadav, the movie was shown in Special Presentations section of the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival. The cast of the movie includes – Radhika Apte, Surveen Chawla, Tannishtha Chatterjee, Adil Hussain, Lehar Khan, Riddhi Sen and Sumeet Vyas.
The scene that got leaked was a lovemaking scene between actor, Adil Hussain, and Radhika Apte in which both actors are seen topless. Adil Hussain who was seen in movies like English Vinglish and Life Of Pie.
After the leak, Adil Hussain talking about the incident posted on his twitter account :
— Adil hussain (@_AdilHussain) August 15, 2016
Surveen Chawla also posted on her Twitter account :
— Surveen (@SurveenChawla) August 15, 2016
Since the leak everybody is talking about it on social media :
— RNews1 Network (@RajasthanNews1) August 14, 2016
— Desimartini (@DMmovies) August 14, 2016
In response to the whole controversy Aseem Bajaj, said ‘ We don’t know the source of the leak “, in addition to this he said ” The film is in public domain ( Netflix) since it was released in France and a few other countries. We were contemplating legal action but realized that we can’t do anything about it because we don’t know who to name in the complaint.But, this is definitely not a publicity gimmick.If we are getting mileage out of it, good for us. In a way, it’s helping creating awareness about the film ” according to a report by mid-day. No other actor has yet made a statement about this incident.
— Firstpost (@firstpost) August 15, 2016
In spite of all the statements only on the leak of the nude scene, some have supported the movie also. The movie revolves around the life of four women, Radhika Apte ( Lajjo ), Tannishtha Chatterjee ( Rani ), Lehar Khan ( Janki ) and Surveen Chawla ( Bijli ), and how all of them fight against the old-age tradition. All of them have their own personal issues which they share with each other.