Too hot to handle! Movies of 2015 that soared temperatures

A quick look at few movies that sat on the high horse for its steamy content and sultry dialogues!

Updated: Dec 19, 2015, 18:21 PM IST
Too hot to handle! Movies of 2015 that soared temperatures

New Delhi: We'll be soon bidding farewell to year 2015 and welcoming the new one with warm arms. The year, 2015 has been entirely great for Bollywood with many big and hit movies.

Here we talk about some films that have utterly bombed at the box office, but have still managed to attract eyeballs – well, if not for their storyline but for their explicitness.

Here's a quick look at few movies that sat on the high horse for its steamy content and sultry dialogues!

Hunterrr

This movie starring Gulshan Devaiah and Radhika Apte tells the story of a sex addict who pursues women for every intention other than settling down! The movie is high on its level of lust and sexual fantasies of the lead actor. P.S – don't watch it with your parents!

Ek Paheli Leela

The film which bombed at the box office did make some headlines for its explicit content and raunchiness. Sunny Leone who was recently declared the most searched celebrity of India in 2015 stars in a lead role in the film. It's way too hot, people!

Kuch Kuch Locha Hai:

The nearest English saying to go with the title is – something is fishy. And yes, it is! Too many sexual connotations and double meanings. The film stars, again – need we say? Sunny Leone of course - along with Ram Kapoor, Evelyn Sharma and Navdeep Chhabra.

Calendar Girls

Five new actresses debuted with this Madhur Bhandarkar flick. The film was praised by many although being touted to be boring by some. However, on the brighter – the leading ladies managed to set the temperature soaring in this film for sure!

Main Aur Charles

The movie details the story of a notorious serial killer in India. The lead role is played by hot-bod Randeep Hooda alongside Richa Chadda, Adil Hussain and Tisca Chopra. The film contains some explicit scenes and dialogues, so better mind it who you are watching the film with!