The director's 'philosophical treatise' on pornstar Mia Malkova got praised and bashed equally on YouTube and Twitter.
Mumbai: Once one of the most acclaimed filmmakers of the country, Ram Gopal Varma strangely makes headlines only for his controversies nowadays.
The maverick filmmaker’s latest venture, a ‘philosophical treatise’ on pornstar Mia Malkova, titled ‘God Sex and Truth’, aka GST, made headlines galore when it was announced few days back.
RGV has now unveiled the trailer of his ‘thought-provoking’ venture.
Peppered with quotes on sex by some popular names, dead and alive, like Marilyn Monroe, Hugh Hefner, Sigmund Freud and Henry Miller, Mia is seen delivering some ‘heavy’ lines on sex, sexuality and more, looking straight into the camera.
One being, “Women being restricted to one man is being barbaric to the very existence of her sexual being, because she is being restricted from being herself.”
She also says, “Woman is not a property, and any who thinks otherwise is a slave-driver” and concludes by saying, “Only the world of porn offered me the ultimate heaven, I thank god for creating sex and for creating me as a woman.”
Always known for the manner in which he captures his frames, RGV films the pornstar 'aesthetically' as she goes about the acts associated with her bread and butter.
Veteran music composer M M Kreem combines Western and Indian instruments well, but it seems odd considering the context of the video.
The trailer received a mixed response on YouTube and Twitter with several social users lauding the filmmaker for his courage, the visualisation, quotes, music and 'thought-provoking concept.
The video also didn’t go well with some of the viewers, calling it ‘crap’, ‘sh*ttiest’ thing ever, while some took a dig referring to Karni Sena, 'Padmaavat', male pornstar Johnny Sins and more.
The full video hits the Internet on January 26, and it’ll only then be clear what the content is all about.
Watch the trailer here (NSFW):