Director Ram Gopal Varma’s most controversial first lesbian film Dangerous: Khatra is ready to hit the theatres on 8 April. It is dubbed and would be released in Tamil on the same day as Kadhal Kadhalthan.
Very bold and intimate scenes have been shot in this crime thriller-drama film. In the film, the hot sirens of South films Apsara Rani and Naina Ganguly are in the lead roles.
Ram Gopal Varma along with his heroines was in Chennai as part of the promotions. Speaking to the media, RGV said, ‘After Art 377 was abrogated, we thought it was time to doa movie on lesbian love. The society sees it as stigma. But this is not all about why they became or so or speak about it. It is shown as part of the story and basically Kadhal Kadhal than is a crime thriller’.
He said, ‘It is not easy to do such a film and thanks to the conviction my actresses had on me, I was able to pull it off’.
On her part, Naina Ganguly, said, ‘RGV is a master. He taught me the basics of acting. I have no second thoughts when he gives me an opportunity to act in his film’.
He has a cleat vision of what he should do and what he should get from his artistes, she added.
Apsara Rani, who plays one of the lead role, said, ‘The movie has come good. The conviction RGV has on his script is reflected on the screen. He taught me how to give my best on big screen. He gives us freedom and makes sure we do it with passion and comfort’.