Review of lust stories!
Lust Stories released in 2018 is an Indian anthology film, it projects stories of four different women on four distinct voyages, it is a sequel to the 2013 anthology film Bombay Talkies. Lust stories is divided into four portions directed by Anurag Kashyap, Zoya Akhtra, Dibakar Banerjee and Karan Johar.
Lust Stories projects four women seeking for different pleasures in life, it very well depicts the needs and expectation of a women, all four women have flawlessly portrayed there character and have made it a point to put up a females war, that she fights with her self and the world, how the society has not just dominated women practically and physically but also mentally and sexually. It defines that how a women is always expected to be selfless in every sphere and in every relation she takes up.
The first portion of the film shows a teacher and a student that get sexually involved, later even after having a casual attitude she manages to get her mind into a dilemma, where one she is stressed about the thought of a student-teacher relationship and on the second side she is miserably confused with her feelings. She is shown to be on a hunt of her sexuality, she gets obsessed with her student and tries to find about his relationship with his classmate, and after stocking him religiously for several days finally, ends up confessing her feelings to her student on which when he agrees to be with her, she refuses saying she’s already married.
The other three portions also show the sexual encounters and engagements in various ways, depicting beautifully a women wants, a women is always considered to be selfless and just someone whose major aim in life is to serve her husband and his family and bare children, where as this is not true, a women has a lot more to herself and her sexuality that she suppresses within herself and makes the world familiar of her pretty face which is not demanding. This film is an answer to all the myths and misconceptions the world has about women since forever.