Bollywood is famous for its movies which boasts of songs, dance and romantic sequences. People love seeing the hero and the heroine running around the trees and romancing each other. This is the fourth installment in the Hate Story series. It features Raai Laxmi in the lead role which also marks her debut in bollywood.
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All Hindi Stories - अद्भुत कहानियां (Kahaniyan)
LGBT themes in Hindu Epics involve Hindu deities or heroes whose attributes or behavior can be interpreted as lesbian , gay , bisexual , transgender , or as having elements of gender variance and non-heterosexual sexuality. Traditional Hindu literary sources do not speak of homosexuality directly,  but changes of sex, homoerotic encounters, and intersex or third gender characters are often found both in traditional religious narratives such as the Vedas , Mahabharata , Ramayana and Puranas as well as in regional folklore. Hindu epic has many examples of deities changing gender, manifesting as different genders at different times, or combining to form androgynous or hermaphroditic beings. Gods change sex or manifest as an Avatar of the opposite sex in order to facilitate sexual congress. Hindu epics contain numerous incidents where sexual interactions serve a non-sexual, sacred purpose; in some cases, these are same-sex interactions. Sometimes the gods condemn these interactions but at other times they occur with their blessing. In addition to stories of gender and sexual variance that are generally accepted by mainstream Hinduism, modern scholars and queer activists have highlighted LGBT themes in lesser-known texts, or inferred them from stories that traditionally are considered to have no homoerotic subtext.
This Indian Same-Sex Couple Is Fighting for the Right to Marry. But Is Their Country Ready?
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After a decade of backflipping in and out the closet with its anti-gay laws the Delhi High Court repealed them in but in the Supreme Court reintroduced them , in September , the Supreme Court finally repealed them once and for all in a landmark decision. This was huge! Remember, this is a country with a population of almost 1. It's for this reason we rate India as one of the most gay friendly countries in Asia.