Kamasutra is now in 3D
Posted On 21st January, 2013 @ 16:32 pm by mtv editor

One very cool sage called Vātsyāyana, was responsible for writing the standard work on human sexual behavior in Sanskrit Literature. Rather forward thinking, if you were to look back at the prose work today.

Kamasutra 3D would be the first in the 'Kamasutra' trilogy and the second and the third would be 4D and 5D respectively.

The manual has been one of the most prominent works of our culture that we have been able to offer since the onset of cultural Globalization. The work isn’t a specimen of heyday Cosmo literature; however, it has been particularly sought after by couples because it not only elucidates on the pleasure aspect, but also discusses the nature of love, family life and other aspects pertaining to human life.

Amusingly, when film was introduced as an art form in the Indian peninsula by Dadasaheb Phalke back in the early 18th century until the late 90’s, the plots that producers felt were better suited for the silver screen were the ones that patronized the religious texts. Probably, this text was thought to be better interpreted through sculptures than the movies. Back in 1996, Mira Nair decided to refurbish the 16th Century text for film. Now, the second effort in 3D by Rupesh Paul, simply called Kamasutra, is expected very soon. If that isn’t exciting enough; may be, the “Kamasutra 3D - Photo Shoot Video” with Sherlyn Chopra would interest you. 

After creating history by becoming the first Indian lady to go nude for the Playboy magazine, Sherlyn Chopra had another life changing offer come knocking at her door. She was offered the lead role in Rupesh Paul’s Kamasutra 3D and she happily took it up. According to the Kerala-born director, she is the only woman to fit the bill perfectly, because of her exotic Indian looks and bold demeanor. In case, you don’t trust him then go ahead and check out the latest from the shoot on YouTube. After doing that, let these words of Rupesh Paul ring in your head for a while: “Kamasutra 3D would be the first in the 'Kamasutra' trilogy and the second and the third would be 4D and 5D respectively.”


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