Arjun Rampal, Chitarandga Singh starrer Inkaar is making a lot of headlines these days! First the explicit content and now buzz is that the film has the word 'sex' n it almost 262 times.
Director Sudir Mishra has no inhibitions using the word and incidentally, there is not even one explicit scene in the film, reports Mid-Day.
A source told Mid-Day, "The film is not about sex. It deals with sexual dynamics between colleagues at work. The subject might be bold and controversial but it essentially is the war between two opposite sexes.”
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