Mira Nair's Kamasutra borrows its title from the ancient Indian scripture revolving around the art of love making. A first of its kind, Kamasutra was wisely praised by the critics upon its release, especially due to its exotics sets and excellent performances. Maya and Tara are two friends raised from different social backgrounds. Tara played by Sarita Choudhary, is an upper caste princess; while Maya (Indira Verma) her servant friend, has to live on her princess's used things. Tara gets married to Prince Raj Singh, who is infatuated with Maya. In order to teach Tara a lesson for insulting her, Maya gets into physical relationship with Raj and pays back Tara stating that she has a used husband for her. Kamasutra is a tale of lust, debauchery, passion and striking revelations in human relations that has been depicted very boldly.
Mira Nair is an eloquent story teller and Indian film maker settled in New York. Known for her matured handling of sensitive subjects and the futility of superficial human relationships, Mira has numerous films to her account under the banner of Mirabai Films. Few of her renowned works include: Mississippi Masala, Monsoon Wedding and The Namesake. Her life in America gave her deep insights into the perception of Indian ideologies by native Americans. Her first movie Salaam Bombay was a a dark revelation of life in the slums of Mumbai and got her global recognition at Cannes Film Festival. Recepient of several awards including the Padmashri, Mira has had nominations at the Academy Awards, Golden Globes and BAFTA. She is known for her outstanding contributions to the Indian cinema. Rated as Adults only for its explicit content, Kamasutra VCD from T-Series is purely for adults entertainment.