10 Top Bollywood Music Videos featuring Sexual Scenes

Sexual scenes are a firm fixture of many romantic Bollywood songs. They are sometimes what draw viewers in. Here are 10 such songs.

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She straddles him on a bed.

As Bollywood continues to fulfil the desires of its audience, sexual scenes in its content are becoming more and more imperative.

These scenes embolden several songs in Indian cinema, highlighting the natural ways in which people satisfy their attraction and allure.

There is no denying that sex and sexuality are a key part of building relationships and strengthening physical bonds.

When songs in Bollywood underscore that, it can be refreshing and naturally attractive to watch.

Music soothes these scenes and creates an ambience that makes the songs enchanting and memorable.

DESIblitz presents a curated list of 10 melodious Bollywood music videos that feature sexual scenes.

Yeh Kahaan Aa Gaye Hum – Silsila (1981)


Yash Chopra’s Silsila was a daring film in its time.

It is one of the first Indian films to explore the theme of infidelity.

In ‘Yeh Kahaan Aa Gaye Hum’, Amit Malhotra (Amitabh Bachchan) and Chandni (Rekha) continue their affair despite being married to different people.

In one scene in the song, as Shiv-Hari’s melody plays, the two are seen in bed together, embracing their love.

Lata Mangeshkar’s gentile voice, along with Amitabh’s riveting dialogues, make the scene and the song a pleasurable viewing experience.

Silsila flopped at the time of its release due to its controversial theme along with the rumours of Rekha and Amitabh’s alleged affair being projected onscreen.

However, it has since become a classic that millions admire.

Dekhiye Aji Jaaneman – Kya Kehna (2000)


This composition by Rajesh Roshan acts as the inciting incident in Kya Kehna.

‘Dekhiye Aji Jaaneman’ shows Priya Bakshi (Preity Zinta) and Rahul Modi (Saif Ali Khan) celebrating their newly found attraction towards each other.

The song culminates in the characters making love.

It is a charming duet between Alka Yagnik and Udit Narayan.

Kya Kehna was one of Preity’s first films. As a new face, it is impressive to see her making such bold strives.

The film – and the song – suggested what a great performer she would become in later years.

For Kya Kehna, as a young unmarried girl who ends up pregnant, Preity won universal acclaim.

Udd Jaa Kaale Kawan (Marriage) – Gadar: Ek Prem Katha (2001)


‘Udd Jaa Kaale Kawan’ is the anthem of Gadar: Ek Prem Katha.

The song appears at various stages throughout the film.

It also plays during the marriage aftermath of Tara Singh (Sunny Deol) and Sakeena ‘Sakku’ Ali Singh (Ameesha Patel).

They rejoice at finally tying the knot in recognition of their undying love.

At one point, Tara playfully watches his wife while she is bathing and the two also make love.

This leads to Sakeena delivering their son Charanjeet ‘Jeete’ Singh (Utkarsh Sharma).

Uttam Singh’s haunting composition, combined with the lovely voices of Alka Yagnik and Udit Narayan helped this song to become the chartbuster it is.

Title Song – Aashiq Banaya Aapne (2005)


If fans seek a truly raunchy yet romantic viewing experience, this song is an essential watch.

In the title song of Aashiq Banaya Aapne, Vikram ‘Vicky’ Mathur (Emraan Hashmi) and Sneha (Tanushree Dutta) can’t keep their hands off each other.

The song is filled with erotic moments, with the characters epitomising physical touch and sensory action.

Vikram peels off Sneha’s bra and she engulfs herself in his bare chest.

A fan on YouTube jokes: “Today’s kids will never understand the level of risk we took to watch such songs at home.”

It is a lilting duet between Shreya Ghoshal and Himesh Reshammiya, with a genius score by the latter.

When it comes to sexual scenes in Bollywood songs, ‘Aashiq Banaya Aapne’ is a stand-out visual.

Dekho Naa – Fanaa (2006)


Aided by a superb composition by Jatin-Lalit, Sonu Nigam and Sunidhi Chauhan meld their voices together in this song.

‘Dekho Naa’ depicts Rehan Qadri (Aamir Khan) and Zooni Ali Beg (Kajol) dancing together in the rain.

Celebrating the melody of the monsoon, they sing about their love.

Towards the end of the picturisation, Rehan lovingly carries Zooni to the bedroom, where they have sex.

Kajol and Aamir perform the song with poise and grace.

Fanaa director Kunal Kohli reveals that Aamir suggested Kajol for Zooni’s role. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan was the initial choice.

Kunal says: “We went to Aamir first and when we asked him who he thinks would play the role of Zooni the best.

“He said, ‘I will give you three names and that is Kajol, Kajol, and Kajol’.”

The chemistry of the actors is evident in the whole film, but is emboldened in ‘Dekho Naa’.

Where’s The Party Tonight – Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna (2006)


Returning to the theme of extramarital affairs, we come to Karan Johar’s blockbuster Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna, which has a soundtrack by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy.

‘Where’s The Party Tonight’ is sung by Vasundhara Das, Shaan, and Joi Barua.

It shows Maya Talwar (Rani Mukerji) and Dev Saran (Shah Rukh Khan) ultimately succumb to their love.

After sharing a few intimate moments over a bridge, they check into a hotel room.

Meanwhile, their respective spouses Rishi Talwar (Abhishek Bachchan) and Rhea Saran (Preity Zinta) party in a discotheque.

Karan narrates a peculiar incident regarding the scene that shows the strictness of sexual scenes.

“There was a very traditional couple watching the film. That scene came when Shah Rukh and Rani check into a hotel room.

“They both took their families and walked out.”

Even though the song may have been objectionable to some, it does not shy away from showing the extent of extramarital relationships.

Dholna – Heyy Babyy (2007)


Continuing with the compositions of Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy, Shreya Ghoshal and Sonu Nigam create magic in this duet.

‘Dholna’ takes place at a wedding where a secretly flirtatious Aarush Mehra (Akshay Kumar) is trying everything he can to get Isha Sahni (Vidya Balan) into bed with him.

Meanwhile, Isha is under the impression that Aarush genuinely loves her so she develops feelings for him.

During the wedding function, Isha and Aarush slip into a bedroom where Aarush gets his wish.

The picturisation and choreography are beautifully done.

Although it is a sex scene, the song is portrayed lovingly and passionately.

The act leads to Isha giving birth to Aarush’s daughter Angel Mehra (Juanna Sanghvi).

Angel is the catalyst for the main story of Heyy Babyy. 

‘Dholna’ is an exquisite depiction of sex and Akshay and Vidya are thorough professionals in the song.

Rasiya – Kurbaan (2009)


‘Rasiya’ from Kurbaan is notable for being one of the first celluloid sexual scenes of Kareena Kapoor Khan.

During an interview with Karan Johar about the film, Kareena watched a clip of fans conveying their eagerness to watch the movie.

One fan remarks: “I think there’s a topless scene of Kareena. I would love to see that!”

In ‘Rasiya’, Avantika Ahuja (Kareena) removes her clothing and that of Ehsaan Khan/Khalid (Saif).

She straddles him on a bed and her bare back is visible.

The couple lose themselves in physical intimacy as they cling to the bodies of each other.

In a music review, Joginder Tuteja from Bollywood Hungama praises the singer Shruti Pathak, as well as composers Salim-Sulaiman:

“The composers certainly know how to pitch [Shruti]’s voice and in what situation.

“No wonder, ‘Rasiya’ is pretty much a testimony to this fact.”

O Saiyaan – Agneepath (2012)


This song is one that was not included in the final cut of Agneepath. 

However, it is available online. Composed by Ajay-Atul, it is sung by the legendary ghazal singer Roopkumar Rathod.

It shows the intimacy of Vijay Deenanath Chauhan (Hrithik Roshan) and Kaali Gawde (Priyanka Chopra Jonas).

Vijay leads a difficult life. He is tormented by the way his father was mercilessly killed by Kancha Cheena (Sanjay Dutt) when he was a child.

While promoting the film and her character, Priyanka explains:

“Kaali’s love makes Vijay feel that there is still some good in the world.”

The act of passion in ‘O Saiyaan’ underlines this love.

It also underscores the notion that Kaali and Vijay will be there for each other no matter what.

Agneepath rides high on revenge. It is the main angle of the film.

However, the film is given some respite in the romance of Vijay and Kaali. That made Agneepath the success it was.

Samjhawaan Unplugged – Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania (2014)


The unplugged version of ‘Samjhawaan’ is from a soundtrack created by a variety of skilled composers.

Leading lady Alia Bhatt sings this song herself, proving that her talent does not just lie in acting.

Alia plays Kavya Pratap Singh in Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania.

She dedicates this number to Rakesh ‘Humpty’ Sharma (Varun Dhawan).

As Kavya replays her memories with Humpty, they are shown making love in one scene.

The chemistry between Varun and Alia is well-known and loved, but this song sets the screen ablaze with passion.

Alia’s voice is gentle, soothing, and soft, perfectly apt for the romance that this song requires.

‘Samjhawaan’ is an ode to longing and love.

Sexual scenes do raise some eyebrows when they appear on celluloid.

However, when Bollywood intertwines them with its luscious music, they can become pleasant viewing experiences even for untrained eyes.

Sex is a natural part of expressing love, whether in relationships or otherwise.

It is mature and progressive when Indian cinema reflects that.

If you’re interested in romantic Bollywood songs, these sexual scenes enhance the visuals as opposed to degrading them.

Manav is our content editor and writer who has a special focus on entertainment and arts. His passion is helping others, with interests in driving, cooking, and the gym. His motto is: “Never hang on to your sorrows. Always be positive."

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