You looked twice before you could believe it was Aamir in the nude for the first P.K poster. Full points for grabbing our attention; but wait, was there another point to this? Let's take a look at Bollywood's most controversial posters and find out if there was any good reason for skin show besides grabbing eyeballs.
Case #01Jism 2
The reason why we see whatever we see in this poster is because 'Sunny Leone', that's why. And yes the poster had to live up to its name somehow; although you could use a few adjectives before the name of the movie.
Case #02Raaz: The Mystery Continues
As we dig deeper into this poster, it is inappropriate on so many levels. Kangana wearing a glamorous gown and the only thing that is supposed to scare us in this poster (considering it's a supernatural thriller) are her fingers curled up. You could almost tweak the poster to look like she's holding two bags full of vegetables, on her way back from the market.
Case #03 Kurbaan
This poster of a shirtless Saif and a bare backed Kareena was not that attention grabbing and didn't actually have anything wrong with it. What made news was when Kareena received a saree from a political party, as a gift asking her to cover up. Seriously now?? It got attention one way or the other, so we assume that was the whole point to it.
Case #04Hate Story
A smart move by actually defending this poster by mentioning the reason on the place that got your attention, 'LOVE KILLED HER SOUL, HER BODY SEEKS REVENGE'. So it's justified that the real actor (Paoli Dam's body) got enough coverage (you know what we mean) in this poster of an erotic thriller.
Case #05Hate Story 2
We think that the only point to showing off a bare back was so it could connect with the 'BACK' in the catchphrase 'BACK WITH A VENGANCE'. Whatever pun they really didn't seem to work for Surveen Chawla.
Now, there better be a connection between Aamir's manhood and that stereo system. We'll have to wait until the 19th of December to find out.
Point to be noted : While the rest of the actors turn their bare backs towards posters, Kudos to Aamir for being brave. A certain 'Poonam Pandey' also did the same for the poster of 'Nasha', although we wouldn't exactly call that 'brave'.