A clip from the film Saathi (1991) directed by Mahesh Bhatt starring Aditya Pancholi and Mohsin Khan.
Saathi is the ultimate buddy film about an intense relationship between two brothers. The film utilizes a familiar Bollywood/Hindi cinema trope of two brothers who choose different paths - one a gangster, the other a law abiding citizen. Though brothers, the intensity of their love for each other is picturised and dramatized through songs (as in this love song about yaarana or love) and intense arguments much like lovers are portrayed in Hindi cinema.
Aditya Pancholi also was considered a gay icon during the early 90s, especially because of a revealing and scandalous cover for a film magazine.
The motorcycle sequence here could also be a reference to the intense friendship portrayed in Sholay, picturised for the song 'Yeh dosti'. Again the dramatization and picturization of song sequences for friendships between men, whether yaarana or dosti, are what lend a queer element to these scenes.
See also a dramatic fight between the Amar (Mohsin Khan) and Suraj (Aditya Pancholi), also available on Pad.ma at http://pad.ma/LP/info
This clip is part of the Queering Bollywood database, an exhibition and demonstration of a collection of queer readings of Indian cinema. This open and collaborative database of articles, film clips, magazine stories, etc., has been compiled by Namita Malhotra, Lawrence Liang and many others at Alternative Law Forum and in Bangalore. For more, see http://media.opencultures.net/queer/