Rating: 1/5 stars (One Star)
Star cast: Poonam Pandey, Shivam Patil
Director: Amit Saxena
What’s Good: Poonam’s ‘Skin Show’ thrust on audiences persistently.
What’s Bad: The film
Loo break: Stay in the Loo!
Watch or Not?: Nasha flaunts its titillating skin show with such pride that it will grotesque you out. Incoherent and ridiculous, this one is lowly and substandard juvenile erotica that questions your ability to reason with sanity! Watch it if you are sexually frustrated and have no way to satiate your brimming testosterone levels.
Life is going smooth for our young champ as he busies himself jumping naked into a swimming pool and plots ways to make love to his girlfriend. But his entire world turns upside down when a seductive new drama teacher makes an entry into his life.
Initially beginning as an obsession, he is drawn towards her and is hopelessly smitten. Tackling the upsurge of sexual tension, Nasha tries too hard to be a sexy tale which narrates the story that must be forbidden!
Nasha Review: Script Analysis
There is some sleazy erotic literature used for the research of Nasha. It is predictable and hollow as the story continues to ramble about inconsequential relationships based out of sheer lust. The film is incorrigible in its pretentiousness. I’m well assured that I am not a prude who writes off erotic stories, simply because I had liked the director’s John-Bipasha starer Jism.
This one is deliberate in trying to act sexy. I have never seen teachers making out in public so shamelessly. The put up sexual tension is such a drag and so explicit that I decided to snore off for sometime.
The movie broods too much on a horny young guy’s sexual obsession with his new drama teacher. The sensuousness is limp all along and the screenplay scatters because of its baseless assumptions!
The skin show is a body game that ends in a disastrous film that you should avoid if you appreciate basic aesthetic flavor in films.
Nasha Review: Star Performances
It is a given that Poonam Pandey can’t act. She is in the wrong field and should have stuck to modelling only. But trying to pass off as an actress by relentlessly dropping off clothes while genuinely talented people strive to get a chance is what is so grossly wrong here!
Shivam Patil is unusually flat in his expressions and excessively blank. His innocent expressions fail to look earnest at any point.
Nasha Review: Direction, Screenplay and Music
Within a gap of just one decade, Amit Saxena’s work has deteriorated at a shockingly rampant pace. If you are expecting sizzling frames, then this film will turn you off with its exasperating drudgery. Even male audiences will find the screenplay’s execution a drab and repetitive because it doesn’t even deliver to them the climatic hilt they would go expecting. The melodrama is unappealing and Nasha is a multi-dimensional failure. It is not a love story, not erotica just plain trash. The music is mediocre and the slim editing makes it way longer than it is.
Nasha Review: The Last Word
Nasha is misleading as it gives you a wrong impression of being an erotica. It is the chronicles of a lust stricken puppy faced teenager. I don’t usually get this impish but Nasha epitomizes cinematic crap with such outrageous confidence that you’ll be appalled. I am going with 1/5 and an advise that Poonam Pandey should retire off already and spare us any further disasters!
Nasha released on 26th July, 2013.
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