Poonam Pandey’s debut- A movie made by the director of Jism… A movie that has promised to not hold back, and has been largely uninhibited in it’s sensuality.
The plot revolves around an 18 year old boy, Sahil, played brilliantly by debutant Shivam Patil, who falls head over heels in love with his 25 year old teacher – Anita – the ever sensual Poonam Pandey. While many were expecting sleaze and crass material from the movie; it manages to surprise you with its delicate yet no-holds-barred treatment. Director Amit Saxena gives a wonderful treatment to the intimate scenes between Anita and Sahil, it reminds you of the times you’ve lusted after your school teacher and dreamed of such moments.
There is a lot of focus on Sahil and his friends: their lives, their clothes, their friends and girlfriends. All the scenes involving this wacky gang are a joy to watch, they bring back all the crazy antics we’ve carried out during our college days. The director by Amit Saxena shoots the film quite beautifully, the shot where Poonam Pandey walks towards Shivam Patil is a visual wonder!
Talking about the performance of Poonam Pandey, known for being a seductress, is playing just that in the movie, so it’s no wonder that she’s a natural in front of the camera. But the real surprise in the movie is Shivam Patil, he is surprisingly camera friendly, and manages to evoke sense of relate-ability through his portrayal of Sahil.
The music, given by Siddharth and Sangeet Haldipur, has got a play-again quality to it, especially ‘Tera Nasha’ and ‘The Goti Song’ will be remembered long after the movie. The peppy dialogues by Radhika Anand will definitely cheer you up, and form an instant connect with the film’s target audience.
In summary, Nasha is a movie that is sensual, but importantly, it is also a lot more. The teens, their friendship, their wacky moments are the surprise element of this movie, and make the movie the perfect one to watch with your group of friends. Watch it for them!