Nasha Review
  • Film : Nasha
  • Producer : Surendra Suneja, Aditya Bhatia
  • Director : Amit Saxena
  • Star Cast : Poonam Pandey, Shivam, Ranbir Chakma...
  • Music Director : Sangeet-Siddharth

Nasha Movie Review for the sexually stimulating film which releases on 26th July, 2013 is yet another erotic drama by filmmaker Amit Saxena which is otherwise not the first time. The filmmaker has shown his bold caliber in his 2003 made Bipasha Basu along with John Abraham starrer erotic thriller "Jism". The film Nasha has been produced by Surender Suneja and Aditya Bhatia. Another prominent fact in actuality that The official posters and trailer of this sensuous flick has already driven the male population crazy and pulled enough controversy which is definitely going to bring advantages to Poonam’s first film.

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Their love develops very fast and soon leads to the inevitable end



Nasha review

Story :

'Nasha' tells the story of an 18-year-old boy who falls hopelessly in love with a 25-year-old woman whom he cannot have, but at the same time cannot prevent his desire for her. At the same time as is the case with desires unfulfilled, they turn into unreasonable emotion. So that, in the course of coping with his reciprocated love and the boy requites much beyond.

Director Amit Saxena exposed the fact that Nasha is a passionate love story between an 18-year-old boy and a 25-year-old girl. Undoubtedly, it's a bold film, yet it's basically a simple love story which is otherwise a very different subject. Beautiful Poonam has done a great job in the film.

Analysis :


Nasha has been in the news for all the wrong reasons. Till now, the only thing that Nasha had going for it was Poonam Pandey, whose claim to fame was something that would make people blush. Nevertheless, the music launch of Nasha should give some more grist to mill, and give a better look at the product that they production house – and the woman – have been peddling since more than four months now. This is the complete music review of the movie, Nasha. There has been an expression intending exposure from the film maker that 'Nasha' is a passionate love story between an 18-year-old boy and a 25-year-old girl. Undoubtedly, it's a bold film, yet it's basically a simple love story which is otherwise a very different subject. Beautiful Poonam has done a great job in the film. Now, coming to musical reality Tera Nasha, is the first song in the album, sung by Anirudh which is a soft, soothing melody, as well Anirudh does justice to the lyrics. In fact, with the heat that the movie had generated, this song is a definite change of speed. It could be the theme music of the movie too. The song is actually a stimulant, and is perfect for a good hear once in a while.

Besharam follows next song in the album, and is present for consideration by Shaan along with Anausa Mani. This duet song is also another soft and soothing song, of course, could be one of the most not sufficiently used talents in Bollywood, and this song once again proves this point. Anausa Mani has a exceptional voice having it a bit of a high pitch. Laila is the third song in the album, and is somewhat of a energetic trail sung by Monali Thakur. This is the third, surprisingly, soother of a song. Monali Thakur’s pitch is perfect for this song. The most arousing factor about the first three songs is that there is nothing unnaturally high-pitched voice upbeat; there are no double meaning, as well as nothing that would have the moral police at the doorsteps. The only upbeat thing in this album is the ‘Goti Song’, which is as harmless as a young boy getting a pulp fiction book for the first time. In actuality this song has a Goanese string to it, and the men and women give the song a new look accompanied by their accents. The most excitingly stimulating thing about the album is that there is nothing that would passageway up some controversy, as well if it were not for the Poonam Pandey bomb and the banners thingy that got extensively exposed all around otherwise this one is actually this album is enough worthy.

Performance :


The matter of reality got exposed towards the highly exposed Poonam Pandey that she can’t act in actuality. In fact, she should have continued in modelling rather than attempting towards acting. Yet keeping an attempt to pass off as an actress by deliberately dropping off clothes while genuinely talented people struggle vigorously to get an opportunity is what is so wrong here in totality.

On the other hand, Shivam Patil is outstandingly flat in his expressions as well as absolutely blank. Just by giving an innocent expressions he undoubtedly failed to look serious in intention at any point.

Final Word:Nasha is just a mere revelation of hype in action rather than any other aspects that would actually give a reason for it to be watched. It in fact misleading as it gives us a wrong impression of being an erotica. It is the chronicles of a lust stricken puppy faced teenager. I don’t usually get this mischievous yet Nasha represent cinematic exaggeration accompanying such unthinkable confidence that one would be shocked. Nasha deserves not more than 1.5 and an honest advise that Poonam Pandey should retire off already and spare us any further disasters! It might sound harsh but that remains the fact.

Poonam's erotica 'Nasha' releases on 26th July

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(AW:Samrat Biswas)