Movie Review: Nasha (2013)
Anita (Poonam) makes an entry as a summer (read: hot) activity teacher at school. In micro-minis, swaying derriere and long legs – she’s the doyen of every boy’s wet dream. Everytime she goes for a morning jog, the boys get off on a cardio of the carnal senses. Back to school, the activities include a play (foreplay to follow) on love and romance (as a bonus she throws in seduction too. Lucky boys!).
One of them, Saahil (Shivam) gets obsessed with his 25-something teacher, but soon the schoolboy fantasy turns into a fiery, passionate longing that abandons reason. Enter, Anita’s boyfriend, Sam (Vishal Bhonsle), with his libido unleashed (they peck and pet in public, quite educational, eh!). What follows is a lot of drama (mostly out-of-bed), padded with unmoving subplots and uninspiring music.
A number of movies have depicted a brewing ‘love story’ between a young boy and an older woman and vice versa. NASHA is no different. This one marks the debut of Poonam Pandey, who has been in the news for varied reasons. Besides exuding heat, Poonam tries her level best to spell seduction with the capital ‘S’.
NASHA has been made on a plot which has been the domain to many likeminded films like MERA NAM JOKER , DOOSRA AADMI , EK NAYI PAHELI , MAYA MEMSAAB , EK CHHOTISI LOVE STORY , NISHABD  and CHEENI KUM , wherein a young boy/man falls for an older woman or vice versa. Even though the promotions of NASHA make the audience’s expectation meter soar really high, expecting more of skin show in the process, director Amit Saxena serves an emotional tale instead of padding the narrative with steamy sequences.