Nasha revolves around the story of an 18 year old boy who falls hopelessly in love with a 25 year old woman. A woman he cannot have, but a woman he cannot help but desire. And, as is the case with desires unfulfilled, they turn into obsessions. The movie emphasizes that in a world of temptation, romance is temporary, love is lonely, but addiction is forever.
Nasha throws light on the growing up ages and the stories of teenage infatuation, that at times get highly influenced by lust and sexual attractions. Though Saxena sexes up a major portion of the film, there's also a genuine, emotional factor that could not be ignored.
Sorry to disappoint all the Poonam Pandey fans out there. But, Ms Pandey's acting is pathetic in the flick. And here's a suggestion to Poonam- Please save us from your upcoming movie plans and do not waste time in taking up any acting classes.
The newcomer Shivam is rather far better and confident in his role of a teenager, who is head over heel in love with an older woman.
One needs to understand that the word 'S' doesn't really work everytime for a film's success. There's something called 'ACTING' that is required too. Nasha is a big 'NO' from me. I can't help, but wonder, was the hype over this film even required?