At most, here’s old 'Nasha' in a new bottle. Tastes flat.
The ‘erotic’ love story belongs to the film’s teeny boppers, especially Sahil, whose innocence, infatuation and vulnerability keeps you glued to your seat for the two hours it lasts.
If you're looking for something more between the sheets, this will leave you high and dry.
Nasha should have been titled Sazaa as it neither titillates nor pushes the envelope in storytelling or execution. Don’t fall for this one!
Nasha is misleading as it gives you a wrong impression of being an erotica. It is the chronicles of a lust stricken puppy faced teenager. I don’t usually get this impish but Nasha epitomizes cinematic crap with such outrageous confidence that you’ll be appalled. I am going with 1/5 and an advise that Poonam Pandey should retire off already and spare us any further disasters!
This film has exposed the 'acting' skills of Poonam Pandey and I am sure any sensible film maker will think twice before signing her. It is a cheap and dangerous Nasha that should be avoided at all costs!Read more at: http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/nasha-review/1/296476.html
On the whole, NASHA is more of an emotional love story than a film that rides on skin fest. An average fare!
Nasha unselfishly makes an attempt to stay away from unnecessary sex and tell a story, but ultimately, like school in summer, it's not got class.