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Nasha

Okay, finally I have watched it after a long time starting. I left the ending and came back in three weeks to finish it. It is a B grade film. Low budget and for the adult audience so expect some rude words.

It is about a school boy, Sahil, who falls in love with a summer teacher. Falling in love is a wrong term here although it is implied in the film. He falls in lust with her and confuses lust with love. The teacher, Anita, is a smart one and she is quite sensible and tells him this is wrong. In the end, they end up in good and bad terms. I won’t spoil much.

Anita is of course played by Poonam Pandey, a sex goddess in the industry. Her acting was average in this film. She looks good until she opens her mouth. I do not find her voice sexy at all. That’s my opinion. I wouldn’t mind a silent sexy film.

There are so many flaws in this film. Story wise and shooting wise. Hell, even at one point you could see the shadow of the cameras and the production team. Very poor editing.

Sahil spends half of his team running like a maniac. He is a confused kid. More confused after watching his new sexy teacher jogging around the area in small shorts. Sahil is a regular masturbator and he has a girlfriend. Yet he still falls in love with Anita. Correction, he lusts her. This is not a love story. It is misleading and wrong.

There are good bits in the film too. Things take a complicated turn when Anita’s boyfriend shows up and he teases Sahil for loving his girlfriend. His acting is good and eventually he exits the story making a way for Sahil to get to Anita.

Another good bit is the candle one and the slipping of the white sheet. Here I have to say the music in this film is superb. I love how it makes a scene very dramatic especially the candle one where Poonam Pandey (thanking the director) never speaks. I love that.

Overall I like the film once you ignore the obvious editing flaws and the fact that it is a lust story wrapped in a concept of love story. Actually the very last message of Anita is this in simpler words: ‘It was a nice fuck. See you again’. Finally Sahil goes back to his friends and his girlfriend who accepts him and he goes back to his usual trying-unsuccessfully-to-rip-a-condom-packet. Was it all a lovely dream? I rate it 4/10.

The promotion and the trailer of this film put the impression that Poonam Pandey is going to play a role of a seductress but oh how wrong it is.

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The Vampire Diaries Season 2

I’m a little bit late in writing this review. At this point I’ve watched 15 episodes of season 3.

I loved season 2. Very positive feelings about it. In my point of view I would divide it in 2 parts. First half concentrates on werewolves. Now as I said in the last season, they never even mention the word werewolf. All you see is signs like Tyler getting angry or the camera on Tyler’s face then at the full moon. It was pretty obvious.

But it was very interesting how they handled the whole werewolf storyline and how it connected with the Original Vampires. Yes, the second part is all about the Original family of Vampires. There isn’t a lot of back story about them because it comes in season 3. It is mainly about a mission one Original is doing and that is to turn the vampires into hybrids (werewolf + vampire).

The name Klaus keeps coming up and terrorises the viewers. There is a lot of suspense building in the second half of the season especially the ritual Klaus has to perform to break the hybrid curse (more on that in season 3).

Elena is not so brilliant. She just makes some stupid decisions, kinda similar to Jesse Pinkman. They should be together right? I think so too.

Stefan and Damon have their own chemistry and they work together. The Katherine saga was great but it’s ended now. This whole season or the second half was about Klaus and his plan. Pretty good though.

I would rate it 7.5 out of 10.


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