Thursday, 6 June 2013

Life Lessons from the trailer of Poonam Pandey's Nasha.

Yes, I have my weaknesses. I watched this trailer only to ogle Poonam Pandey and maybe guffaw at her lame attempts at acting, cause you know, most model-turned-actors make terrible debuts and continue being terrible actors. Remember Arjun Rampal, Milind Soman, Bipasha Basu anyone?

But what I didn't expect was to see a trailer that will change my outlook towards life. Right from the word go, the trailer's sprinkled with supers that not only deliver exposition but some worldly gems too.

Like at 0:38, I realised watching a girl break a pinata can give you erotomania.

At 1:00, I understood, 'Not all addictions are sacred.' (Note to self: Make a note of addictions that are actually considered 'sacred'.)

Then just 10 seconds later, another bombshell: 'Some are taboo'. True that, fellas!

A new variation on 'Good girls like bad guys/ Good guys finish last' with 'Acche logo se dosti ho jaati hai aur badmashon se pyaar'.

At 2:05, 'Love is lonely.' The guy who wrote these supers had a bong in one hand and Barthe's A Lover's Discourse in another.

'Addiction is forever', only if your Daddy tells you to go to rehab and you say 'No, No, No'.

At 2:19, heartbroken souls light up rags and throw them in the air.

Then there's the predicament we all face at some point in our lives.
Poonam Pandey Nasha Screen shot
Should I tell her that she has a big B.O. problem?

Enlighten yourself and catch up on this koan-filled trailer after the jump.

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