Pehla Nasha Movie Review :
Pehla Nasha (Hindi: पहला नशा, English: First Intoxication (as in Love)) is a 1993 Indian film coordinated by Ashutosh Gowariker who made his directorial debut. The motion picture is a change of Brian de Palma’s 1984 thriller Body Double. Deepak Tijori assumes the lead part nearby Pooja Bhatt, Raveena Tandon and Paresh Rawal. The film likewise has cameo appearances by Aamir Khan, Shahrukh Khan, Juhi Chawla and Saif Ali Khan as themselves. It is the main film to highlight Aamir Khan and Shahrukh Khan in a scene together. Ashutosh Gowariker as of late remarked that it might likewise be the last time the two performers offer screen space together. Other forthcoming on-screen characters at the time, for example, Sudesh Berry and Rahul Roy likewise showed up in the same scene. Upon discharge, the film got poor surveys and fizzled in the cinema world .
A depressed performing artist, Deepak Bakshi (Deepak Tijori), who has a fear and profound dread of encased spaces, goes to live as a guardian in a multi-storied flat, having a place with his companion (Jayant Kripalani), while he is away. His companion demonstrates to him a telescope which is utilized for keeping an eye on an area building which houses a wonderful lady. Deepak takes to keeping an eye all the time. One day while keeping an eye on the lady, Deepak sees her getting assaulted. He chooses to cause included, and lands himself harm with the police as he is currently a suspect for murder.As is the standard with Bollywood, this revamp is uncredited, however that is another story for some other time. “Pehla Nasha” is the directorial introduction of “Lagaan” executive Ashutosh Gowariker, who is seemingly one of the best and most legit chiefs in Bollywood at this moment. I don’t typically take after Bollywood, yet I’ve seen more Indian movies than most white collar class Canadians, and Gowariker never neglects to dumbfound me with the sheer inlet in class between his directorial capacities and that of the vast majority of his associates.
Anyway, about the film, I haven’t seen it in quite a while and I’d envision it would be entirely elusive outside India. All I recollect was entirely loving it and pondering on a par with the first, which I never considered as one of DePalma’s better movies.