Producer: Sanjay Singh Singh Rajput & Rajesh Shukla
Director: Jay Prakkash
Star Cast: Rahul Sharma, Resham Thakkar, Parag Pondal, Priyanshu Singh, Randhir Singh Adi Irani & Komalika Chanda.
Genre: Psychological Drama
Plot: Tanvesh (Rahul Sharma) & Sehar (Rashmi Thakkar) are childhood friends and now in college their love blossoms. But very soon their joyous happiness comes to an end with the arrival of a new teacher Miss. Rose (Komalika Chanda) in the college. Rose in reality is suffering from a sexual disorder and after being left by her husband, she becomes a complete nymphomaniac after trying her hand at Lesbianism and then she starts seducing young college boys. And her latest victim is Tanvesh. When Tanvesh realises his mistake he tries to escape from her clutches. While Rose gets so frustrated on being rejected that she starts hooking up with a courier boy, a pizza delivery boy, a pot belied watchman and so on & so forth.
Aces: The bold subject of the film which is new to Hindi Cinema including the phone sex angle. Director Jay Prakkash has done a good job by bringing to light the ordeals of a nymphomaniac lady and the impact it has on society, especially Gen X. Komalalika Chanda has given a par excellence performance as a nymphomaniac lady. Amongst the rest of the cast Rahul Sharma stands out by giving delivering a restrained act. The other actors too have given a good account of themselves.
Minuses: Although there are a good number of steamy & sexually stimulating scenes, a lack of proper musical score & entertainment value may hamper the film.
Last Word: All in all Miss. Teacher is a youth centric film but it will be liked by the other age group too. So in the long run and with ample word of mouth publicity Miss. Teacher may do a real good business.