Rating : 3.5/5.
Cast : Ranbir Kapoor, Deepika Padukone and Others.
Directed by : Imitiaz Ali.
Language : Hindi.
Genre : Romance Drama Comedy.
Release date : 27th November 2015.
Music : A R Rahman.
Bottom Line : Just be yourself.
‘Why always the same story’, With this tagline, Director Imitiaz Ali grabbed the eye balls of audience. The director Is best at making contemporary love stories. His previous films Hai Jawaani Hain Dewaani, Rock Star, Love Aaj Kal and Wake up Sid are epitomes of his work.
Tamasha kicks off in Corsica, France. A happy go lucky girl, Tara Maheshwari played by Deepika Padukone, who lost her accessories and passport bumps into a carefree guy, Trivedi Hansari ( Ranbir Kapoor). In no time, They gets cozy owing to same attitude. They decide to explore themselves under one condition. ‘Whatever they do it is in Corsica and They will never meet again.’ In the meantime, Tara gets her passport back and leave for India. After a few years, Tara, who cherish with Vedh memories, comes across Trivedh in Delhi. But This time She observes a different Vedh, who is polite and follows a pattern life. When Vedh proposes Tara, She rejects him because of not being himself. Then on, He acts weird. What happens next is rest of the story.
As I said before, Imitiaz Ali is best making love stories. There is a tricky screenplay. For the first few minutes you would feel flummox but gradually the director connects you to the puzzles he created. In the end you will find his theme.The best thing about Imitiaz, is extracting the best on screen chemistry from lead pair.He create some magic and made audiences awe struck. AR Rahman has scored foot tapping tunes. Matargasti is turned out as one of my favorite of Rahman compositions.
This is the fourth time for Ranbir Kapoor to collaborate with director Imitiaz Ali.Their coordination is always excellent. The actor steals the show with his impeccable performance. His onscreen love interest, Deepika Padukone has confined to first half and much less in second half because of script.The other cast members are good in their roles.
Tamasha has managed to enthrall the viewers despite having some cliche frames. Ranbir Kapoor bounced back with this film. There are some sparkle moments and the same time some jaded moments too. However, Tamasha will rejuvenate you. I will go with three and half out of five stars.
Reviewed by Shrinu Nakka.