TAMASHA: life’s beautiful affair


We have a lot of expectations from an Imtiaz Ali movie, especially when the lead roles are played by Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone. The trailer did ignite a tiny excitement amidst us, but is in no way a real picture of the movie.

The movie blew us away and shook us from within.

Tamasha, which is popularly being tagged as a romantic movie, is hardly one. On the other hand, it is a beautiful movie on life!

The movie revolves around Ved (Ranbir Kapoor), his monotonous life, his crazy and charming encounter with Tara (Deepika) in Corsica and his struggle to find himself and follow his true passion.

The movie is an intense drama and not recommended for those who are looking for plain entertainment and silly romcoms.

Imtiaz Ali won us over this time with his heart wrenching story and utterly stunning direction skills! Writing this, I feel I may mar the beauty of the film, since no words, trust me, no words could possibly explain what emotion the movie leaves you with.

Ranbir Kapoor steals the show with his spell binding acting, reversing roles in a jiffy with utmost perfection. He clearly sends a message to Bollwood: There is no one like him.

Deepika Padukone plays her part beautifully and is a complete delight in the movie.

Also A.R. Rahman’s music and Irshad Kamil’s lyrics add a unique flavor to the whole film.

Go and watch this movie if you’re a fan of any of the above.

Go and watch this movie if you’re tired of regular Bollywood Masala flicks, this one would probably be one of the greatest that Indian cinema has ever churned out.

Go and watch this movie if you don’t care what the critics say.

Go and do yourself a favor and watch something unlike anything you’ve ever watched before!

And like my friend said, “You can never get over this movie. Feels like it will stay within us for a very long time indeed.”

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Avleen Kaur Lamba

Avleen Kaur Lamba (Sub-Editor, PU Mirror)

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