Tamasha Critics Review & Rating
Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone are returning back on screen, three years since Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani, with Imitiaz Ali’s Tamasha. Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone’s earlier films together have been a mixed bag. Bachna Ae Haseeno had only one segment devoted to this on-screen couple. Their only other full-length film together Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani was a bewildering mishmash of relationships, among a quartet of youngsters. It worked much better on release than in hindsight. Tamasha is in that sense a true litmus test for the pair’s conjoined powers. Tamasha addresses itself to the question of an individual’s yearning as weighed down by his effort to eke out an earning.
The clash of the motivational and the real should give a cutting edge to the narrative.We don’t have celluloid heroes and heroines who seek to gratify their imagination by seeking to harness it into wish-fulfilment. This is A R Rahman’s second collaboration with Imtiaz Ali and Ranbir Kapoor after Rockstar. Watch out for the love ballad Tum saath ho sung by Arjit Singh (must he sing every evocative love ballad that makes its way into our movies?) and the long-time-no-hear Alka Yagnik. Tamasha tells the story of character “Ved” (played by Ranbir Kapoor) who loses his self by living according to the social conventions expected of him.
Indian Cinema Magazine UAE Review #Tamasha. Boring & Crap film. #RanbirKapoor Career is Over Now !! @kamaalrkhan U r Right again. ☆☆ 2*/5*
Indian Cinema Magazine UAE Review #Tamasha. @deepikapadukone gave TOP Class Performance again after #Piku. She Steals the Show all the Way.
#Tamasha is simply BORING, Crap Story & Poor Music. #RanbirKapoor irritating !! His Career is in Danger Zone Now. Don’t Waste Money Fans. ☆☆
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