Tamasha 1st Day Occupancy Report – Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai & Kolkata Collection Report

Tamasha First Day Box Office Occupancy Rate

Director Imtiaz Ali’s Bollywood movie “Tamasha” starring Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone in the lead roles has received positive reviews from the audience across the globe. Written by Imtiaz Ali, “Tamasha” is a romantic drama film, which is different from routine love stories. The movie revolves around the story of a guy named Ved (Ranbir Kapoor), who loses his self by living according to the social conventions. The movie offers a wonderful message to the viewers. Ved, who has grown up among stories, meets Tara at an exotic island in France. He wants his story with Tara to be different. So they only lie about themselves and they decided not to meet again after return from the island. What happens when they develop fondness for each other will form the crux of the story. The audiences, who have watched “Tamasha”, say that Imtiaz Ali has penned a brilliant love story. As Ved, Ranbir Kapoor has delivered wonderful performance in it. Deepika Padukone has less screen presence, but she manages to steal the show.


The movie has superb production values and AR Rahman’s music and Ravi Varman’s camera work are the main attractions in the technical front. Total first day income of Tamasha has not been much affected by the other released films Prem Ratan Dhan Payo but it received good response of the viewers. Morning Show (First day) box office occupancy of Tamasha movie is around 35-30% Rate.  Final numbers are still being compile and the exacts will be soon updated. The film has performed well in Mass-dominated centres – like Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Rajasthan, C.P and C.I and also West Bengal, Mysore. The film has shown a mind blowing performance and has raised the public expectations much more than before. Actors in supportive roles have also been loved by the viewers for their outstanding performance. Film has opened tremendously on its first day of release and we hope that the film continues to make big name and fame with record breaking collections in the first weekend.

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