Much like Imtiaz Ali's other films, this film will also echo for a long time, in the hearts of the viewers. The story, more or less revolves around the slogan "It's our story. We can change the end"
The movie is about a guy named 'Ved' played by Ranbir Kapoor,
who is fed up of living his life according to the terms and
conditions of the society and by chance, meets a chirpy-careless
girl named 'Tara' played by Deepika Padukone, in France. The duo
enjoys each other's company but lies to each other about their real
lives and promise each other that after the France journey ends,
they will never meet each other!
After returning to their real lives, they develop fondness for
each other and what happens next forms the crux of the story. From
a laugh riot to emotional sequences, from flirting to the pain of
being in love with someone you can never be with, Deepika-Ranbir
starrer has them all!
Ranbir Kapoor, has given his best for Tamasha and is powerful
while enacting the scenes in Corsica. The actor, keeps people
hooked through his performance and witty one-liners. Deepika
Padukone, is a little less seen in the movie compared to Ranbir
Kapoor. The actress, has done a brilliant job once again and
spreads laughter throughout the film.
The chemistry between Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone is too
good to watch and should not be missed. Both the actors, have done
justice to their respective roles, in terms of having fun and
enacting heart breaking scenes.
Javed Sheikh, plays the role of Ranbir's dad, and is seen in
only three sequences during the movie. The actor, has been
successful in playing the typical strict dad that almost every
Bollywood movie showcases.
The cinematography of Tamasha is fantastic and showcases the
best spots of Corsica. The landscapes and rivers are breathtaking
and is a delight to watch on the silver screen. The editing and
picturization in a few scenes are a drag and would make you
Tamasha is ambitious. The movie says, we are all unique if we do
what we love. Unfortunately, the storyline gets tiring and loses
its plot while decoding the character's personality.
The movie is a one-time watch, you will love it if you are a