Tamasha | Movie Review 28 Nov 2015   731


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Star Cast: Ranbir Kapoor, Deepika Padukone
Directed by: Imtiaz Ali
Genre: Romance
Duration: 2 hours 34 minutes

Critics Review/Rating

Times Of India:

If you watch Imtiaz Ali’s new film assuming that Deepika-Ranbir have unfinished business, you will forgive Tamasha its indulgence. The writer-director obviously knew he was dangling a carrot in front of these two Bollywood exes whose unrequited love has been…
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Mid-Day:

This is not a film telling us a trite, oft repeated story of longings and ecstasies of a man and woman in love. This unique love story talks of self love. It jolts you out of your safe cocoon of social conditioning to pointedly ask you if you love yourself enough to be able to throw up…
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Hindustan Times (HT):

Throughout Tamasha, there is a recurrent line – that it is always the same story of boy meets girl and society creates a rift between them. Is the Deepika Padukone-Ranbir Kapoor-starrer any different? It is not…
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DNA:

Welcome to the world of romance that only Imtiaz Ali can envision and brilliantly capture on celluloid. Tamasha is an attempt straight from the heart, honest and endearing to the point of almost seeming autobiographical…
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Bollywood Hungama:

There have been many films which have been made or inspired by many English novels, or in some cases, a popular proverb or an adage. This week’s release Imtiaz Ali’s TAMASHA falls into the latter. Inspired by the Shakespearean’s extremely popular monologue, ‘All the world’s a stage…
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NDTV Movies:

An off-the beaten track love story that does not go far enough with its surprises, Imtiaz Ali’s Tamasha is a film that flatters to deceive. It rolls along smoothly, but so facile are its placid twists and pat resolutions that they cause nary an emotional ripple…
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CNN IBN:

There are moments in Imtiaz Ali’s Tamasha that are so powerful they pierce you straight in the heart. One such bit comes late in the film, when Deepika Padukone’s character, wracked by guilt and consumed by love, urges Ranbir Kapoor, a man wrestling with his own demons, to forgive her…
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The Indian Express:

Just short of an hour into the film, I was up to there with ‘Tamasha’. All we’d got till then was scene after pretty scene in Corsica – picturesque bistros, colourful locals in fancy dress, leafy green countryside, sparkling blue waters, and two of the most…
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India Today:

There are those rare films which make you not want to write a review, not want to conform to the norm, not want to get back to the tedium that is the daily life. In the recent-day Bollywood, a few films make the cut…
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Rediff:

There are no real people in Tamasha — there are only character-types written in little pink balloon-letters, all floating in cloudland, feels Sreehari Nair. The experience of watching Tamasha presents a profound paradox: the supposedly fun bits in the movie…
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Glamsham:

Finally, Ranbir Kapoor is back with a bang. After the debacle of BESHARAM, ROY and BOMBAY VELVET, he dishes out a performance as smooth as velvet. From Don to mediocre, part-of- the-race corporate employee, to his Dev Anand impersonations…
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