Catch The Crackling Chemistry of Deepika & Ranbir amidst scenic locations backed by a decent love story like never before from Imtiaz Ali.
This Friday, you have a solo release, which comes in the form of a Romantic drama film called Tamasha. The film is directed and written by the talented filmmaker Imtiaz Ali, which is produced by Sajid Nadiwala under the banner called Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment. The film was shot primarily in a small place called Corsica in France apart from a number of Indian cities like Delhi, Gurgaon, Kolkata and Shimla along with Tokyo, Japan and finally it ended up in Bombay starting from July 2014 to August 2015. The music comes from A R Rahman, while the lyrics have been given by Irshad Kamil and yes the film has one of the hottest couple of B Town- Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone along with Javed Sheikh, Nikhil Bhagat, Faraaz Servaia and Punam Singh in the supporting roles. Now, let’s dig deep into the film to get the crux of the same.
The film is all about a story of a young man called Ved played by Ranbir Kapoor who is a man who has been brought up hearing lots of stories and he loves to perform on them. He is a free spirited man who loves to make people happy around him while playing the role of a nomad who is an average person who never likes to portray his talents until he gets the support from someone. The film portrays his life in three different phrases- a nice year old child, 19 year old adult and 30 year old repatriate adult. The other character is of Deepika Padukone called Tara Maheshwari, which is eloquent, emotional and quick agile girl with a gentle pace who is a fan of Asterix (French comic) that is based in Corsica. The film sets out an adventure for both the characters who meet in this island and then explores it followed by falling in love while moving in different characters to break the monotony of life. So, what happens at the end when the two falls in love is interesting to explore when the film finally hits the theatres.
Tamasha Script analysis
Imtiaz Ali is among the talented filmmakers of B Town. He is known to have experimented a lot with the subject of love, right from making it as an inspiration, discovery, a formula or a journey, he tried to explore it everything with a different approach. Right from Socha Na Tha his debut film to Jab We Met and even in Rockstar and Highway, he was smart enough to experiment with this subject the best. When it comes to love in Tamasha, it seems very much intense and overwhelming in its might and power. However, this time he seems to have used this word Love with a caution. You would find a man woman relationship, which is recurring, however, in Tamasha, it comes out to be a like an inspiration, which breaks you down but give a complete new in you. The film though starts on a slow note, but picks up the pace with time. You may worry about the haphazard things happening in the film moving from one story to the other, which the character of Ranbir narrates, however, soon indulged in the tale of love with different sticking to your seats for long. All in all a different and unique kind of script, which Imtiaz Ali is known for giving to the B Town audience.
Tamasha Star Performances
Talking about the performances, the real success element of the film lays in the key performances of the star characters. Starting with Ranbir, he is an accomplished actor, who has tried and experimented with different roles and characters including one of the challenging characters of Imtiaz Ali’s film Rockstar. Unlike any other film, he is too good and hope to be lucky enough to make it a big bet in box office number. In the character of a young man who loves to narrate stories to different people, he was simply awesome playing different emotions and characters for his role called Ved. Similarly, Deepika Padukone is also too good when it comes to playing the character of a tea company owner of Darjeeling called Tara Maheshwari. The crackling chemistry the two shares is incredible in the movie, which make the film worthy enough to be caught over the silver screen.
Music, Screenplay, Editing and Technical stuff
Talking about the Music no one can A R Rahman who has composed the music for Tamasha. The soundtrack of the film is simply a big treat for all the music lovers. Be it is the song called Heer Toh Badi Sad Hai, Matargashti, Wat Wat Wat or Agar Tum Saath Ho, every song has its own melody and charm to explore and enjoy. The songs comes along with an interesting blend of happy, soulful, sad and desi rock numbers, which makes them all high at the chartbuster list. The other elements like direction, editing and technical stuff are simply awesome, which boost up the entertainment value of the film to a next level. Lastly, don’t miss the scenic locations, which the director has took hard to find out and include in the film to give and edge to the film.
Tamasha Review : Last Word
The film Tamasha is essentially a romantic drama, which has every shade of emotions that revolves around the subject of love. Imtiaz Ali the director of the film is smart enough to play with this subject in different ways and once again in Tamasha he has maintained his unique style and cool script before the audience. Don’t forget the crackling chemistry of Ranbir and Deepika, which surpasses all the expectations one can have from a film of this ace onscreen couple. All is all, you would simply love to catch this film for its innocent story, incredible chemistry between the lead stars, soothing music and cool performances, which gives us all the reason to give a better rating.
Critic Review: 2.5*
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