Tamasha Movie Review: The movie ‘Tamasha’ was waited for so long since the teaser, trailer and poster was released as it was ‘Get-Together’ of the current most romantic Jodi of Bollywood. Ranbir Kapoor appeared in the newest look with the beard like he had in Roy movie, while the charisma and gorgeousness of Deepika Padukone had already been glimpsed in the trailer itself. So what is the Review of movie Tamasha? Is this Movie worth watching? Does it justifies the official trailer? Has the chemistry between the duo remained the same? Here’s what we find out from the movie ‘Tamasha’
Tamasha Movie Review:
Imtiaz Ali has directed ‘Jab We Met’, and it is one of the movie that was admired by almost everyone who is or isn’t a Bollywood fan since he has that mightiness and potential to show the ‘Love‘, ‘Real Emotions’ and ‘Feelings’ on screen as if it’s actually true. The Pair of adoring Deepika Padukone and dashing Ranbir Kapoor has given the super hit ‘Yeh Jawaani hai Deewani’ and after their break up, they weren’t supposed to shoot together but as Bollywood Tadka and TRPs ‘Magical Formula’ works’; this 2 were brought together by Ali and it worked partially. Let’s know how and why.
Tamasha invokes the character Ved Vardhan Sahni which is played by Ranbir and Tara Maheshwari who narrates Deepika are the exact opposite characters switched of ‘YJHD’ but as the trailer expressed ‘Why always the same story?‘ this doesn’t justifies the punch line. Anyways, Ved wants to try out something different (Just like Deepika in YJHD) because he is fed up of his job, personal life and following the instructions like a puppet; the social conventions and traditions are no longer any taste of tea or coffee for him. While Deepika is eloquent, elite and emotionally agile girl who wants to have a gentle gait in life.
This real life zero goes to Corsica (France) and obviously the original dude-bold Ranbir finds his partner ‘Mona Darling’ -yes, the popular lines of the trailer when Ranbir says ‘Me tumhe Mona kahu ya Darling’. Javed Sheikh plays as Ved’s father, Faraaz Servaia as Tara’s brother & Nikhil Bhagat as Tara’s father are the supporting characters in the film (Not making any major contribution). Produced by Sajid Nadiadwala, Singing by Arijit Singh and Music by A R Rahman, this movie is a simple but trying to be complex in nature in both the halves. The film has great photography and dialogues & the film was shot in France, Japan and India’s Delhi, Gurgaon, Kolkata and Shimla (The expected Ali location).
Soundtrack, composed by A. R. Rahman and lyrics from Irshad Kamil, rocked the audience and fans as ‘Heer to badi sad hain‘ and ‘Matargashti‘ ruled the recitation on everyone who listen to it. Moving on, the story takes a U-turn when the Corsica period gets over and it’s time to Depart i.e. Bollywood’s Typical Departure wherein either Hero or Heroine would have fallen in love but the opposite one wouldn’t reckon at that particular time. Deepika’s wardrobe and acting is fantastic and praiseworthy, so a Deepika fan club wouldn’t miss this movie for sure. She is surely having a ‘Golden Year’ as her ‘Bajirao Mastani’ is soon to be in the theatres on December 18, 2015 with her most unique and prestigious look ever on screen.
‘Whatever happens in Corsica stays in Corsica‘ and ‘Hum jo bhi kahenge jooth kahenge jhooth ke alawa kuch nahi kahenge’ are the goosebumps moments of the first half. Ranbir as usual would be the one who admits of ‘Not in Love’ and Mona Darling is kind of betrayed but the story of the second half moves on when the duo has something interesting to meet up in their personal lives. Well, we don’t want to be a spoiler so catch the most astonishing part of both in Tamasha- the most awaited movie of Bollywood 2015.
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Article publié pour la première fois le 27/11/2015