‘Tamasha’ – Top reasons to watch the movie


After extensive promotions from visiting television shows to the unique idea of undertaking an overnight train journey, ‘Tamasha’ finally hits theatres. It has been one of the most awaited films of 2015. The lead actors of the film Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone have a huge fan base and their fans will definitely flock to the theatres to watch their favourite stars.

Here are some more reasons to catch ‘Tamasha’ at the theatres.

Ranbir-Deepika pairing

The former lovers-turned-good friends not only share a crackling onscreen chemistry, they are also splendid actors. The couple has been often compared to the iconic romantic couple of Bollywood – Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol. They shared screen space in their last film ‘Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani’ post their break-up and amazed everyone with their comfortable rapport. It is expected that they will scorch the screen in ‘Tamasha’ as well.

Imtiaz Ali

Imtiaz Ali makes love stories with a difference, which verges on the unconventional. His previous films ‘Jab We Met’, ‘Love Aaj Kal’, ‘Rockstar’ had unique concepts and explored the relationship in different forms. An entertainment portal quoted the director as saying, "'Tamasha' has that kind of love which makes a normal person extraordinary, which makes a commoner an artist. This is the kind of love through which you understand why you need a woman in life and how it takes you on a journey through which we identify ourselves."  

Music

Music is an important part of any Imtiaz Ali film, and the soundtrack for the film has been composed by Oscar-winning composer A R Rahman who also created music for the director’s ‘Highway’ and ‘Rockstar’. All the songs are very integral to the film and form a part of the film’s story. Moreover, singers Alka Yagnik who sang ‘Agar Tum Saath Ho’ and Lucky Ali who crooned ‘Safarnama’ are being heard after a long time.

Locations

Like Imtiaz’s other films, ‘Tamasha’ also explores beautiful locations across different countries and cities. The film has been shot in the scenic island of Corsica with breathtaking coastlines and mountains, to Tokyo, Shimla, Delhi and Kolkata. Especially the French island has been captured beautifully with its culture and old-world charm.

Release time

‘Tamasha’ is being released when there is no other big release. Last week too there was no major Bollywood film in theatres, and Salman Khan’s ‘Prem Ratan Dhan Payo’ which released two weeks ago was a family drama. An intense romance film like ‘Tamasha’ is also releasing after a long time.