Anita reviews Tamasha.
Life does not begin when you find love; it begins when you find yourself. To begin a movie of passion in the second act, sustain its tempo and carry it into the third act without dropping the fervour takes a team of equally passionate individuals to hold it together on that octave.
Tamasha, with such effortlessness you see acting imprinted on Ranbir’s DNA, while Deepika with eyes so transparent you can see her squirming soul.
May not be everyone’s choice of drama, the detailing slows the pace but it’s all to take you to the moment of finding yourself, where you find love.
Directed by: Imtiaz Ali
Produced by: Sajid Nadiadwala
Written by: Imtiaz Ali
Music by: A. R. Rahman
Cinematography: Ravi Varman
Edited by : Aarti Bajaj
Production company : Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment
Distributed by : UTV Motion Pictures
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Born and wedded, into a confluence of different cultures, Anita has lived in both, a traditional state and a cosmopolitan city. She has seen an assortment of unfavorable rustic practices, as much as philanthropic efforts. Her latest novel is set in this backdrop. She is a software developer and loves to dabble in digital Art. She is married to an architect. Anita is a film buff and has a good sense of humour.