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Tamasha is about the journey of someone who has lost his edge in trying to follow socially acceptable conventions of society. The film is based on the central theme of abrasion and loss of ... See full summary »
This story explores love - the shapes it takes, the ways it changes us and the exhilarating and often terrifying ride it takes us on. It is the journey of two characters, Alizeh and Ayan, as they navigate life, love and heartbreak.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
A statue in a town's square narrates to a journalist the story of 9th standard-failed, unemployed, trouble-maker and stutterer Premshankar Sharma. Premshankar, cons Mr. Pinto into buying a dilapidated flat to pay for expenses of the Happy Club over which he presides, much to the disapproval of his restaurateur father, Shivshankar, who wants him to wed Shakuntala Mishra. Premshankar's life will undergo many changes after he falls in love with Pinto's adopted daughter, Jenny. He believes that she also loves him, and even helps her to elope after her parents force her to wed wealthy Tony. Premshankar ends up in despair when he finds out that Jenny's true love is Canada-based Rahul, the son of wealthy politician, Pitambar Jalan.Written by
APKGK was intended & marketed as fun popcorn munching entertainment. However, that's probably asking for too much from this absolute waste of celluloid that's testimony to a new upcoming genre in Bollywood I'd like to call 'retarded comedies' - stuff like Singh Is King, Tashan, Do Knot Disturb etc. that's beyond rom-com, beyond mindless, beyond leave-ur-brain-behind entertainment..it's down right retarded.
Movies like this just goes on to show how marketing blitzkrieg can manage to sell even unbelievably pathetic, nonsensical, nonexistent scripts.
I can imagine only 2 types of audiences who'd enjoy this film: 1) You're a giggly teenage girl with a crush on Ranbir Kapoor. 2) You're generally fond of absolutely silliness.
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