a basic plot all to familiar, made Tamasha like the guilty pleasure Quatro-formaggi pizza you order every once a month. The film had its fair share of weaknesses including plot holes regarding
I wake up from my 'morning/bus' nap I see the frothing lake and cars from the bus window nothing out of the usual 15 minutes till I reach school and the day begins.
The last few months, to say the least, have been a roller-coaster ride. Life in a Europe is very different from that in the Middle East or India.
She is frantically looking for another job, and just so typically (again) finds this well-paying job perfect for her resume and no matter how clumsy she is or how the interview ends up, she gets the job! (O la la, what a surprise!?)
It was refreshing to see such a respectful representation of a mental illness and its treatment. ... At particular points the narration came to a staggering halt leading me twice during the movie to believe that it had ended.
Sometimes the most comforting memory you have of a place is how you'd wait for your parents to come home, or how peaceful the street you lived on was or just the lazy afternoons you'd spend in your lounge watching TV or reading a good book, while your parents prepared a tasty meal for the family.