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
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.