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Tamasha – Why Always The Same Story (English: A spectacle) is a 2015 Indian romantic drama film written and directed by Imtiaz Ali and produced by Sajid Nadiadwala under his banner, Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment. It features Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone in lead roles. The film score and soundtrack album was composed by A. R. Rahman, with lyrics from Irshad Kamil.
Filmed briefly in Corsica, Indian cities–Shimla, Delhi, Gurgaon, Kolkata; followed by two-day schedule in Tokyo, the film tells the story of character Ved Vardhan Sahni (played by Kapoor) in three stages–as a nine-year-old child, a 19-year-old adolescent and a 30-year-old adult in a drama-based non-linear screenplay.
The film was released on 27 November 2015 to mixed reviews by film critics. However, they praised the performances of lead actors but criticised the unsatisfactory togetherness of the plot. The film received nominations for direction, music and performances of the lead actors, notably Kapoor being nominated under Filmfare Award for Best Actor category and Irshad Kamil winning the Filmfare Award for Best Lyrics for his lyrical work to the soundtrack album of the film.
The film opens with Ved (Ranbir Kapoor) and Tara’s (Deepika Padukone) monotonous back stories as people in the corporate world.[clarification needed] A flashback shows, as a child in Shimla, Ved is fascinated by the stories narrated by a road side story teller (Piyush Mishra) who keeps mixing up his characters.
The film moves to real time where Tara meets adult Ved, while both are holidaying in Corsica. They come up with an amusing verbal pact to keep their real identities undisclosed. They explore the island together. They pretend to be “Don” and “Mona Darling” and talk in filmy dialouges. When she realizes she is falling in love with Ved, Tara decides to leave Corsica despite the romantic friendship with him. The story flashes back to young Ved who questions the story-teller about the reason for happy times ending quickly and notices each story has a sad episode in it.