If Ranbir is exhilarating in scenes and situations that tap his versatility, Deepika is sure and steady even when the spotlight isn’t on her and she is reduced to playing second fiddle
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"Tamasha is absolutely brilliant, extraordinarily fabulous and exceedingly nuanced. Ranbir, Deepika pairing is extremely special. They truly up their game. Whenever they come onscreen they make the film delightful. Ranbir is a stellar performer. He inspires me; words are not enough to explain his talent"
"Since Ranbir's last three movies have not done well, whatever people are saying about him is now proved wrong. Ranbir is a talented actor and I just want him to be happy. This is everybody's effort that Tamasha is doing well. But I am happy that finally people's reaction about Ranbir has changed," said Deepika
Mumbai hotspot Olive was the perfect setting for a Tamasha of a rather different sort. For once, the cameras didn't bother Deepika and her rumoured boyfriend Ranveer Singh, who let their guard down and put on a display of affection, oblivious to the presence of their colleagues from Bollywood and the press
"I met this lady who said, 'You should have made the film earlier. I am too old to define my life now.' There were other people and before I could understand what she had said, she was gone. I wish I could have just talked to her. There are many such reactions to the story, which is exhilarating for a filmmaker," said Imtiaz Ali
In his review to NDTV, Saibal Chatterjee said: "In a film that belongs essentially to a superb Ranbir Kapoor, Deepika does not let the screenplay short-change her. Deepika is sure and steady even when the spotlight isnât on her." Directed by Imtiaz Ali, the much-awaited movie opened to theatres on November 27.
Tamasha co-stars Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone thrilled audiences as they danced to the tunes of their famous Matargashti song from the film.
Watch out for the Tamasha trio Ranbir Kapoor, Deepika Padukone and Imtiaz Ali who thrilled the audiences as they danced to the tunes of their famous Matargashti song from the film. In an interview to NDTV, Ranbir Kapoor said, "There is lots of love, respect and care that the three of us feel for each other." Whereas commenting on the chemistry shared between the duo, Tamasha director Imtiaz Ali said: "They inherently enjoy working with each other and trust each other as actors."
Deepika Padukone visited the Siddhivinayak temple on November 26, to seek blessings for her film Tamasha, which also stars Ranbir Kapoor. Deepika never fails to pay a visit to the shrine before the release of her movies. Tamasha hit screens on November 27, and Deepika's next, Bajirao Mastani, releases on December 18.
Tamasha co-stars Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone celebrated the success of their film with a party attended by A-list guests in Mumbai on November 30. Tamasha, which released on November 27, made Rs 38 crores in its opening weekend in India.
Deepika Padukone visited the Siddhivinayak temple in Mumbai on November 26, a day before the release of her new film Tamasha, in which she co-stars with her ex-flame Ranbir Kapoor
Actress Deepika Padukone was all smiles as she drove to the special screening of her film Tamasha in Mumbai on November 25. Tamasha releases this Friday.
Actors Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone and director Imtiaz Ali arrived in Delhi by train from Mumbai on November 23 to a huge welcome from excited fans crowding the Ajmeri Gate end of the station. Deepika, Ranbir, Imtiaz and gang are in Delhi to promote their film Tamasha which opens on Friday.