Dekh Tamasha Dekh

Dekh Tamasha Dekh

3.2 648 Ratings

Directed by : Feroz Abbas Khan

Release Date : | Length : 108 Minutes

  • Critics Rating 3.3/5
  • MJ Rating 3.0/5
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plot

A Freak accident in a quaint village. A Poor tongawala (horse cart plier)dead. A Row over the religious identity of the dead. A Novice police officer in-charge. A Newspaper desperate to increase circulation. A Hindu fundamentalist on warpath. A Muslim fundamentalist on warpath. A Local politician on his path. A Historian powe...more

Verdict

“Dekh Tamasha Dekh is a humorous satire on the Indian society and politics with honest performances. Go watch this tamasha!”

Dekh Tamasha Dekh Credit & Casting

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Dekh Tamasha Dekh Box Office

  • Gross: INR 0.18 cr.
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Dekh Tamasha Dekh Audience Review

Bazeecha-e-itfal Hai Duniya Mere Aage Hota hai shab-o-roz tamasha meray aage.....

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What did I learn. That there are Two States in India. And no not just candy pop shiny happy people ke Mummy Daddy nahi  maanege love stories. And that yes India DOES live in its villages and it is not all idyllic goudhuli  time watching the cows walk home at sunset, simple life spiel. This film is about the resilience and revenge politics that forever simmers below the surface, of love and loath, of karma politics,  how there are no permanent heroes and villains just flitting loyalties fleeting moments; and that everyone loves a good riot. Pressure cooker moments, my love. It is a movie that reminds you that the more things change, the more they stay just the same.  So the Death of A Small Man creates a Big Ruckus in a part of India that could be your home town, my village, so anonymous and familiar the place can be.  Tanvi Azmi has oceans of grief  swimming in her eyes, composure on her lips as the unfortunate widow who is forgotten while the villagers pledge their claim to her husband’s  body and the ensuing Grand Tamasha. The movie most of the time appears to be an anthology of vignettes and I fear that is what overwhelmed me at times—I can liken the process most to my experience with watching a theatre play unfold on three separate stages/rostrums. However, let it not take anything away from your film watching experience. I am sure there will be something to keep you riveted in your seat.

 

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