Here Are 15 Dialogues Of The Movie 'Tamasha', Which Makes It More Beautiful

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“Tu koi Aur Hai Ved, Yeh Sab Nakli Hai” is not just a dialogue, it’s an emotion wherein, whenever we hear it, we find ourselves drenched in the self-interrogation zone and questions like ‘who we are’ and ‘what is our actual purpose’ pops up instantly. Similarly, Tamasha was not just a movie. It was a lens, to open the eyes of our heart and to look within us, to seek our purpose on this planet and break the traditional pattern of “eat, sleep, work & repeat”. It was made in a beautiful way, yet it was misunderstood by many, which overall led to the building of a wrong interpretation of the movie. And being a ‘ Tamasha’ fan, I can help a few of the critics to rethink about their interpretations and to watch the masterpiece again. Here are some of the mindblowing dialogues which will not only make you rewatch the movie but will make you question things you thought you were doing right. 

When You Discover Your Worth

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When you step out of the common pattern of thinking, you wonder what is your cup of tea and what can be done to achieve that self-satisfaction. If you are the person who is working for his needs and not for himself, then think again. Are you really meant for this? 

The Self Introspection Comes With Fear

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When you introspect your current scenario, it leads to an unknown fear. The fear of ‘how will you do things’ and ‘what you should do now’ is constant if you’re not doing what you dreamt of.   This dialogue makes you wonder if you are letting your fear win & not your dreams!

When You Are Living A Life Just For Surviving.

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Living and surviving are two different things. Most of us just survive our whole life in doing things that will just fulfill our necessities.  But this dialogue forces us to question ourselves and think whether we are living or surviving. We have just one life, should we fake it and cover the reality with the blanket of necessities or embrace the reality and do what we love?

But You Choose To Cover The Reality

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We are not aware of the things which can really make us ‘us’. Thus, when someone else realizes your worth but you haven’t given it a thought, you try to cover the reality with the blanket of necessities despite the fact that you were given choices, choices to be what you are, for real!  

The Repeated Patterns

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The same old chain of patterns keeps happening around us and with us if we don’t do anything to bring a change. Change is necessary, and so is the breaking the repeated old patterns. 

The Reality-Check

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In a beautiful manner, Ved here tells us how our dreams are shattered by few choices and we become the servants of our circumstances, making them either our boss, our decision-makers and depending on them.  

We Are The Modern Slaves

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Our choices make us the slaves of our circumstances. We eat, sleep, work and repeat without the inner satisfaction. This dialogue here shows how a person becomes a modern slave and work for his survival, just like old times. 

What Is Within?

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What is within? This question can make us wonder for long some appealing thoughts like ‘Are we doing things the right way?’ or ‘Is this we really want’? or ‘What is our motive’? 

When You Hide In Your Fear

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This shows how we are engaged in doing things that not only are against our personalities but also face long troubles in doing them. we keep doing it still, and without any complaints… 

Promises and Circumstances

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When we make promises, we aren’t aware of the future circumstances and thus, they may seem difficult given the shift in ideal circumstances.  

Are You In The Right Place?

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You can wander about various things and this is one of them. Are you in the place, where you’re supposed to be? Do you know your worth? Are you there where you want to go? 

True Love Doesn't Exist, Just Like Santa Claus!

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True Love is a very subjective concept. It varies for every person but still, it comes with lots of efforts which most people don’t put in. This is the reason very few people are able to find their true love and you’re lucky if you have already found yours! 

Promise Me All The Things, Which Are Beautiful And A LIE

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This dialogue in a way tells us that it’s okay to live in a lie, and lies which are beautiful for some time. But what if you reveal your true self in those beautiful lies? 

You Love 'ME', Which I Am Not!

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You disguise many times in front of the world so that no one knows you who you are, but you are really lucky if your partner discovers ‘YOU’ and loves you for your inner self. Ved was lucky, but he was just not ‘Ved’.

Heroes From Within, Helpless From Outside

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We all want to become the hero of our dreams and run the storyline according to us. But circumstances challenge us to fulfil our dreams and our choices either make us the real hero or helpless. 
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