It's one of those films you wanted to like. But Dekh Tamasha Dekh turns out to be a film that has the right intentions, but is let down by slapdash execution.
Take the premise, set in '90s Mumbai, for instance. A dead man leads to two extremist religious groups fighting over whether he was Hindu or Muslim. Both groups want the dead person, so they lay the body to rest as per their customs. There are incendiary leaders on both sides raking this up as a major issue. Of course, the fact that the person died as he was crushed under a politician's hoarding, is symbolic.