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Review: Dasvidaniya, may succeed in entertaining people.

Coincidentally, the movie bears an uncanny resemblance to "The Bucket List"...

Published: Friday,Nov 14, 2008 15:25 PM GMT-07:00
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After a long time, a bittersweet situational comedy have hit screens across India. Named 'Dasvidaniya',  directed by Shashant Shah and produced by Azam Khan and Vinay Pathak, boasts of names like Vinay Pathak, Neha Dhupia, Ranvir Shorey, Rajat Kapoor, Saurabh Shukla, Suresh Menon, Gaurav Gera, Purvi Joshi, Dina, Kunal Kumar, Sachin Khurana, Suchitra Pillai, Sarita Joshi, Kiku Sharda, Joy Fernandes, Brijendra Kala and Chandan Bisht.

Dasvidaniya is a story of shy and quiet Amar Kaul who is repressing all those people who have always wanted to do things but kept them on hold. One of the many unknown faces on the streets; he is leading a contented life. And then one day a doctor told him that he will die within 3 months. Amar realizes that there are so many things that he wanted to do, but could never achieve, owing to one reason or the other. So, he makes a list of 'Things To Do Before He Dies'. His 'to do things' list is symbolical of our wishes that could never culminate into reality.

Savoring to the changing phase of Bollywood, Vinay Pathak brims up with a fantabulous script that'll let ourselves reflect on every frame. Spelling best out of him, actor Vinay Pathak not just dons the lead role, but you have him standing on the shoes of a producer for first time.

On the whole, Dasvidaniya works well in the first half but second half is a bit slow. Coincidentally, the movie bears an uncanny resemblance to "The Bucket List".

Bollycurry Rating: 2.5 chillies out of 5. “Dasvidaniya” may succeed in entertaining people.
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Neha Dhupia Rajat Kapoor Saurabh Shukla Ranvir Shorey Vinay Pathak Gaurav Gera Sarita Joshi Suresh Menon Sachin Khurana Azam Khan Brijendra Kala Chandan Bisht Joy Fernandes Kiku Sharda Kunal Kumar

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