Ten things to do before i die!
Sounds familiar to the The Bucket List? Even then Dasvidaniya stands on its own merit; for the excellent presentational format,for the engaging dialogues, for that rare on your face dramma and above all for that a maverick performance from the house of Pathak's (or Rajat?).
From a viewer's point of view, only if the later part of the movie would have beeen as tight as it was in the beginning. Barring that little sluggishness at the end, Dasvidaniya stays afloat with the people who crave for the fresh wave of Indian cinema. It needs your endorsement to sustain.