Sometimes life gives us unforeseen and unexpected pleasures which sweeps us off our feet and makes us forget its trivial nitty gritties in the dawn of the bigger picture. Truly and honestly, thats what happened to me after I watched 'Dasvidaniya'. All this at the cost of sounding over the board. Now here was a movie which I had to watch since off beat movies starring the likes of Vinay Pathak, Ranvir Shorey, Rajat Kapoor are a must for me. So, amidst my semester exams, one fine noon I set off. Amar Kaul takes off from where Bharat Bhushan(Bheja Fry) left us. The same mannerisms, the same get up. The only difference Amar Kaul is much more sensible, serious and less jolly. When he learns that he has just got three months to live, he decides to make a list of his wish-to-do fantasies, instead of a list of the daily chores of mundane stuff. He finds that his childhood love is now happily married and settled. Yet, he decides to profess his love. He does so using dumb charades and getting drenched in the rain. That scene takes away all the accolades. Your heart reaches out for Amar. Then the scene where Amar is frustrated and sits all alone sobbing by the bridge in Russia. Vinay Pathak has proved his mettle. Then there is the scene where Amar's estranged brother hugs him when he comes to know about his illness. It leaves you smiling and crying at the same time. At the end, though Amar dies, he lives on with you. Kudos to Vinay Pathak. His career(though spanning a few films) best performance. Three cheers for debutant director Shashant Shah for making such a simple yet touching movie. Overall, a very good, simple movie , a must watch. It would take a really good script and story for Vinay to better his perormance.