Young and good-looking Dr. Parineeta alias Pari is in love with Rishabh, a wealthy young man, working in an advertising agency. Both plan to marry soon, as Pari gets pregnant. Unfortunately, Pari in involved in an accident, and both the baby and she die in hospital. In her will, Pari donates her heart to the hospital. Rishabh is devastated, and opposes the plan to donate the heart, the hospital, however, goes ahead with the Pari's last request. Rishabh, after a bout with depression, begins Pari's project, a hospital for sick children called Pari Lok. Meanwhile Pari's heart has been transplanted in a young woman named Dhani. Dhani and Rishabh's paths cross, and Dhani is instantly attracted to him, but Rishabh does not even look twice at her, and is immersed in Pari's memories.
Rishabh and Parineeta are both deeply in love with each other. He is a wealthy young man, working in an advertising agency while she is a hardworking, dedicated doctor. Both marry and soon ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Marvin Jade P (it) wrote: One of the best movies I've seen.
Jill R (ru) wrote: Genial!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Rony P (jp) wrote: Vinay Pathak is outstanding as Amar Kaul....there are some movies where you want to cry happily....DASVIDANIYA is one such movie.
Ranvis F (au) wrote: Great fight scenes, a very good film noir. Well, at least I think it's film noir.
Philo L (mx) wrote: Relationship drama. Great story line and memorable one liners. Three of the four characters are archetypal and wonderfully portrayed. However Julia Roberts despite being an iconic and wonderfully great actress is miscast in this story. She is just too nice to play such a masochistic role. Guess she was probably recruited as a crowd puller.
Harlan H (it) wrote: All I can say is lame.
Ian T (gb) wrote: Interesting idea but spoiled by ridiculous Shakespearian acting and a few too many dramatic soliloquies.
Kiko E (kr) wrote: Hiroshima Mon Amour ( Ni-ju-yo-jikan no joji the 24 hour affair as it is called in Japan) was was only 14 years removed from the tragedy still fresh in the world's collective mind. The film starts off with stock footage of that tragic day where 200,000 lives perished instantly, 90% of whom were civilians. The movie shows the mutilated and burned bodies of the Japanese citizens affected by the atomic blast. Many would go on to suffer for decades. Emmanuelle Riva (Amour) in her film debut is a French movie star at Hiroshima filming a movie about peace. She has an affair with a Japanese man Eiji Okada who speaks fluent French. The male and female leads are never given first names and are simply referred to as He and She. They have fallen in love and She is leaving for France. They must decide whether or not to remain together. The story is very similar to Lost In Translation and Before Midnight. It's a classic French noir film that is hampered a little by the sometimes slow and repetitive second half.
Marc P (ca) wrote: excellent movie. I can't believe I saw this movie 17 years late
Michael B (ag) wrote: While a bit of the original Dr. Seuss' story gets lost in the drawn out Hollywood story, the movie provides a solid family experience that will most certainly be enjoyed by children and even adults who are in the proper mindset.