Aditya (Vivek Oberoi), a young middle class boy, meets Suhani (Rani Mukerji), a medical student and falls head over heels for her. He pursues her relentlessly in the local trains of Mumbai. Suhani, brushes off Aditya's overtures, because she wants to become a successful doctor and do her parents proud. However, Aditya's persistence pays off and she finally accepts. But opposition from her parents forces the couple to part ways. The separation is unbearable and they get married in secret. Once they are married, is where the real story begins. The bliss ends and reality sets in with misunderstandings and quarrels in tow. Where do the newlyweds go from here? Will Aditya and Suhani understand the true meaning of being a "Saathiya"?
Scott F (de) wrote: Not a bad movie. Everybody does a great job and Eccleston especially shines as John but . . . well, at this point what more can be said about the Beatles? The filmmakers behind this film apparently decided that John Lennon had daddy issues and Yoko needed to be humanized and that a whole movie could be based on that.
Anthony G (nl) wrote: Hereafter is a steady, noiseless examination on death and the dearly departed have on the existing that was completely exhausting. However, this film does not lack any ambition, with the subjects of death and the afterlife. But, it provides such a compelling diegesis with a monotonous and convoluted portrayal that leaves you drifting away to another subject.
Claire B (kr) wrote: The actors, writer and director are all putting so much effort into trying to be cool, trying to be clever, trying to shock, they forget to try to make it clear what it was they were driving at in the first place. Not that I'm sure I give a crap anyway. Seriously, Luke Goss? Who thought that was ever going to work out well?
Scott M (ag) wrote: Fantistic movie, still worth watching.
Fernando B (it) wrote: Mi pelcula animada favorita.
mona l (ag) wrote: i love the song dil se
Javier T (br) wrote: It features a decent creepy storyline but it lacks in acting. The ending sucks....
M C (it) wrote: Demonic Toys is a very entertaining cult classic that's pretty funny (more on purpose than unintentionally) also. 56/100
Outi (kr) wrote: The world's full of these movies.
Fernanda O (ca) wrote: Great movie, easy going to watch, with great life lessons.
Laura H (gb) wrote: I saw RUSHLIGHTS at the chinese theatre in hollywood. I'm a big Aidan Quinn fan and boy is he great in this film. Super intense, sexy. Very well made crime story with "some ending". Also, beautiful cinematography. The works! Highly recommend! Laura Hoskins