|Directed by||Shashant Shah|
|Produced by||Guneet Monga |
|Written by||Arshad Syed|
|Music by||Kailash Kher|
|Budget||₹ 1 million|
|Box office||₹ 18,700,000.|
Dasvidaniya (दसविदानिया) is a Bollywood comedy-drama film released on 7 November 2008. The name of the movie is a pun on the list of ten things to be done before death made by Vinay Pathak, and is a play on the Russian phrase до свидания (do svidaniya), meaning bye.  
Amar Kaul (Vinay Pathak) is a 37-year-old accounts manager at a company called Suraj Pharmaceuticals in Mumbai. He is single and lives with his mother (Sarita Joshi). He lives a nondescript life with people oblivious to his existence. One day his doctor tells him that he will die within three months due to stomach cancer. Realising that his time is limited, Amar makes a list of ten things he wants to do during his life, and sets out to do them. They are:
- Buy a red car.
- Tour abroad.
- Play guitar.
- Confess his unrequited love for his childhood crush Neha.
- Stand up to his boss.
- Visit his old friend Rajiv Jhulka.
- Experience romance.
- Reveal his condition to his mother.
- Have his photo published in the newspaper.
- Mend his relationship with his younger brother.
He finds the true joys of life in a few months which was hidden all his life. After three months, at the time of his death, he leaves something for all his near and dear ones, leaving all of them happy and thankful to him.
- Vinay Pathak as Amar Kaul
- Neha Dhupia as Neha Bhanot
- Rajat Kapoor as Rajiv Jhulka
- Sarita Joshi as Amar's mother
- Saurabh Shukla as Dasgupta, Amar's boss
- Suchitra Pillai as Suchi R. Jhulka
- Joy Fernandes as Savio
- Purbi Joshi as Garima
- Gaurav Gera as Vivek Kaul
- Manoylo Svitlana as Tatanya
- Brijendra Kala as Shiraz
|1||"O Maa Meri Maa Pyaari Maa – Mammaa"||Kailash Kher||Kailash Kher||04:30|
|2||"Sare Sehar Ki Jagmag Ke Bitar Hai Andhera – Alvida"||Kailash Kher||Kailash Kher||05:03|
|3||"Muskura Mere Dil"||Sonu Nigam||Kailash Kher, Naresh Kamath, Paresh Kamath – The Kailasa Band||03:40|
|4||"Muskura Mere Dil (Inst)"||Instrumental||Kailash Kher, Naresh Kamath, Paresh Kamath – The Kailasa Band||03:15|
|5||"Sare Sehar Ki Jagmag Ke Bitar Hai Andhera – Alvida (Remix)"||Kailash Kher||Kailash Kher, Naresh Kamath, Paresh Kamath – The Kailasa Band||04:20|
The film received favourable reviews from critics. Martin D'Souza of Bollywood Trade News Network gave the movie 4 stars out of 5 calling it "a memorable experience, one that will leave you richer". Gaurav Malani of Indiatimes Movies gave the film 3 stars, praising the cast, dialogue and scripting and recommended that the movie "should top the list of your 10 most important things to do this weekend." The movie has also been referred by its pun line as "the best goodbye movie ever."
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- "Not so Funny". Indian Express. 27 October 2008. Archived from the original on 20 September 2012. Retrieved 2008-10-27.
- "How DASVIDANIYA was named!". www.glamsham.com. Retrieved 29 November 2007.
- "Nina starring as the goofy sidekick" (14 May 2009). "[comment in] Topic: Dasvidaniya (*ring Vinay Pathak, Neha Dhupia, Ranvir Shorey, Rajat Kapoor)". BollyWHAT?com: The Guide for Clueless Fans of Hindi Films. bollywhat.com. Retrieved 22 February 2014.
after the v[ery] last scene, when the brother and friend are 'grading' his list as 10 out 10, there's the 'Das' of Dasvidaniya that appears alone, next to the number 10, which then morphs into the rest of the word.
- "etu Who wants to be the one & only superstar" (15 February 2009). "[comment in] Topic: Dasvidaniya (*ring Vinay Pathak, Neha Dhupia, Ranvir Shorey, Rajat Kapoor)". BollyWHAT?com: The Guide for Clueless Fans of Hindi Films. bollywhat.com. Retrieved 22 February 2014.
it's called Dasvidanya because... he has an affair with a Russian prostitute who cares for him at a dark hour, and since she doesn't speak English or Hindi, this is how he tells her goodbye for the last time.Concept of this film was taken from a Hollywood movie The bucket list.
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- "Dasvidaniya: The Best Goodbye Movie Ever". Guy Down the Street. Retrieved 4 May 2009.