Synopsis: 37-year old Mumbai-based Amar Kaul lives a middle-classed lifestyle with his deaf and widowed mother, and is employed as an Accounts Manager with Suraj Pharmaceuticals. His boss, Dasgupta, who is always snacking, abuses him, and often makes him not only work late but also asks him to finish work at home. After going through a medical check-up for an upset stomach, he is told that he has third stage cancer and has only a few months to live. He then sets about to prepare a 10-item 'to do' list which include buying a car; visiting his friend, Dr. Rajiv Jhukla, in Russia; taking guitar lessons; confessing his true feelings to Neha Banot; as well a plan for getting back at Dasgupta. He does not know the shock and trauma that await him when he sets about to complete this final task - and the impact this news will have on his mother.
Genre: Comedy, Drama
113 min

At that stage there is very

little medical science can do.

Are you sure?

I am sorry, Mr. Kaul.

How much time do I have left?

The world seems forlorn, still.

My dream, so innate.

The world seems forlorn, still.

My dream, so innate.

Within the shimmer of

the city lies darkness.

Sorrow is hidden

behind every smile.

If this is true then let me

live each moment to its fullest.

And smilingly I

will say to sorrow.





Life, don't meet me as a stranger.

Life, don't meet me as a stranger.

Worship is

included in every prayer.

Worship is

included in every prayer.

Life, don't meet me as a stranger.

Worship is

included in every prayer.

Why are you woebegone?

Cheer up!

Do you know,

you have so much work left?


So you didn't do the

work I gave you yesterday.

No, right?

Sir, I am not well.

Look, Mr. Kaul. This is an office.

It's not a KG classroom.

That you said sir, I was not well.

My stomach was paining.

So I didn't do my homework.



Sir, Namdev has gone to the

airport to pick up your wife.

I see. Come here.

He can't do anything.

He is messing up everything.

Go. Handle it.

Do something.

- I will do something.


Listen! I had ordered for juice!

Find out whether it has come or not.

Were our problems less, Amar...

...that you have put

us into more trouble?

What did boss say?

This is last year's

outstanding account.

The credit list has

to be checked. Got it?

That too within an hour.

His father is in Delhi.

With a sword in his hand.

You have spoilt my mood.

Really! Somebody makes the mistake...

...and somebody else

has to pay the price!

My day is ruined!

Come on! Tonight I will

alleviate your sorrow with rum.


- Toast.

The cure for our sorrow.

Let's go there.

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Kailash Kher

Kailash Kher is an Indian film music composer and pop - rock based singer, he sung songs with a music style influenced by Indian folk music and Sufi music.He is a prominent singer in Hindi Gujarati, Nepali, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Bengali, Odia and Urdu languages. Though his professional prowess encompasses most of the Indian languages, his contribution to Indian music lies way beyond that. He is a prime candidate amongst the contemporary Sufi singers. He has sung more than 700 songs in movies apart from 5 hugely popular and successful private albums. He was inspired by the classical musician Pandit Kumar Gandharva, Pandit Hridaynath Mangeshkar, Pandit Bhimsen Joshi, and the Qawwali singer Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan.He has been honored with the Padma Shri award in 2017 by the Government of India. He is the recipient of two trophies of Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singer from the Bollywood movie Fanaa (2006), and Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singer - Telugu from the Telugu film Mirchi (2013), with several other nominations. Kher is known for his unique and powerful voice, style and music. He has established himself as one of the most successful and popular playback singers of India. more…

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