Author: Rani MukherjeeVivek Oberoi/TanujaDirector/Composer/Narrator: Gulzar/A R Rehman/Shaad Ali et alPublisher: ShemarooYear: 2004Language: multilingualPages: N/AISBN/UPC (if available): YRD 60128
Running away from home can’t keep a couple together. A signed paper can’t keep a couple together. Love can. While for most love relationships, marriage is the “goal”, the fact remains that marriage is just a beginning.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 of Aditys’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 the reality sets in with misunderstandings and quarrels in tow. Will Aditya and Suhani understand the true meaning of being a “Saathiya”?Saathiya continues on, from where most movies end. In this film all stages of love are explored-from the infatuation stage, “when a couple thinks they are in love” right through to” when a couple discovers the true meaning of love.