Tu Hai Mera Sunday

Tu Hai Mera Sunday

06 Oct, 2017
2 hrs 07 mins
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In a city jampacked with people, vehicles and concrete, five friends: Arjun, Rashid, Dominic, Mehernosh and Jayesh find respite through a ritualistic game of football every Sunday at the Juhu Beach. However, its not just the love of the sport that brings them together.

One day, a senile old man joins their game and kicks the ball in the face of a socialite-politician who is in the middle of a press conference. As a consequence, all sports are banned at the beach. With their Sunday ritual coming to a close, each of the men are pushed into different worlds, testing their friendship and forcing them to move away from their adolescent selves to question their lives, ask what happiness means to each one of them and how far would they go to get it.
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Verdict: A slice-of-life movie that urges you to stand up for the Sunday you deserve. Sunday is indeed the favorite day of the week for everyone. It is a break that everyone deserves and enjoys. And the same day of the week is the premise that this movie revolves around. In a city like Mumbai, []... ...Read full review
Set in Mumbai, all the five central characters in the film Arjun (Barun Sobti), Jayesh (Jay Upadhay), Rashid (Avinash Tiwari), Mehrosh (Nakul Bhalla) and Domi (Vishal Malhotra) who are thick as thieves and share a common passion for football, seek solace in the sport to escape the trials and tribulations of life. ...Read full review
For a film practically devoid of any recognisable actors, this has to be an offering so dazzling, it blinds. But having much expectations from this one would mean being set up for disappointment. That said, this simplistic story of five friends who hope to spend their Sunday playing football at the beach has enough to keep you interested, if not entirely excited through its runtime. ...Read full review
Sometimes we forget how hard it is to be sweet. We try, of course - we the people, we the storytellers - but frequently end up overbearing, saccharine or cloying. The manipulations begin to appear too overt, the intent too blatant, the overtures too damned syrupy. ...Read full review
Everyone is in the find of their Sunday! This is the umbrella under which Tu Hai Mera Sunday exists. Its a story of a group of friends, who basically arent much happy with whats happening in their respective lives. ...Read full review
There is not enough space in Mumbai for its people to notice their differences. One is the literal medium of space the matchbox flats, shackled schools, cramped streets, claustrophobic buses and trains, non-existent fields, overpopulated offices. ...Read full review
A bunch of football enthusiasts get together for a Sunday game on Juhu beach in Mumbai. This one-line premise blossoms into a lovely slice-of-life film, which shines a light on Mumbais diversity, and on how sport can become a unifier-cum-healing agent in the best way possible. ...Read full review
Its a day when the world around us seems relatively slower. The alarm bell rings late than usual and you want visitors to come mostly late in the evening. You wont find the same kind of solace without going through another six days. ...Read full review
The characters in Tu Hai Mera Sunday wish to breathe more freely. And while the movie wants you to believe that this is a straight reaction to Mumbais talent for choking its residents, these characters are wheezing because their real home is a television series which has been remodelled into a two-hour motion picture. ...Read full review
Slice-of-life is a difficult genre to attempt. For it can become downright boring if not done right. Tu Hai Mera Sunday, featuring an ensemble cast, promises to be a tale of five friends, who seek respite from the troubles of their daily lives by playing football on the beach on Sundays. ...Read full review
Director Milind Dhaimades slice-of-life film is quintessentially Mumbai. It follows a jovial crew of five guys who are easy to relate to and identify with. ...Read full review
This indie film revolves around five friends, who belong to different religious background. One of them is middle-aged trying to deal with the troubles that come with living in a joint family, then there`s a good-looking flirt, who has been through a nasty heartbreak. ...Read full review
Some movie titles do no justice to the promise of the story at hand. Tu Hai Mera Sunday is the perfect example of an esoteric title spoiling the fun of a perfect feel-good film. This film is about urban people and their simple relationships. A film thats based on a bunch of young folks looking for a space to play football in every Sunday. ...Read full review
Occasionally the narrative sputters like an old car on account of stray, boring scenes, or when multiple songs eat into the narrative. Yet the performances are charming, and also the romantic moments between the men and their respective partners. ...Read full review
Treated as a rom-com with a blend of sunshine and dead-pan comedy, this is a simple feel-good film that is trendy and contemporary. With a set of unhappy people in the fertile turf of Mumbai City, Director Milind Dhaimande`s Tu Hai Mera Sunday showcases life in this metro. ...Read full review

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