Tu Hai Mera Sunday
|Tu Hai Mera Sunday|
|Directed by||Milind Dhaimade|
|Produced by||Varun Shah|
|Music by||Amartya Rahut|
|Distributed by||Love And Faith Films|
The group is a naturally disparate one, with the straightforward Arjun, the roguish Rashid, the easily-irked Mehernosh, the bratty Dominic and the older guy, Jayesh Bhai, who is always up for another drink or another song but prefers that nobody use bad words. One afternoon they meet an old man who speaks in a "south Indian" language they don't understand, but he knows the word 'ball' and they take him along to the beach with them. This kicks off a series of misadventures but, as with Bombay, the plot is less important than the colour you paint the walls.
The cast is rather fabulous. Barun Sobti, a wavy-haired hero-type with an easy charm, plays Arjun with a great sheepishness, especially when it's hinted that he may be a virgin. Shahana Goswami plays Kavi, the no-nonsense girl he likes (who would like a bit of nonsense after all, thank you very much), and her performance is effortless. The two are lovely together, enough to forgive the film the indulgence of escalating their relationship too fast at the end. Shiv Subramanyam is wonderful as the old man who, as he gets comfortable, regains enough coherence to start using English words, and one of the film's most tender performances comes from Rama Joshi as the harried Catholic mother torn between the children she doesn't want to see grow up. Maanvi Gagroo is quite terrific as a bouncy girl who wants everyone to be in on the fun, Rasika Duggal uses her infectious smile to great effect, while Jay Upadhyay's Jayesh Bhai and Nakul Bhalla's Mehernosh really tie the film together.
- Barun Sobti as Arjun
- Shahana Goswami as Kavi
- Pallavi Batra
- Nakul Bhala
- Maanvi Gagroo
- Vishal Malhotra
- Avinash Tiwari
|1.||"Thodi Si Jagah"||Arijit Singh|
|2.||"Dhundlo Tum"||Arijit Singh|
|3.||"Tu Hai Mera Sunday"||Shalmali Kholgade|
|4.||"Yeh Jo Pyaar Hai"||Nandini Srikar|
|5.||"Yeh Mera Man"||Ash King|
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