Tu Hai Mera Sunday Movie review: Director Milind Dhaimade’s Tu Hai Mera Sunday features ‘Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon’ fame actor Barun Sobti and Rock On actress Shahana Goswami in the lead role. The story of the movie revolves around a group of five friends who are passionate about football. Just like in real life when we face a hurdle and things around us are not good, the friends find themselves struggling to keep up with their lives when one day their favourite football adda is banned by the local welfare club. Along with Sobti and Goswami, the film also stars PK actress Maanvi Gagroo, Jannat actor Vishal Malhotra, 2 States actor Shivkumar Subramaniam, Jay Upadhyay, Nakul Bhalla, Rasika Dugal and Avinash Tiwari.
Tu Hai Mera Sunday is exactly what you want after a hectic day where you want to just relax and spend time with your loved ones watching something that is not over the top but is just something that you are able to relate to. The film showcases the life of 5 football fanatic friends who are based out of Mumbai and they get together every Sunday for a game on Juhu beach. The film shows how a sport becomes a unifier-cum-healing agent. And just as life is never fair, things take a turn for the worse and the friends are left struggling to keep everything together.
Barun Sobti plays the role of Arjun, who is a charmer, who is stuck in the fast track corporate maze and on his journey he encounters Kavi (role played by Shahana Goswami) and her father the shaky old man played by Shivkumar Subramaniam. As a ritual, Arujan is joined by 4 of his friends- Jayesh (Jay Upadhay), Rashid (Avinash Tiwari), Mehrosh (Nakul Bhalla) and Dominic (Vishal Malhotra), to de-stress with a game of football on the beach.
The detailing of the film is amazing, totally spot on. ‘Tu Hai Mera Sunday’ is likely to strike an emotional chord with its relatable content. The element of humor adds to the charm of the film with a few dramatic scenes thrown in-between. Nevertheless, the film is sure to leave you smiling in the end.
Rating- 3.0 stars