Milind Dhaimade’s Tu Hai Mera Sunday To Release On 6th October 2017

Milind Dhaimade’s Tu Hai Mera Sunday To Release On 6th October 2017


Milind Dhaimade is all set to make his directorial debut in Bollywood with Tu Hai Mera Sunday, which will be releasing worldwide on 6th October 2017. The movie stars Barun Sobti (Is Pyaar ko Kya Naam Dun) ,Shahana Goswami (Rock On,, Manvi Gagroo (TVF Pitchers, TVF Trippling), Rasika Dugal (Quissa, Chutney, Manto), Vishal Malhotra (Hip Hip Hooray, Kismat Connection), Avinash Tiwary, Jay Upadhyay, Shivkumar Subramaniam and Nakul Bhalla.

The story is about five guys looking out for some space in Mumbai to play their favorite sport, football every Sunday. Dodging the crowded bustle and choked streets of the city, these five 30-something find an outlet for their daily frustrations playing Sunday soccer on the posh Juhu Beach, until fate decrees otherwise in the gentle rom com Tu Hai Mera Sunday. (You Are My Sunday)

Looking forward to the release of Tu Hai Mera Sunday, director Milind Dhaiamde said:

“Until a film reaches its audiences, it only remains a dream. I’m so happy that this incredible dream, not just mine but that of a brilliantly talented collective, is finally coming alive.”

When asked about his experience with Tu Hai Mera Sunday, Barun Sobti said:

“It was an extremely satisfying experience shooting for this film. The film has gone around the world and has garnered a lot of accolades but personally what is most satisfying for me are the reactions that I’ve seen on people’s faces after they’ve watched the film.”

Shahana Goswami, who was last seen in Rock On 2, said:

“Tu Hai Mera Sunday is a story that tells you so many different things about the little little problems of modern day urban middle class lives while still remaining so positive and uplifting. Working with Milind and the entire amazing cast of this film has been far beyond my imagination of perfection.”

Adding to that, she said:

“This is exactly the kind of film I wish to be part of, that are independent, soulful and breaking all the cliches and stereotypes of characters and casting.”

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