TuHaiMeraSunday: Refreshing, likeable and much-needed film just like the day Sunday
There is a genre of films called feel-good-films. This film belongs to that genre.
Here comes a movie which has its heart in the right place. Heart full of life, light-heartedness and happiness, a carefree soul and a mind that questions a relevant issue of developments at the cost of breathing space.
What a breezy film!
Watch it If you like -
Great and fresh performances, Easy-going non-preachy story-telling, Dialogues and Moments are relatable
But Beware of -
Few dragged dead scenes which aren’t bothersome
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A big round of applause for the makers to have thought about a film on the state of Mumbai and the Mumbainess that is plaguing our country too.
The state where we have time and place for everything but relaxation. The state where uncontrolled and unnecessary developments are ruining even our breathing space.
Milind Dhaimade, writer and director of the film should be appreciated for the connect and simplicity he brought with this movie.
Alekh (Story) – Patkatha (Screenplay)
People living in Mumbai would easy connect with the movie. And people living elsewhere would relate too as the urbanization is drowning all of us.
And the story of the film isn’t based on that but it explains that, suggests that, makes one realize that through different character and stories. This is the best part of the film, because it is not based on some subject and being all preachy, it takes you through lives of different characters to say the most heavy and complex things in a way that reaches simply straight to our heart.
The script is breezy, there is hardly any dull moment in the film. The pace falters at places but then one is so cheerfully engrossed watching the beautifully etched out characters. The language is majorly English though very simple but can be a problem for the masses, had it been a little more desi, the reach would certainly be higher. Nevertheless, the intent reaches out perfectly, because the characters and their lives are so nicely cooked and established, that you’ll find a scene or more onscreen from your own part of life.
What’s more fun is the few punches in writing and scenes that presses our laughter button.
Let’s start with the boys. Barun Sobti is amazingly convincing in his act, the glee on his face compliments his character so much. Avinash Tiwary is believably great. Vishal Malhotra, Nakul Bhalla and Jay Upadhyay are persuasive in their roles. Shiv Subrahmanyam, even without any dialogues, the actor says a lot and the credit for that goes to the writer-director for giving his role a genuine stance.
Shana Goswami as Kavi Ranganathan is charming, effortless and natural as ever. Rasika Dugal makes her presence felt in her short role with her admirable ease. Maanvi Gagroo is just about good to in her role.
Geet Sangeet (Music)
The music is decent and isn’t something for the heck of it. that’s the reason why the songs in the movie leave one untroubled.
Nirnay (FilmyCurry Verdict)
This isn’t some masala or art-indie movie. This is like the day Sunday, energizing and stimulating. It leaves one in happy thinking zone only to suggest that, one might not have control over every issue but one can sure find time to live the little pleasures of life.