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Critic reviews and ratings

  • Through its cross-weave of characters and subplots, Tu Hai Mera Sunday suggests that the spirit of Mumbai isn’t a cliché. All it needs is some space to stretch and kick around a ball or two.

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  • ...is a moment of charming and intimating relish of life that demands a 'space' from those who care for cinema that celebrates life and the possibility in the positivity it offers.

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  • It sets itself a modest target and achieves it without breaking a sweat.

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  • ...is a feel-good, light-hearted yarn.

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  • ...is concerned about our well beings and that makes it notice-worthy. It’s a sweet, little film asking for your support.

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  • For anyone who feels burdened and bogged down by life, this light-hearted tale of uncertainty and survival is a definite watch.

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  • There are a few unnecessary characters, and some tracks that remain under-explored but these are minor quibbles for a film that has its heart and intention in the right place.

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  • Director Milind Dhaimade balances the parallel stories in the film evenly and with an underlying vulnerability. He allows his characters to demonstrate their traits and only occasionally, becomes a little too preachy.

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  • The slice-of-life-film is an ode to the madness that is surviving in a city like Mumbai.

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  • A cute comment on everyday, urban life. Becomes a little 'out there', every once in a while. But so does everyday life, right? While the philosophising is a tad lame, the romantic bits are adorable.

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  • The film doesn’t throw up many surprises on the script level, but it benefits from a strong cast and a casual, lighthearted tone that never slips.

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  • You wish everything in the film worked as effortlessly as them but clearly director Milind Dhaimade doesn't spread out his material between the characters.

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  • There are some glitches, and the title of the film is weird, but you forgive them simply because you want this life with friends. All in all, this movie is a delightful watch.

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  • It has novel ideas, but Tu Hai Mera Sunday’s intentions deserved a better execution. Director Milind Dhaimade isn’t able to get the required finesse in telling this tale.

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  • ...is pitched as a story about ‘coming together.’ But Milind Dhaimade’s true strength, perhaps, is in taking a microcosm, splitting it, and analysing its small segments. It’s when he tries to bring everything together, that his energies get dispersed. 

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