September 7, 2017 14:30 IST

Barun Sobti, Shahana Goswami, Vishal Malhotra at Tu Hai Mera Sunday trailer launch

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Milind Dhaimade's directorial ' Tu Hai Mera Sunday' that had a world premiere at The British Film Institute London Film Festival (BFI), 2016, and an Indian Premiere at MAMI, 2016 is all set to now be showcased on home ground with its official theatrical release slated for October 6th. At a special event held on September 6 the trailer of 'Tu Hai Mera Sunday' was launched amidst the presence of the cast and crew of the film.
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Tu Hai Mera Sunday stars an impeccable ensemble cast including actors including Barun Sobti, Shahana Goswami, Vishal Malhotra, Rasika Dugal, Manvi Gagroo and others. Talking about the film director Milind Dhaimade said, " We have butterflies in my stomach whole day and whole of yesterday and I am glad that its over and the butterflies are out.
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Now the excitement is there and I have already started getting messages on how much people are loving the trailer and people who I have not spoken for ages are now calling up and telling me. So I am very happy and it was an amazing event."
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The film tells the tale of five friends who play their favourite game of football every Sunday only on a unfortunate day when in a friendly match they land hitting the ball on a local politicians head only to be permnanently banned from playing at the venue again.
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The film which has won several awards across film festivals deals with the primary issue of lack of space in bigger cities in India while telling slice of life tale of 5 different individuals and their personal life struggles and joys and their only escape of their daily stress is their weekly game of football they play.