Milind Dhaimade’s first full length feature, Tu Hai Mera Sunday is inspired by true life events
Tu Hai Mera Sunday is a film about five friends who play football at Juhu Beach in Mumbai and is a light-hearted Mumbai based story. They are not (professional) football players but a regular bunch of guys, who don’t have anything in common, but have met at different stages of life and become close friends. Recently the cast along with the director promoted their film in Royal Plaza, Delhi and interacted with the media.
The film revolves around the bunch of friends for whom; their Sunday football game on the beach is the only thing that they look forward to. One day, a crazy old man joins the group and does something which leads to a ban on playing at Juhu beach. Now these five guys have to find a place to play in Mumbai and intermittently, you see their lives and how each one is dealing with their own space in Mumbai. Basically it’s about your own little space and finding happiness in that space – how all of us living in urban India try to find our little islands of happiness. Moreover the director mentioned that the story is inspired by the story of the life of his friends.
Milind when asked about the reason behind choosing the star-cast said, “It is a story of everyday life of people so we just wanted the characters that can do justice to the roles. Characters plays the major role in s movie so we searched for a year or two who can act very genuinely as per the role and I had a very amazing journey finding them and find them perfect for it. Moreover, all the cast was ready for the hard work which was an added advantage.”
Maanvi Gagroo when asked about who is her perfect Sunday said, “For me I am my own Sunday and the best Sunday is when I relax at home and do not have any work to do.” Shahana Goswami when asked the same question said, “My perfect Sunday is film and cinema when I watch 2-3 films in a stretch while relaxing at home.” Vishal Malhotra on it said, “My Sunday is not a day but just a happy moment or anything that can make me happy.”
Barun Sobti when asked about the uniqueness of the film said, “It is very difficult to decide the genre of our film in one word but I can tell you that we have shared the movie with the audience at different levels and festivals but the one thing that we have witnessed was that they went in with different mood and come out with a smile on their face so that’s what we can expect.”
The film is all set to hit the screens on 6th October 2017.
Seventeen people were killed when a train collided with a bus in the Vladimir Region east of Moscow, the Russian investigative committee’s Moscow department for transport said in a statement. A hospital caring for those injured has told Sputnik news agency five people have been admitted, four critical.
Police are working on the ground to establish the details of the accident. Early data indicates the most likely cause was the bus driver going across the rail tracks in spite of a red traffic light.
Defense ministers from Poland, Lithuania and Ukraine on Thursday authorized their two-year-old joint brigade to take part in international missions for the region’s security. The brigade was given a banner and was named after a 16th-century military commander who fought against Russian forces, AP reports.
The ministers upgraded its role to allow it to take part in international military missions. According to Polish Defense Minister Antoni Macierewicz, the brigade will now be able to take part in “all peacekeeping missions that are necessary in the case when peace is threatened” and guard the region’s security.
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France offered on Thursday to mediate between Iraq’s government and Kurdish regional authorities.
President Emmanuel Macron offer came as Iraq’s Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi visited Paris. The trip is his first abroad since its Kurdish-held northern regions last month voted for independence in a referendum declared illegal by Baghdad. Abadi said on Thursday he could understand the Kurds’ “aspirations” – provided they were expressed in accordance with the constitution – and wanted to avoid violence, AP said.
Ankara to “soon” close its border crossing with Iraqi Kurdistan and airspace after the disputed referendum on independence, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan warned on Thursday. “Airspace will be closed… the border will also be shut soon,” Erdogan said in a televised speech. “How will you [the Iraqi Kurds] have imports and exports then?”AFP quoted him as saying.
Erdogan’s comments came a day after his visit to Iran, where both countries confirmed their opposition to Iraqi Kurdish aspirations of independence.
The Turkish president reaffirmed his belief that only Israel was in favor of Iraqi Kurdish independence.
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Last evening Economists, Government, Industry, Business, Academics, CAG & Press all were discussing Growth Prospects of Indian Economy.
Just two sectors – Automobile & Power are Running rest are all Sleeping, Corrupted & Sick. Electric Vehicles and Solar Bids of Rs.1 Per unit shall disrupt these too shortly.
All differed on GDP growth numbers from 3.4% to 6.7% old series or new series.
All agreed DEMONETIZATION & GST has SEVERELY disrupted Indian Economy.
All agree Banking NPAs has gone up from 3,40,000 Cr to Rs.12,50,000 Cr in 3+ Years.
All agreed 95% of SMEs are funded by Moneylenders & Banks don’t fund SMEs presently.
All agreed our Politicians are Most Corrupt & Incompetent.
All agreed Corrupt Practices Hurt India the most – AgainstRs.4 Cr/MW – India funds Rs.6 Cr/MW – Industry & Politicians sharing the loot – Doubles Cost of Power than China.
All agreed INDUSTRY is DEAD – some said IndianContribution in Smart Phones is a Charger and Cover, other tell us Indian Industry is doing ‘Third Level Work’ like in Pharma India is merely packaging ‘Active Ingredients Imported from China.’ – Technically means low ‘Low Value Added Products Manufacturing’.
All agreed India Industry is not investing in R&D – whereas some company in Vietnam is investing 12% of its revenue on R&D. Actually CSIR & others file few Bogus Patents which have no commercial potential.
All agreed Tax to GDP ratio is 17% than 34% desired but didn’t tell INDIA didn’t INVEST IN HIGH VALUE ADDED & PREMIUM, MOST PROFITABLE PRODUCT MANUFACTURING. Moneylender Funded Business & Industry shall not be profitable. NO VALUE ADDED IN FARM SECTOR – 60% of Work Force is largely idle. USA has $2000b FOOD INDUSTRY.
[Narmada Canal delayed by 40 years cost 20 Times Yet Not Operating at 15% Capacity]
All agreed JOB growth is negative or no growth. A TV Channel reported how in Gujarat 6,00,000 Skilled and Unskilled workers registered them at Employment Exchange but only 650 were given jobs.
Panelists didn’t tell us sector wise economic activity –Running, Sleeping, Corrupt & Sick.
Only two sectors seems to be RUNNING are Automobiles & Power – Automobile sector will soon be disrupted by Electric Vehicles and in Power sector when India adds 20,000 MW – Generation goes up by 6,000 MW.
This inventors view is that –
1. Under NDA-II ‘Unviable & Unsustainable and Undesirable Projects Were Promoted.’
2. Indian Railways didn’t Order Replacement of JUNKED Rolling Stock – Manufacture of LBH and Double Decker Coaches to Boost Capacity, Efficiency and Speed but started short branch lines or Converting Rail Lines which are Totally Unviable.
3. NDA-II Investing Heavily on Highways – almost entirely on Old Routes passing through cities than Low Cost Virgin Highways.
4. NDA-II is Undertaking Unviable Projects which may take 20-30 years to complete.
5. NDA-II didn’t support FAST GRANT OF PATENTS for Products development for World Market and set aside 10-20 Lakh for Inventions Led Projects.
Ravinder Singh, Inventor & Consultant, INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND PROJECTS
Y-77, Hauz Khas, ND -110016, India. Ph: 091- 8826415770 [4G], 9871056471, 9718280435,
Ravinder Singh* is a WIPO awarded inventor specializing in Power, Transportation,
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