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Devesh (Ajay Devgan) was Raj's father who was a futuristic car designer. He owned an old car, which was passed down to him from his father and he hoped to pass it on to his son, Raj. After ... See full summary »
Abbas Alibhai Burmawalla,
Mastan Alibhai Burmawalla
A woman investigates the mystery of what happened on a certain Sunday if her life that she has lost all recollection of. Sehar's world is turned upside-down when she gets a clue about the missing Sunday of her life, which points to a possible violent attack on her. Then A.C.P Rajveer takes up the mantle to sort out the complicated and jumbled up threads of Sehar's life. Rajveer tries to be an honest cop and his honesty contributes to encouraging a total ban on any criminal activity by the locals. In the process of solving Sehar's case it comes to light that on Sunday, different people interacted with Sehar and amongst them, one could be the accused. To name some, the lot includes 'Ballu,' the taxi driver and his friend Kumar, a struggling NSD actor, Ritu her close friend, a scary and suspicious character who resides in Sehar's society, and the group whom she had come across while partying at the discotheque.Written by
My Sunday was well spent watching this movie. For the first time, a gripping show of comedy, brilliant suspense, and of course a good and unique storyline. Rohit Shetty proves that even he exists in the filming world! Not literally, but metaphorically speaking... The soundtrack is also good, lets say 7.5/10. This movie will have you gripped till the last frame. Ajay Devgan suits almost everywhere - tragedy, comedy or action. He proves it in Halla Bol and now Sunday. Ayesha Takia is brilliant, perhaps in my eyes her first good performance. Arshad Warsi as usual flawlessly impresses you. The screenplay is good, cinematography flawless, and editing brilliant! All in all, to put it in a nutshell, a brilliant take for 60 bucks, and i mean BRILLIANT! Don't miss the chance next Sunday and get your ticket, and run for it! Its not many times you get such a show... You know what I mean.
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