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Tu Hai Mera Sunday to premiere at London Film Fest

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NEW DELHI: Milind Dhaimade's directorial debut feature Tu Hai Mera Sunday (You Are My Sunday!) will have its world premiere at the 60th British Film Institute’s London Film Festival in the `Love’ section on 15 and 16 October 2016.

The film will have its India premiere at the Jio MAMI’s 18th Mumbai Film Festival 2016 in the competition category - “India Gold”.

Produced by Varun Shah, the movie features TV star Barun Sobti (Is Pyar Ko Kya Naam Doon fame) along with Shahana Goswami, Rasika Dugal (Qissa, Manto fame) Avinash Tiwari, Vishal Malhotra, and Maanvi Gagroo (TVF Pitchers & Tripling fame) and is the story of five middle class amateur footballers and their everyday struggle in Mumbai.

Writer-director Milind said: “A film about five regular guys looking for space in Mumbai finds a spot at the prestigious BFI London Film Festival. This is how happy endings begin.”

Barun added: "This film has been made with the love for the times we live in. It'll tell you how to fight for them."

Rock on fame Shahana Goswami says "It's always wonderful to be able to show your films as a part of a larger international selection to an international audience. THMS will show a new world of Indian independent cinema, with a charm and honesty that is truly representative of the urban youth in India."

Milind Dhaimade is an ex ad man who quit advertising to make films. In 2010, he along with his wife Rajul, started "Love & Faith" a film making and design company. So far he has directed over 100 TV commercials.

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