Sunday (2008)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Thriller, Comedy
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Total Reviews: 16
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Review Summary: SUNDAY is a well-made entertainer that has the potential to click with moviegoers.

Average Critic Rating: (2.56)
Cast: Ajay Devgn , Arshad Warsi , Ayesha Takia Azmi , Irrfan Khan , Anjana Sukhani , Mukesh Tiwari , Tusshar Kapoor , Esha Deol , Robin Bhatt , Farid Amiri , Asghar Ali , Ravi Gosain , Deepak Qazir , Murli Sharma , Shereveer Vakil , Vrajesh Hirjee , Ashish R Mohan , Farhad , Sajid , Gulshan Rana , Ishita Sharma , Leena Siddhu , Happy Sharma
Director: Rohit Shetty
Release Date: 25 Jan 2008

Plot: The story takes place in Delhi. The film begins when a girl is murdered by an unseen killer. It is learnt that the killer was her fiancee & had acquired evidence about her infidelity. Then, the story shifts to life of Sehar ( Ayesha Takia ), a voiceover artist. Sehar, Read more

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More than his concept cab it is Arshad who walks away with the film as a serious guy who doesn't see anything funny in his humdrum life.
Nikhat Kazmi, Times of India
SUNDAY is a well-made entertainer that has the potential to click with moviegoers.
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama
Contrary to Shetty's hit comedy, Golmaal which was consistently funny, Sunday entertains as long as it tries to be funny but isn't sly enough to find a mention in the archive of whodunits.
Sukanya Verma, Rediff 
Catchy, fun, frivolous – like its title, the film itself is a quick watch, the kind you might recommend for a no-brainer holiday afternoon with friends.
Sonia Chopra, SIFY
Therein lies its unique selling point as well as problem.
Sukanya Verma, Rediff 
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On the whole Sunday is a brilliant entertainer that keeps you on the edge of your seat. It’s a full package entertainer with comedy, action, romance and suspense. You will not go home disappointed for sure with so many genres in one movie to cater for aud
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Martin D'Souza, Glam Sham
Like Golmaal, this is no original either. For Sunday is the remake of the Telegu film Anukokunda Oka Roju. What Rohit does here is keep the darkness of the original totally at bay, and focusing on the lighter moments, repackages it into a comic suspense t
Joxily John, Planet Bollywood
Ajay Devgan is diapointing in the film. A talented actor like Ajay wastes himself meandering around a vague plot. Ajay does a repeat of his Indar Kumar's Masti act. He tries real hard to sound funny and fails to be romantic at the required sequences. Wonder what's wit
India Glitz
A lady is murdered at the very outset and the pieces of the jigsaw puzzle are fixed in an interesting and stylish way. Any whodunit works if and only if the needle of suspicion points at the various assorted characters all [an error occurred while process
  It's worth watch for all movie goers. Dont miss it.
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The thriller genre fails to create the required suspense and mystery right through the filmAnd the comic portions too are not overtly funny and are forgettableThe screenplay has a whole bunch of characters, and is fare in the first half but goes down in t
Bollywood Mantra
Plot picked from Telugu hit Anukokunda Oka Roju, has Seher (Ayesha Takia) cutely pucker her brow because she is so forgetful! Ice-cream devouring cop Rajveer (Ajay Devgan) and his sidekick (Mukesh Tiwari) try to solve the mystery of her amnesia, while a c
Anand Singh, Hindustan Times 
Ayesha Takia's refreshing persona and confident screen presence contribute immensely in making 'Sunday' a fairly enjoyable watch.
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