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Yeh Sunday Kyun Aata Hai
Starring : 4 REAL SHOE-POLISH BOYS, YASHPAL SHARMA, KASHMERA SHAH & MITHUN CHAKRABORTY.
Producers : Inderjit Singh Daheley, Kumar Sanu, Rakesh Bhhatia
Executive Producer : SAYED FAIZAN HUSSAIN,
Director of Photography : SANGRAM K. GIRI
Directed by- Rabinder Parasher
Music : Kumar Sanu
Lyrics : Sameer, Sudhakar Sharma, Sahil Sultanpuri, Satya Prakash
Audio on-AN Music/ Worldwide Records
ACR Group of Companies Presents - ACR Films Ltd. (UK),
in association with
Kumar Sanu Communications Pvt. Ltd. & BGIL Films & Technologies Ltd.
A Film by Rabinder Parasher
A film based on real shoe-polish boys...
SHOW YOU CARE. BUY THIS CD FOR HELPING THE SLUM CHILDREN.
Proud to be an Indian Film.
"Yeh Sunday Kyun Aata Hai" is an excellent film. Everybody must watch it.
Pranab Mukherjee (Finance Minister of India)
A film against child labour.
This film reveals the solution to eradicate the problems of child labour in our country.
It inspires and moves us to bring about an immediate change in the lives of young
innocent slum children.
Somnath Chatterjee (14th Speaker of the Lok Sabha)
A film with an extraordinary concept.
This idea is excellent, as cinema is such a big medium and an excellent way to
target child poverty and abuse. This is a very close subject to my heart.
Fiona Mctaggart (MP for Slough Berkshire, UK)
An Indian film with an international standards.
This film makes me proud to be of Indian origin. I am here to help in anyway
possible. To promote this film is every Indian's duty.
Verindra Sharma (MP for Ealing London, UK)
A film straight from the heart.
The film is such an inspiring action. From the greatness of a human heart can come
such a big thing. I hope this makes the world realise what really is going on.
Manjula Sood (Deputy Lord Mayor for Leicester, UK)
I am dying to see the release of this film.
I wish "Yeh Sunday Kyun Aata Hai" all the luck and hope it will be a huge success
because I myself is involved in projects against child labour. The producers & director
deserve a special applause for bringing such a child labour issue to global notice.
Anjana Patel (Councillor For Harrow London, UK)
A film against the exploitation of children.
"Yeh Sunday Kyun Aata Hai" is an eyeopener and an informative movie on child
exploitation. I wish the director all the very best for his future endeavours.
Mana Shetty (A social activist and wife of Bollywood Superstar Suniel Shetty)
A film which will change the mindset of our society.
The power was given to us 60 years back, yet we fail to realise the importance of
fundamental rights to the child education. This film will definitely awaken the spirit of
Swami Agnivesh (Social Activist)
One really need guts to make this film.
I got really emotional when I watched this film in UK on a special screening. This is a
defining moment for sub Asian Continent Media.
Jayanti Solanki (MD AMG - Media, UK)
This film personifies the life of Slum Boys, since these boys in this film
handle their lives with great dignity and courage. This film can showcase
the role model for Slum Boys.
A thought provoking film
NFDC has selected the feature film "Yeh Sunday Kyun Aata Hai"
for a screening in IFFI Goa - 2008, under "Work-In Progress
Lab" section. NFDC selects only 3 films per year and "Yeh
Sunday Kyun Aata Hai" is one of them.
Abolish child labour to save childhood.
This film has a very strong message, so we decided to adopt the 4 real shoe polish boys
of this film in order to eradicate child labour to an extent.