Inspired by a south-Indian hit Anukokunda Oka Roju, ‘Sunday’ is a pack full of scenes combined together for hilarious harmony. The movie begins with a girl being murdered and her body is found floating on the backwaters which is first found by another. The police lodge a FIR. The leading lady of the film Ayesha Takia or Sehar is a bad memory-dubbing artist. A gang of goons follows her for reasons not known to her. Sehar is full of confusion for all these strange things that keep happening in her life. In a fit to find her missing Sunday, Sehar is violently attacked and it is the cop Ajay Devgan who takes the case of sorting out all problems from Sehar’s life.
In the process of solving the puzzle, Ajay comes across a murder case where Sehar is supposed to be the culprit. But as is the problem of bad memory, Sehar is unable to remember anything. This is basically the story of ‘Sunday’. It could have been interesting to find out whether Sehar is pretending or not and whether she is a serial killer at night and a dubbing artist in the morning. But it is not at all interesting, more because of the poor direction and also awful editing. The constant shifting from being a mystery to a comedy makes the movie a painful watch. The meaningless stretched climax ads to its disaster. Performance wise, Ajay is not up his standard, Ayesha acted well, and Arshad and Irfan were decent. Nothing but the dialogues come as the only relief in the film.