Hum Do Hamare Do

2021 [HINDI]


IMDb Rating 6.0 10 6985

Plot summary

Uploaded by: FREEMAN
July 31, 2022 at 01:39 PM


Top cast

Rajkummar Rao as Dhruv Shikhar
Kriti Sanon as Anya Mehra
1.15 GB
Hindi 2.0
24 fps
2 hr 8 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by jos-dsouza 1 / 10

Terrible, immature and boring

A boy refuses to tell the girl that he is an orphan and gets fake parents to cover up. And justifies it arrogantly and after being rejected, still gets her. This is the typical Indian male chauvinist type movie. Forced comedy, pathetic script. Just ignore this.

Reviewed by nidhunmoviebuff 7 / 10

Paresh Rawal & Ratna Pathak Shah steal the show!

Hum Do Humare Do's interesting premise was clear from the first trailer and thankfully director Abhishek Jain had the wherewithal to expand on that to deliver a heartwarming yet rib-tickling experience overall.

Rajkumar Rao stars as a self-made tech mogul who overcame all odds as an orphan to become successful. He falls in love with Kriti Sanon's character who is seemingly obsessed with family and relationships.

How he endeavors to win over her and her family with a 'fake' set of parents forms the rest of the story. Enter Paresh Rawal and Ratna Pathak Shah, the two best things about the movie.

The two veterans take over as the main protagonists and have us hooked with their banter back and forth and the way they try to hold onto the 'con' as it comes unraveled.

Aparshakti Khurana shines as the hero's hapless yet steadfast sidekick but the funniest lines in the film are still delivered by the titan of comedy-Mr. Rawal himself.

Beneath the funny tomfoolery and slapstick sequences, the film's core message that families come in all shapes and forms should be appreciated.

Hum Do Humare Do is formulaic and a bit derivative but saved by Paresh Rawal and Ratna Pathak Shah's wildly enjoyable performances. Recommended!

Reviewed by dasguptashilpa 1 / 10

Absolute amateur movie making

It's unbelievable that we get to evidence such poor movie making even in 2021. Lack of depth, poor logic flow and no thoughtfulness in the storytelling. Waste and stereotyping of such immensely remarkable talents.

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