Hum Do Hamare Do Full Movie Review And Download

Hum Do Hamare Do is a 2021 Indian Hindi-language comedy drama film directed by Abhishek Jain and produced by Dinesh Vijan. The film features Rajkummar Rao, Kriti Sanon, Paresh Rawal and Ratna Pathak Shah in the lead roles. Aparshakti Khurana, Manu Rishi and Prachi Shah feature in supporting roles.


Kriti Sanon, Rajkummar Rao, Paresh Rawal, Ratna Pathak Shah, Aparshakti Khurrana


Abhishek Jain


1.5 stars (out of 5)

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Track listing
No. Title Singer(s) Length
1. Bansuri Asees Kaur, IP Singh, Dev Negi, Madhubanti Bagchi, Sachin–Jigar 2:47
2. Kamli Jubin Nautiyal, Divya Kumar, Sachin–Jigar 3:11
3. Mauj – E – Karam Sachet Tandon, Parampara Tandon, Sachin–Jigar 3:53
4. Raula Pae Gayaa Daler Mehndi, Sachin–Jigar 3:31
5. Dum Gutkoon Master Saleem, Divya Kumar, Sachin–Jigar 5:15
6. Vedha Sajjeyaa Rekha Bhardwaj, Varun Jain, Sachin–Jigar 3:42
Total length: 22:19

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A patchy script, unimaginative direction and inconsistent performances queer the pitch for Hum Do Hamare Do. A profligate dramedy that fritters away the advantages of an admittedly unusual plot, all its calculations go amiss. Nothing that it proffers, no matter how harmless and well-meaning it might seem, delivers a rounded sum that makes sense.

Even pure drivel is known to have been saved when inspired lunacy and sustained comic fervour have been thrown into the mix in the right proportions. This comedy of error-prone, slipshod gags is desperately short on those two essential attributes.

At the heart of Hum Do Hamare Do, streaming on Disney+Hotstar, are a young man, played by Rajkummar Rao, who will do all it takes not to lose the girl he loves and an old loner, portrayed by Paresh Rawal, who missed the bus many years ago because he developed cold feet and continues to live to tell the tale of a thwarted liaison.

The unfunny caper, director Abhishek Jain’s Hindi debut, revolves around a Chandigarh man who has nobody to call his own barring a best friend who is always at his beck and call. The enterprising buddy is the go-to man when the hero is at his wit’s end, which is way too often for his own good.

The protagonist is introduced as a boy in a brief prelude. The orphan works at a highway dhaba for a man nicknamed Premi (Paresh Rawal). He is treated well enough by the employer but his life is a dead-end. A warm-hearted customer (Ratna Pathak Shah) comes by and gets chatting with the boy.

On learning that he is called Baal Premi, she suggests that he should think up a better name for himself. She tips the child generously and leaves. It is obvious that Premi and the kind lady will return to the boy’s life. More on that later.

Years go by. The boy, Dhruv, now a busy VR gaming whiz kid who teaches impoverished children in his free time, has a chance encounter with a freelance vlogger, Anya Mehra (Kriti Sanon). The former’s standoffish behaviour leaves the woman fuming. Sure enough, in keeping with the true tradition of Bollywood rom-coms, love blossoms between the two. But there is a hitch.

Dhruv figures out that Anya dreams of marrying a man who has a family and a dog. There is a strong reason for her desire. He, therefore, goes looking for a pair of fake parents. With his best pal Shanty (Aparshakti Khurrana) egging him on to go the whole hog, he does find what he needs but not before a few hiccups.

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