After the film Bareilly Ki Barfi, the pair of Rajkumar Rao-Kriti Sanon has reunited in Hum Do Hamari Do. Both handle the department of romance and comedy here. Paresh Rawal and Ratna Pathak Shah create emotion here.
Hum Do Hamare Do Movie Download: What does a girl want after marriage? There can be as many answers to this question as there are girls. Hum Do Hamari Do may be a decades-old popular slogan of family planning, but the film presents it in a new context. When the heroine, who lost her parents in childhood, tells the hero that she will marry the same boy who has a sweet family and who has adopted a cute dog. The problem is that the boy is an orphan and he does not tell the truth to the girl out of fear. So he searches for his parents. Parents meet but they also have a past.
This film by director Abhishek Jain, released on Disney Hotstar during the festive season, is a family entertainer. The basic question of which is can we choose our family. Lover Chacha aka Purushottam Mishra (Paresh Rawal), a lifelong bachelor for love that slipped out of his hands in youth, says that the family cannot choose. It is either there or it is not. This film is a game of coincidence and Bollywood cinema is full of such games. It is a coincidence that Dhruv, who spent his childhood working at a dhaba and has now set up his own start-up, gets a fake father and then a loving uncle who picks him up from the road. It is also a coincidence that the lover’s uncle’s girlfriend Deepti Kashyap (Ratna Pathak Shah) is also easily traced. It is also a coincidence that the parents of both the hero and the heroine are no longer in this world. In this way, the chain of coincidences continues in the story.
Hum Do Hamare Do Ka Maidan is small but the writer-director has kept the pace in it. The film doesn’t stop anywhere. You can see different layers in its texture. The stories of Rajkumar-Kriti Sanon and Paresh-Ratna Pathak Shah run parallel. Between them, the mix of Kriti’s uncle and aunt’s family is good. Manu Rishi Chadha’s role as uncle is interesting and he is successful in grabbing the attention of the audience here. The events of marriage in Bollywood films add new colors to the story and in Hum Do Hamari Do, Sanand Verma is brilliant in the role of Shadi Lal, who arranges for all the relatives from the rented parents. However, the writer-director could not do full justice to his character. He could have emerged as a brilliant entertainer here. Shadi Lal’s role seems like filling the villainous void in the story. By the way, even this villainy does not emerge in full color. Circumstances are mostly villains in Hindi films now. Due to people feeling bad on small things and raising flags against films, the discussion of bad people on screen is slowly coming to an end. For cinema, this change in adverse circumstances is like underlining.
We two move forward with our two constant ups and downs. In which the roles of Rajkumar and Kriti are romantic-comic, while Paresh and Ratna Pathak Shah work to create sensations in it. The acting of all the actors is good. As Rajkumar’s friend, Aparikshit Khurana has done his job well. The supporting cast has played an important role here in shaping the film. Rajkummar Rao continues to carve a niche for himself in such family films, while Kriti has started experimenting with formulaic roles in her early career. This is his second consecutive film after Mimi, in which his acting has flourished.
Abhishek Jain has entered Bollywood after making three successful in Gujarati. All his three films in Gujarati till now have been in discussion and he also won awards. In Hum Do Hamari Do, he reveals that he knows how to make masala family entertainers. His direction is tight and the film progresses at a slow pace. The story-screen binds despite being traditional. Camera work is good. The flute song playing along with the credits at the end is beautiful to hear. Its choreography is charming