Rajkummar Rao – Kriti Sanon starrer Hum Do Hamare Do is definitely not an exceptional one. Despite a talented cast, the movie performs as an average entertainer with a family-friendly plot. Hum Do Hamare Do is a romantic comedy film, which is directed by Abhishek Jain and produced by Dinesh Vijan.


Ham Do Hamare Do is a lovely story featuring two distinct love journeys of two couples that have an effect on each other.

In Hum Do Hamare Do, the two veteran actors are a blow of fresh air. In their presentations, there’s warmth, joy, and a lot of depth, very much like the connection that most moms and dads have – frequent clashing but huge love. Hum Do Hamare Do is presently streaming on Hotstar + Disney.

Hum Do Hamare Do Star cast: Rajkummar Rao , Kriti Sanon , Paresh Rawal , Ratna Pathak Shah , Aparshakti Khurana

Hum Do Humare Do Director: Abhishek Jain


Dhruv Shikhar (Rajkummar Rao), an orphan who has conquered all barriers to be a successful businessman, desires a family as Anya Mehra (Kriti Sanon), the girl he loves, wishes to marry somebody with “a lovely family and a cute- cuddly doggy.” Purshottam Mishra (Paresh Rawal) and Dipti Kashyap (Ratna Pathak Shah), who had their own past, are the ultimate two he searches for. The center of the narrative is Dhruv and Anya’s relationship. The question is if their relationship will last on the foundation of lies?

Hum Do Hamare Do Movie

Hum Do Hamare Do Movie

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Hum Do Hamare Do Review: Script Analysis

The script, penned by Prashant Jha, and the storyline, written by Abhishek Jain and Deepa Venkateshan, attempts in vain to pull off the growing uninteresting relationship between Dhruv and Anya but the much entertaining plot between Purushottam and Deepti.

Hum Do Hamare Do isn’t a technically flawless movie, with some surprising punches and laugh-out-loud sequences, but it’s a good entertainer for Diwali.

Hum Do Hamare Do’s concept is weakened by a mediocre script, boring direction, and unsatisfactory performances. Some witty and emotional moments shine up, but there are a few tale twists that are tough to digest. Prashant Jha’s dialogues are wonderful at parts but could have been improved.

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Hum Do Hamare Do Review: Star Performances

The most prominent portrayal in the film comes from Kriti Sanon, who attempts her finest to bring some liveliness to the events. She conveys vibrancy and elegance. Ratna Pathak Shah looks very convincing and offers an emotional depth to the events, whereas Paresh Rawal is superb as the person who doesn’t have any guts to face the difficult situation. Rajkumar Rao is suffering with rescuing an inappropriately written protagonist whose impulses and judgments edge on the unexplainable foundation. Despite his abilities, Aparashakti Khurana appears to be shoehorned as the hero’s best buddy.

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Hum Do Hamare Do Review: Direction and Music

Abhishek wasted the potential to infuse a lot more laughter. Dhruv’s climax rage seems unrealistic. The conclusion is forced, left many people puzzled as to how a stubborn Dr. Sanjeev Mehra could change his mind.

Sachin Jigar’s music is engaging but does not possess the power to last a long time. However, ‘Dum Gutkoon’ is played well as a sad song.

The cinematography of Amalendu Chaudhary is pretty well. The production design by Dayanidhi Patturajan and Amrish Patange is also fine.  The costume designed by Anisha Jain, Sukriti Grover, and Jia-Mallika is lavish. The editing of Dev Rao Jadhav is uneven.