Hum Do Humare Do Review: Direction
Producer Dinesh Vijan has been a long-time advocate of experimental cinema in Hindi cinema. That is why the name of his film company Maddock Films is also taken with great respect in the Hindi film world. He has been a pioneer in giving opportunities to new directors. Rajkummar Rao is her regular star and Kriti Sanon's resume starts with Maddock Films. Both have appeared together in 'Bareilly Ki Barfi'. But, cinema is not run only by stars.
For this, the first requirement is a good and full of entertainment story. Acted in a way that seemed natural. And, most importantly, the direction should be such that it can connect that story with the audience.
Hum Do Humare Do Review: Story
The story of the film 'Hum Do Hamare Do' is similar to Hrishikesh Mukherjee's films and directed by David Dhawan. Its director Abhishek Jain was in this confusion till the end that which the director he has to copy because there is nothing like the original in the film. The story of bringing fake parents for marriage has worn off. The protagonist of the story, who takes his name after comic book hero Dhruv, wears so much make-up in every frame that he doesn't seem to be anywhere near us.
The hero-heroine in the story has misunderstandings before falling in love. Love is a little out-of-the-box expression. But, the point is that the heroine has to get married in a house that has a family and a cute dog. But the hero starts with the easy task i.e. finding the dog before the difficult task i.e. finding the parents. And the rest of the film is spent on jokes and attempts to create overpowered humor.
Hum Do Humare Do Review:
This is the last film of this year by producer Dinesh Vijan. 'Roohi' was released in theatres. He gave a great film 'Mimi' to Netflix. He has given 'Shiddat' on Disney Plus Hotstar before and 'Hum Do Hamare Do' seems like this OTT has got it in a package deal. There is nothing in 'Hum Do Hamare Do' that keeps the audience interested in it from beginning to end.
Paresh Rawal's acting has now come to such a point that the audience knows what his body language is going to be before he starts acting. The film had high expectations from Ratna Pathak but she has also disappointed. Manu Rishi Chadha's acting was definitely worth applauding
At the time of the release of the trailer of the film, Kriti Sanon is an in-house artist of Maddock Films, but if she rises above 'Dosti Yaari' and can do two more films like 'Panipat' and 'Mimi', then Hindi cinema will be at the top. She has the potential to be one of the top actresses.
The film 'Hum Do Hamare Do' has brought her back four steps again and her partner Rajkumar Rao has also become in it. Both these actors need to pursue their film choices keeping emotional relationships aside. The same applies to the film's composer Sachin Jigar.