PLOT : Are blood ties the only way to define a family? An identical surname? Or to live under the same roof? Hum Do Hamare Do challenge the very notion of a functioning household. It calls into question the true values of what unites and defines a family. In this comedy film, protagonist Dhruv Shikhar is an orphan who has overcome all odds but is in desperate need of a family; Anya Mehra, the woman he is in love with, wants to marry a man who has a “sweet family” and a dog. In his quest for a couple of fake parents he finds Purshottam Mishra and Dipti Kashyap, who have a history of their own, and adopts them as his real guardians. Despite this solution, the question remains: will Dhruv be able to persuade Anya to marry him, with the whole façade he has put on?
Abhishek Jain. was born in Ahmedabad, India, graduated from the University of BK Majumdar Institute of Business Administration in 2006 and gained a degree in filmmaking from Whistling Woods International in 2008. He began his career by working as a radio jockey on Radio Mirchi, and in 2010, founded CineMan productions, making his debut film Kevi Rite Jaishin in 2012, winning the award for best director and Best Film at the BIG Gujarati Entertainment Awards, and at the 12th, and 14th Annual Transmedia Gujarati Screen & Stage Award. In 2016, Jain announced that CineMan Productions will co-produce three Gujarati films with Phantom Films, each directed by Jain himself. These films received national recognition and were awarded the National Film Award for Best Feature. Only recently, in 2021, was Jain on board to create the Hindi comedy-drama Hum Do Hamare Do.
Length 2h 8min
Kriti Sanon, Rajkummar Rao, Paresh Rawal, Manu Rishi Chadha, Aparshakti Khurana, Saanand Verma, Ratna Pathak Shah,
Distribution Disney +
Production Disney +
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