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‘Hum Do Hamare Do’ movie review: Family planning goes awry

‘Hum Do Hamare Do’ movie review: Family planning goes awry

Despite an unusual plot and competent actors, the film turns out to be a pretentious mess that tests your wits and patience

Touted as a family outing for this Deepavali, director Abhishek Jain has cobbled up an unusual plot and competent actors, only to churn out a pretentious mess that tests your wits and patience.

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In this new version of ‘family planning’, an industrious orphan Dhruv (Rajkummar Rao) is keen to ‘adopt’ parents so that his marriage with a cutesy blogger Anya (Kriti Sanon) could materialise. The candidates (Paresh Rawal and Ratna Pathak Shah) he chooses, share an amorous past and the situation allows the sparks to fly all over again. Not entirely original, as we had recently seen a similar situation in 14 Phere, it does provide a fertile ground for a social commentary laced with comic situations. Unfortunately, the…

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