Hum Tum‘ has everything! Sughar boys and brilliant girls, TikToker grandfather (Muhammad Ahmed) and grandmother (Uzma Beig) who is running a business of marriage bureau, sister’s bonding and competition, however this love-hate relationship we simply adored it!
In any case, that is not all we cherished Saima Akram Chaudhry demonstrates she knows how to grip the storyline engaging, intriguing, entertaining but mention to resolving a few extremely prominent issues and stereotypes. She has written every character in her own specific way. A culinary specialist, a TikToker, a brilliant chemistry specialist, a software engineering student/hacking master, a gym freak, just to explain a few.
What an innovative and entertaining plan to have a grandfather who is on TikTok. His relationship with his granddaughters was simply amazing, charming and prevailing for us totally. Muhammad Ahmed sahib is playing his role perfectly as always.
The other cutest character of this drama is the grandmother who is obsessed with Shaadi & Rishta making especially for girls.
We’re Loving the Gender Role Reversal!
The character inversion is extremely intriguing. How the young girls in a single house are not sughar but extraordinary intelligent, extremely positive, clever, very sure and succeeding scholastically. Unfortunately, this is ignored by the way that they are not young men and don’t have a sibling, bringing about an unpleasant dad (Adnan Jafar) and unappreciative of his little girls.
Neha (Ramsha Khan) driving the Vespa is most certainly a freeing idea. The young men in the other house are sughar, very obedient, and a little bit OCD about neatness and where things must be in their place. In both houses, the two neighbors appear to have both sort of relationships; friends and enemy. They are friends but at the same time, they behave like they are not worst enemy of each other. Adam (Ahad Raza Mir) is on target all young girls in the professor’s house.
A note of valuing for our director Danish Nawaz who is extraordinarily entertaining in a marvelous way where he presented their leading characters as well as getting us a few exceptionally intriguing shots during the episode. He spellbound us in the absolute initial couple of moments.
Did you find Hum Tum entertaining? Three episodes are out, which one is your most favourite uptill now?
The Viral Cat found this drama full of fun & entertainment.