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Hamid
2D

Hamid

Hindi
Drama
15 Mar, 2019
1 hrs 55 mins
75%
379 votes
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Eight-year-old Hamid learns that 786 is God`s number and decides to try and reach out to God, by dialing this number. He wants to talk to his father, who, as told by his mother is with Allah. One fine day, the phone call is answered, and the two lives, shattered in the Kashmir strife, find a way to be complete again.
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Verdict: An emotionally powerful story with heartwarming performances. Kashmir is a favorite locale among Hindi filmmakers but there are very few who make movies about the region. With the political tensions that have been prevalent there since decades, filmmakers have a huge opportunity to bring the plight of the Kashmiris to the world asAijaz Khanhas done in his latest filmHamid. Told thro... ...Read full review
Rasika Dugal Is Luminous In This Heart-Breaking And Uplifting Film ...Read full review
Red is the colour of blood and bloodshed. But in this film it is also the colour of hope and positivity. Its time to paint the Green Valley into postcard-perfect shades again. Hamidbrings hope . Its an irresistible piece on peace, and one that every Indian must see. ...Read full review
A film of Kashmir and its present day situation is always tricky and often filmmakers fall into the temptation of taking sides or amplifying the drama. No one is really interested in known a story of a single household. But when you watch Hamid, you will realise why innocence is still an integral and essential element even today, in an othewise complicated state. I strongly recommend that you watch Hamid in a theatre. ...Read full review
A well-told story of human perseverance and frailty ...Read full review
In the title role, child artist Tallah`s innocence and acting touches the heart. The fact that he has played the role of Hamid is to overwhelm himself. Rasika played the role of a woman searching for her husband in a very capable manner. Sumit Kaul did not get much screen space, but he remembers his role. Vikas Verma as Abhay has been very comfortable. Both his frustration and lenience in his character are very impressive. The collaborative artists have also worked in conformity with the film. ...Read full review