Hope Aur Hum
2D

Hope Aur Hum

Hindi
ComedyDramaFamily
11 May, 2018
1 hrs 36 mins
73%
388 votes
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A father's obsession with his traditional old-school copy machine wreaks havoc on the family causing a change in their relationship. As the entire family opposes Nagesh's (Naseeruddin Shah) dated ways, the story intensifies. It explores the life of each family member because their lives are entwined with each other. Ad film director Sudip Bandyopadhyay presents a simple story of human emotions, told through three generations and the differences in their ideas, in a transition from the old to the new.
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Verdict: Sudip Bandyopadhyay makes a stellar debut with this feel-good family drama. Ad filmmaker Sudip Bandyopadhyay recently forayed into films with his first feature debut starring veteran actor Naseeruddin Shah. Titled Hope Aur Hum, this film is a family drama exploring the lives of the members of the Srivastava family. Joining Shah in the cast are popular actors Sonal... ...Read full review
An ageing widower cant let go of his antiquated photocopy machine, which occupies too much space and breaks down constantly, leading to friction in his family. ...Read full review
Leonard Cohen`s insightful lyrics perfectly sum the optimism enveloping Sudipto Bandyopadhyay`s directorial debut. Hope Aur Hum looks at life`s day-to-day setbacks and joys through the lens of childhood, youth and old age with a sentimentality that`s moderate and meaningful. ...Read full review
Hope Aur Hum doesn`t believe in subtlety when it comes to drumming home its message of old giving way to the new, saddling Naseeruddin Shah with the burden of making audiences hope that, surely, there is something better around the corner. ...Read full review
At the pinnacle of this nuclear family is the patriarch Nagesh Srivastava (Naseeruddin Shah) who nurtures a deep bond with a faltering copying machine. Affectionately referred to as Mr. Soennecken, Nagesh regards the practice of producing copies as art. But his frustrated customers disagree. The family two sons, a daughter-in-law gently tries to urge him to let go of the past and replace the old, out-of-order German machine with a shiny, new, efficient photocopier. ...Read full review
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