1.5 Average

Hum Tum Aur Ghost

Kabeer Sharma's Hum Tum Aur Ghost was not so interesting as it lacked the proper presentation and order. Though there s a lot of humor in the film but it still could not come up as the best because many incidents were left unexplained. There was lot of unwanted mess for which we can blame the writers and director. But the storyline is too good and unique and we can surely give a ten on ten for that. A happy go lucky man Armaan[Arshad Warsi] and his girlfriend Gehna [Dia Mirza] are happilyliving and have a perfect life. Armaan is suffering from a weird problem of hearing different voices which makes him scared and irritates him. His loved one gets worried as he talks to himself and find him answering to no one. But later Armaan finds out the reason of all the happenings. He is blessed with the special power of hearing the dead and connects to them. That is when he decides to help the ghost who needs him which includes child, an old man and a young woman. The child who wants to help his missing father, second story was of the old man (Boman Irani) and also included the woman who is in search of her son in the third story.

Undoubtedly the concept is good with a blend of humor, romance, and horrors. But the story should have taken forward in more interesting and beautiful manner. Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy's music was worth listening and the cinematography by Ashok Mehta also came out well. Arshad has worked efficiently and he is worth acknowledging and Dia also did not leave any stone unturned to give her best and acted extremely well with a complete different look. Boman Irani played his old man's character perfectly. The scene where he meets his wife was exceptionally good. Zehra Naqvi, Sandhya Mridul, Asawari Joshi and Shernaz Patel were all ok. I would personally not suggest you to waste your money and time on this utterly waste movie.