Director Abhishek Dixit fails to do justice to the film and ends up delivering a never-ending saga, feels Ramesh S.
The Rajshri banner has always given a boost to young talent.
From Dosti (Laxmikant Pyarelal), Geet Gaata Chal (Sachin), Chitchor (Amol Palekar), Akhiyon Ke Jharokhon Se (Ranjeeta), Abodh (Madhuri Dixit), Maine Pyar Kiya (Salman Khan and Bhagyashree) and so many more, the films made the right mark for many budding talents.
Their latest venture, Hum Chaar, also features young, new actors.
>Hum Chaar is a story of Namit (Prit Kamani), Abeer (Anshuman Malhotra) and Surjo (Tushar Pandey) studying in medical college.
Their life changes with the entry of Manjari (Simran Sharma).
While Manjari consider these guys as her best friends, the trio on the other end are madly in love with her.
This leads to series of chaos and drama between the friends.
The movie starts with light moments and shows the friendship between the lead characters. Their camaraderie is good, but one wishes it has more depth.
The pre-interval track drags and the fallout between the friends seemed unjustified, leading to forced drama.
The second half is super slow, bland and moves at a snail's pace.
The drama is repetitive and should have been edited well.
There is no fun or entertainment quotient in the boring second half.
Songs are the highlight of most Rajshri films, but here, the songs fail to register.
Director Abhishek Dixit fails to do justice to the film and ends up delivering a never-ending saga.
Prit Kamani will remind you of a young Kartik Aryan and has a good screen appeal. He does his part even in the dramatic scenes.
Anshuman Malhotra is fine, but needs to improve.
Tushar Pandey sticks to his character and does full justice.
Simran Sharma is average and lacks intensity.
Himanshu Malhotra lends decent support.
Overall, Hum Chaar lacks entertainment, and ends up as a below average drama.