Hum Tum Aur Woh (1971) – Review


Mahendranath is a poor man. His wife elopes because she does not want to live a pauper’s life. The table turns as Mahendranath becomes very rich. He gets the “Padma Shri.” Because of his socialistic tendencies he is not very popular with his fellow industrialists. Vinod Khanna dons the make-up of a Sanskrit scholar and starts loving heroine Bharati. Action comes to play with fights and one or two murders too. Some good visuals by photographer in Simla greet the viewer. Helen is there with a bottle of Vat 69 and she dances to deceive her benefactor.

There is no purpose as the film goes round and round along the well-known pattern. It is at best the common crime-movie with mysteries that lack credence and conviction.

Ashok Kumar shows glimpses of his genius. Vinod Khanna just manages to go through his portions. Bharati looks fine. Wonder-dog Jack is better than all.

Some tunes are good. Photography is well done.

Hum Turn Aur Woh takes the audience to a wonderland which simply does not exist.

Year – 1971

Language – Hindi

Country – India

Producer – Shiv Kumar

Director – Shiv Kumar

Music Director – Kalyanji-Anandji

Box-Office Status

Cast – Sunder, Helen, Aruna Irani, Bharati, N. A. Ansari, Sulochana Chatterjee, Tarun Bose, Jalal Agha, Jagdish Raaj, Tuntun, Ashok Kumar, Chandrashekhar, K. N. Singh, Vinod Khanna

Miscellaneous Information

Songs List

Music Director(s)
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