Widower Jairaj Verma lives with his four sons in a small apartment. Three of his sons are in their teens, while his youngest son is around 12 years. On the other hand there is Maya Sinha, a... See full summary »

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Jairaj Verma
Rakhee Gulzar ...
Maya
Amjad Khan ...
Mr. Chaudhary (Sonia's Father)
Prem Krishan ...
Vikram Sinha
Radhika Sarathkumar ...
Sonia (as Radhika)
Mehmood ...
Pandit Brij Bhushan
Shubha Khote ...
Mrs. Brij Bhushan (as Shobha Khote)
Asrani ...
Gauri Shankar
Gayatri ...
Komal Sinha
Rakesh Bedi ...
Sunil
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Vipin
Pucky Ali ...
Vijay
Lucky Ali ...
Ajay
Baby Pinky
David Abraham ...
Mr. Sinha (Maya's Father) (as David)
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Widower Jairaj Verma lives with his four sons in a small apartment. Three of his sons are in their teens, while his youngest son is around 12 years. On the other hand there is Maya Sinha, a widow, who also lives in a small apartment with three children, two sons and a daughter, Komal, who is about to get married. Then rumors spread abound that Maya and Jairaj are having an affair, and this adversely affects Komal's marriage, leaving her angry and confused. Jairaj and Maya's attempts to pacify their respective children that they are husband and wife, is of no avail, as they are convinced that Maya and Jairaj are having an illicit affair. The only solution to end this dilemma is for Jairaj and Maya to get married, and live together as a family, but will their children and the community accept them as husband and wife? Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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26 January 1979 (India)  »

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Hamaare Tumhare  »

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This film was veteren. F.C.Mehra's son Umesh Mehra's first film as director, who later made the Indo-Russian co-production Alibaba Aur 40 Chor with Dharmendra, Hema Malini & Zeenat Aman. Incidently the story of Hamare Tumhare & Basu Chetterjee's Khatta Meetha, were based on the same foreign film. Anil Kapoor was in a small role later Umesh Mehra made Kasam with Anil Kapoor as the leading man. See more »

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Remake of Yours, Mine and Ours (1968) See more »

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Averill Park
Music by Rahul Dev Burman
Lyrics by Yogesh
Performed by Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar, Usha Mangeshkar, Amit Kumar
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Humare Disappoints Tunhare
28 October 2011 | by (Fraggle Rock) – See all my reviews

Mehra's 'Humare Tumhare' tries to raise the issue about marriage in old age (something that was frowned upon in those times). The writing and execution are quite poor. Too much attention was given to the family history, the Amjad Khan track and the romance angle linked to that. In addition, there are too many plot holes and conveniences. The romance between Jayraj and Maya is mostly well depicted thanks to the actors. This would have been a more interesting film had Jayraj and Maya only met in their old age and decided to get married, much against their children and society's wish. Anyway, the songs are forgettable. Sanjeev Kumar is awesome. If there is any reason to watch 'Hamare Tumhare', then that's him. His scenes with Rakhee are what's good about the movie. Asrani too provides modest comic relief. Rakhee is alright. The actors who play the sons are dreadful. Amjad Khan is wasted. Overall, 'Hamare Tumhare' disappoints.


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