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Hamid (2018)

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Eight year-old Hamid learns that 786 is God's number and decides to try and reach out to God, by dialing this number. He wants to talk to his father, who his mother tells him has gone to Allah. One fine day the phone call is answered.

Director:

Aijaz Khan

Writers:

Ravinder Randhawa (Screenplay), Sumit Saxena (dialogue)
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Credited cast:
Talha Arshad Reshi Talha Arshad Reshi ... Hamid
Vikas Kumar ... Abhay
Rasika Dugal ... Ishrat
Sumit Kaul Sumit Kaul ... Rehmat
Bashir Lone Bashir Lone ... Rasool Chacha
Gurveer Singh Gurveer Singh ... Rajinder
Ashraf Nagoo Ashraf Nagoo ... Basheer
Mir Sarwar ... Abbas
Qazi Faiz Qazi Faiz ... Beggar
Umar Adil Umar Adil ... Police Officer
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Gunjan Sinha Gunjan Sinha ... Jagdeesh
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Hamid's (8) father has gone missing. His mother Ishrat has turned indifferent towards Hamid and the entire world after the incident. Neglected and lonely, with a heart searching for answers, Hamid star gazes in the hope of meeting his father. The number 786 always bewildered Hamid. One day a teacher tells Hamid that this is God's number. Using his father's old mobile phone, after trying different combinations, he finally manages to connect to a person, who he is convinced is God. On the other side is Abhay, a hard-knuckled CRPF Jawaan. Hamid's phone call, though surprising at first, intrigues Abhay who engages in humouring Hamid. These two, unknowingly and unintentionally, change each other's world for the better.

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Language:

Urdu | Hindi

Release Date:

15 March 2019 (India) See more »

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Talha Arshad Reshi won national award for his performance. See more »

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Hamid: Mother, have faith in God.
Ishrat: God is there my son, but he doesn't really care.
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Biased free attempt of Bollywood.
22 May 2019 | by saraahzaidiSee all my reviews

It's so irony that a viewer was in a constant wait to see tilted side of the story that Bollywood has never failed to bring. To our surprise Hamid was not, It covered the situation of Kashmir like no movie before. It has portrayed the issue through empathy, by putting our feet in the shoes of not only the Kashmiris but also of the soldiers. Both sides are in pain yet we deny to see it. Heart breaking!


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