As a Valentine’s Day gift to all the lovey-dovey couples, Hum Tum hit theatres on Friday in Andhra Pradesh. This love story cum youth entertainer is sure to capture the hearts of youngsters in love. Despite the fact that most artistes in the movie are not so experienced, yet their efforts to deliver a good performance deserve to be lauded.


The Production Team:


Cast : Manish, Simran, Nikhil Chakravathi, Ashwariya, M.S. Narayana, Dharmavarapu Subramanyam, Gundu Hanumantha Rao, A.V.S, Nagineedu, Melkote, Surya, Kondavalasa, Allari Subhashini, Sana, Ramya, Shilpa Chakravarthy, Nandini


Director     : Ram Bimana

Music         : Mahathi

Producer   : M.Siva Rami Reddy

Genre         : Youth Entertainer/Love




Simran who plays the role of a love-stuck Pallavi in the film firmly believes that sincerity in love can surely bring two opposites together. Throughout the movie, the leading lady of the film makes every effort to woo the person of her choice to make him realise her feelings. As is in most relationships, she also changes herself to impress him but in vain. The story begins as a one sided love story and ends…..?!!It’s not appropriate to reveal the twist in the movie. However, we give the analysis of the movie for you to decide whether to watch it or not.  




The story begins in the college backdrop. The narration of the movie is good. The artistes lack experience but have put in their best efforts to do justice to the theme of the movie. The comedy track on MS Narayana, Kondavalasa, AVS turns to be the highlight of this movie. The dialogues between the college students in Telangana accent suitably attracts the youth as the same reminds the youth of their college days. The music composed by Mahathi is fairly good. The melody track Love u raa..I love u raa is the best track in the movie. The movie is worth watching and mostly attracts the youth.


Positive Aspects:






Negative Aspects:


Lack of maturity in acting by all except senior actors




Rating: 2/5 


Here IS the Video Trailer of Hum Tum Movie