Hum Tum (TV series)

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Hum Tum
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The opening title screen for Hum Tum
Genre Drama
Comedy
Written by Khurram Fareed
Directed by Rana Rizwan
Starring Atiqa Odho, Sajid Hasan, Mohib Mirza, Aamina Sheikh, Sawera Pasha, Muhammad Yasir, Aliya Fatima
Opening theme Hum Tum Kho Naa Jain by Azal Band
Country of origin Pakistan
Original language(s) Urdu
No. of episodes 15
Production
Producer(s) Nida Yasir
Yasir Nawaz
Production company(s) Fareed Nawaz Productions
Broadcast
Original channel Geo Entertainment
Original run October 26, 2010 – February 1, 2011

Hum Tum (Urdu: ہم تم‎) is a Pakistani television serial which premiered on Geo Entertainment on October 26, 2010 and ended on February 1, 2011. The series is directed by Rana Rizwan, is written by popular Khurram Fareed, and produced by Yasir Nawaz and wife Nida Yasir's production house, Fareed Nawaz Productions. The official soundtrack is called Hum tum kho na jayain, composed and performed by Azal The Band, originally released in 2008. The track also serves as a background score for many scenes throughout the drama.

Cast and characters[edit]

Main cast[edit]

Supporting cast[edit]

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Plot[edit]

Asif (Sajid Hasan) and Shagufta (Atiqa Odho) meet each other after a long time and come to know about each other’s circumstances. Shagufta’s husband, Bilal (Tanveer Jamal) a raging alcoholic, divorced her a while back while Asif has been a widower since his wife died giving birth to their third child, Nail. Shagufta also has three children, two daughters and a son, from her previous marriage and that is the reason her ex-husband keeps harassing and calling her up. Shagufta who has been living for her kids all this time, decides to marry Asif. They both take their children out for a dinner to break the news. Their young ones make peace with this new development pretty quickly after showing a minor rebellion but the more mature, Amal (Aamina Sheikh) and Ali (Mohib Mirza) refuse to give in. The opposition continues and their parents secretly do a court marriage without waiting for any more approval from their families. Eventually Shagufta moves into Asif's house and in the beginning the opposite kid's parents hate each other. But after some time they begin to become friends and Amal and Ali fall in love. Sanam, Shagufta's other daughter, falls in love with a boy in her college, Mikaal. They eventually get engaged as do Amal and Ali in the end.


Promotion[edit]

Mohib Mirza appeared in one episode of famous comedy sitcom Nadaaniyaan to promote Hum Tum. He portrayed Ishrat Baji, a character from the show of the same name. Nadaaniyaan is a home production of Fareed Nawaz Productions.[1]

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