After the immense success of Suno Chanda and Chupke Chupke, Hum TV is back with another family entertainer called ‘Hum Tum.’ The show is a special Ramzan transmission that will light up our screens during the entire holy month. It is a light hearted sitcom style show will interesting characters and goofy comedy that is sure to tickle our funny bones and bring smile to our faces.
The show stars Ramsha Khan (Neha) and Junaid Khan (Sarmad) along with Sara Khan (Maha), and Ahad Raza Mir (Adam) among others. The show went on air on the first Ramzan. Read onto find out what happened in the first episode.
We are introduced to our primary characters including Neha (Ramsha), one of three sisters, the daughter of a professor who is always impressed and inspired by his neighbors and their sons for being organized and responsible. He keeps reprimanding his daughters for their ways. As a result, Neha is brash, boisterous, and a rebel. She rides the scooter, is sarcastic and does what she wants. She hates the neighbors and their youngest son because he is a student of her father’s and is always ratting them out to earn brownie points with Neha’s father.
Neha constantly fights and argues with her sisters but loves them a lot. The three sisters have great chemistry and stand united when it comes to competition with the neighbors. Oh, she also loves her grandfather, who is a famous TikToker in the neighborhood, and constantly provides ample doses of laughter in any given situation.
Then there’s Junaid Khan’s character, a professional chef who runs a restaurant. He is one of the two above mentioned neighbor’s son. He can best be described as the family good kid who is perfect and always does the right thing. He runs a successful food business and takes care of the family as well.
It so happens that it is Neha’s (Ramsha) grandfather’s birthday and she plans to surprise him. She goes to get cake with Sasha, the third sister, where Adam (Ahad), the younger son of the neighbors, tramples her cake with his bike. It is a funny scene where we learn how well the two families know each other and how there’s a playful love-hate relationship between them.
It will be interesting to see how the show will unfold and what drama and developments will take place in the upcoming episodes. Hum Tum will air every day after iftar on Hum TV.