Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 22

Hum Tum Episode 1 Recap

For reviews of older episodes, check these links below.

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 1

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 2

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 3

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 4

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 5

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 6

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 7

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 8

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 9

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 10

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 11

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 12

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 13

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 14

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 15

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 16

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 17

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 18

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 19

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 20

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 21

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Hum Tum Episode 22 Written Update & Review

This was another slow episode. Half of the episode was just about Safiullah being a tik toker acting like a kid which makes Qutbuddin’s blood boil. The other half of the episode was Adam staring at Neha. It seems like he can’t take his eyes off Neha. I don’t know why, but it was annoying, oh-so-annoying. I can’t tolerate a good hero falling for an arrogant, evil, annoying heroine.

There was some song and dance, but the choreography was so basic. I mean… I don’t dance or anything, but I can appreciate a good dance, and this was not it. I had expected that Ahad Raza Mir would know his moves, but he didn’t. The dance sequence looked almost awkard.

I have always liked Adam’s friend Omer, but today I just loved his expressions. The best scene of this episode was when Omer says:

“Tum dono maroge to aisi shakl mein hoge.”

And then he makes a face. So funny! And that brings me to today’s find–Danish Ali aka Omer aka Adam’s jigar. Banda has his own channel and is quite talented. I found one sketch where he is playing a mother who interrupts a remote work meeting and sends everyone to do household chores–jake bartan dho, jao jhadu lagao, sorry bolo… Brilliant writing and superb acting…

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