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Rehmat is a CRPF Jawan. He is married to Ishrat and the couple has a seven years kid Hamid. One day, Rehmat goes missing. When Ishrat tries to find him out by inquiring to the fellow CRPF jawans and officials, Hamid handles it in a different way. Hamid dials 786, the number of Allah, to inquire the god about his dad. A CRPF jawan receives the call and speaks with the kid as if he is the right person, who Hamid calls. The rest of the film deals with how the CRPF jawan involves in the life of Hamid.
Right from the kid Talha, everyone had played their role well. We don’t see them as the actors but the real characters.
Hamid is a medium budget movie, but it has captured a different Kashmir. The star selection is great and all of them have rendered well. The characters are neatly portrayed and they are dealt in depth. The film showcases the life of the jawans and their families. How a wife feels when she didn’t hear from her husband and how a kid searches his father are well designed and showcased. The execution is superb and the director makes us travel with the film throughout. The film showcases the sad reality and makes us feel.
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Hamid is a wonderful film that portrays the mindset of the people involved in serving the nation and their families. Hamid is a must-watch movie for its script, execution and performance.
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