Hum Chaar Reviews (Top Critics)
By Ramesh S (2.5/5)

The Rajshri banner has always given a boost to young talent. From Dosti (Laxmikant Pyarelal), Geet Gaata Chal (Sachin), Chitchor (Amol Palekar), Akhiyon Ke Jharokhon Se (Ranjeeta), Abodh (Madhuri Dixit), Maine Pyar Kiya (Salman Khan and Bhagyashree) and so many more, the films made the right mark for many budding talents.

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The Hindu
By Kennith Roasario

Rajshri Productions, known for its sanskari family dramas, is trying to keep up with the millennials in Hum Chaar. Family has given way to friends, characters (including women) consume alcohol, emojis and social media interface float onscreen, the female lead is (somewhat) feisty and the word 'sex' is uttered (although cloaked as 'sexpheare'). But the structure and tone of storytelling remain the same old - a classic linear narrative, predictable turn of events, over-established situations and stilted character arcs.

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The Times Of India
By Reza Noorani (2.5/5)

Given the hectic lives of medial students, it is a bit odd that the four protagonists in Hum Chaar rarely are worried about their grades. But that's okay, because they are there to entertain the audience. But do they manage to do so? Not all the time. In fact, just as we start witnessing the bonding between the four, the first half is over, which is also the best half of the film. The second half drags on for a good one hour, and there is not a lot to learn there.

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