Writer: Abhishek Dixit
Cast: Prit Kamani as Namit
Simran Sharma as Manjari
Anshuman Malhotra as Abeer
Tushar Pandey as Surjo
Himanshu Ashok Malhotra as Aarambh
Veebha Aanand as Savita
Jatin Goswami as Ravikant
Alok Pandey as Vikram Yadav
It is said that friends are the family we choose. Hum Chaar depicts this concept through nostalgic and relatable story telling. Hum Chaar is a story about the emotional bond shared by four main characters Namit, Manjari, Abeer and Surjo, who start out as friends in college and end up becoming each other’s family.
While Manjari is definitely a new-age Rajshri heroine, she isn’t unaffected by the patriarchy and tradition.
She is focused on becoming a doctor so she isn’t married off by her conservative father and brother.
Her strong, independent and fearless nature fascinates the three boys and the four become great friends.
But over time all three boys discover that they are in love with Manjari and confess their feelings to each other. On her birthday, the trio decides to find out who, out of the three, is she actually in love with. But an incident that very night changes their life, causing their friendship to fall apart. Hum Chaar is a story that revolves around that idea and explores the gravity of the fact that in modern times friends are family too.