Haami 2 Movie By Nandita Roy And Shiboprosad Mukherjee Is A Must Watch: In 2014, Laltu-Mithali teamed up in the film ‘Ramdhanu’. Their goal in life was to get their children admitted to a good school. In 2018, the pair of Laltu-Mithali returned in ‘Hami’. Nandita Roy-Sivaprasad Mukhopadhyay brought the story of the sweet friendship of children and modern parenting. Laltu-Mithali returns for the third time in ‘Hami Two’. Although called a sequel, ‘Humi Two’ has nothing in common with the story of the first film except for the return of the pair. The story of this film revolves around the extreme reality of reality shows, the friendship of children, the pressure of fulfilling the wishes of parents, and the growing up of a prodigy in a middle-class family. The screenplay has a very important message, which is the trademark of the Nandita-Sivaprasad duo.
One of Mithali’s dialogues in the film goes like this, ‘Even after taking the school job exam seven times, I still didn’t make the list… I wanted to be a schoolmaster as a child and now I want to be a stool master’. From this the socio-economic position of Laltu Mandal becomes clear. He now sells commode tools. And good government jobs wait for a letter or phone. Their little family with Bhepu (Ritadeep) and Chinuke (Sreyan). Mother Mithali (Gargi Roychowdhury) harbors excessive hopes for their wonder boy Bhempu. Father Laltu (Shivaprasad Mukhopadhyay) is less than, rather, thinks that the son should get time to play. But the little baby is name of 43 gurgles! Says the longest addition-subtraction-multiplication-division. The story characters of the epics, the patriots of the nation are on his lips. As Jahuri gets to know Jahar, child artist agent Prashant Chakraborty (Kharaj Mukhopadhyay) also comes to pull the wonder child. The agent handles the crowd of ‘Junior Sarada’ on one hand and ‘Chot Rasmani’ on the other. Mithali believes this will make Vempu’s ‘famous’ ‘viral’. Vhempu must write his name in the reality show.
The senior master of Laltubabu’s Bengali school, whom everyone calls Nitai Jatha (Anjan Dutt), is also amazed by the child’s talent. The master showered the little Siddharth with affection. Reminds, ‘Don’t be surprised, one day you will be surprised.’ Damn, the guy who can dazzle with a flash of genius in 30 seconds, can he stop? Let’s remember childhood, friendship, and playground. Competition ahead, the cold room of reality. Brother China is watching Dada on TV, in cutouts on the street, only they don’t get time to play together. Bhempu panted. The mother fell under the clutches of the agent but understood that her son would not be lost. Tempur befriended the gifted little Ruksana while on the reality show. Only parents pour the poison of competition into their friendship. The child who was once special and parents desperate to prove his specialness to the world becomes their earning weapon. By then the kid has become the reality show’s TRP ruler. Once the quality of the talent is discovered, the khenaja begins another approach to selling him. The criteria for that marketing may be poverty, illness, or any other vulnerability. As is happening in many children’s lives now. ‘We Too’ questions competition. The hitmaker-director duo reminds the parents that it is their responsibility of the parents to understand their child’s state of mind.
In the film, I see Laltu talking about stopping the race. And Nitai Jyatha said – Later, new wonders will come and one day will occupy the place of China. Anjan Dutt’s performance in this episode is eye-watering. It can be said that he is the ‘show-stealer’. Can winning a competition be greater than learning something or being creative? ‘Hummy Two’ highlights the pros and cons of competition for kids. The director duo has woven the message of harmony in the screenplay. A lot of melodrama has been resorted to just to give a touch of comedy in some parts, otherwise, Sholoana would have been complete.
The ‘Junior Pandit’ show runs for much of the second half. Here in the Tan Tan Climax episode, see if Vempu can finally live up to everyone’s expectations or not. Prosenjit Chattopadhyay is very smart in his role as conductor. Shiv Prasad played the role of Chaphosha’s middle-class father fluently. Gargi fulfills the needs of the character of a mother desperate to fulfill her dreams. The three young actors Ritdeep Sengupta, Shreyan Saha, and Aritrika Choudhury want to adore when they see them on screen. I like children’s songs. Music composed by Anindya Chattopadhyay and background music by Prabuddha Bandyopadhyay. But the length of the film could have been shorter. In fact, the first ‘we’ is not to forget, but the challenge of the second is to overcome him. The film’s best achievement is showing the rainbow of friendship on the complex map of competition. It will shock the hearts of adults and children.