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Hamid Dvd

In a bid to talk to his deceased father, a young Hamid tries to contact God by dialling 786, which he believes is God’s number. His life takes a turn when his call gets answered.

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Hamid is an Indian drama film directed by Aijaz Khan. The film stars Rasika Dugal, Vikas Kumar and Talha Arshad Reshi in major roles, and is an adaptation of the play Phone No. 786 by Mohd. Amin Bhat. The story revolves about a seven-year-old Hamid who learns that 786 is God’s number and decides to try and reach out to God, by dialing this number. He wants to talk to his father, who his classmate tells him has gone to Allah. One fine day the phone call is answered, and two lives shattered in the strife of Kashmir find a way to be complete again. The film is produced by Yoodlee Films, a venture of Saregama. The official trailer was released on 10 October 2018. Global premiere of Hamid was held at the Jio MAMI 20th Mumbai Film Festival. The film went on to win the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Urdu at the 66th National Film Awards hosted in August 2019.


Hamid is a young boy of seven, in search of his father who went missing a year ago. He somehow discovers that 786 is Allah’s number, makes some combination and finally dials a phone number which is answered. Thus begins a series of conversations with the person on the other line who happens to be a CRPF soldier finding solace in Hamid’s innocent talk. Hamid tells him about his father, his teachings and how his absence has changed their lives. Meanwhile, Hamid’s mother is not able to make peace with the fact that her husband has disappeared. She is always lost in her grief and is dejected. Hamid tries to learn his father’s boat-making craft among various other means to please Allah, in belief that his father might return some day. Finally on one of the days Hamid realizes that his father is dead and would never return. His mother comes to terms with his death on the very same day. In the epilogue it is shown that Hamid finally gets his much desired red paint for the newly deigned boat (probably sent by the CRPF jawan), paints it and sails on it with his mother.

The film denotes how eventually people learn to deal with tragedies and move on no matter what, and serves as a powerful depiction of human resilience. What is striking is also the fact that despite being naive the boy knows the difference between what is right and what is wrong due to his father’s teachings, again stressing the fact that we are a result of our upbringing.


Talha Arshad Reshi as Hamid
Vikas Kumar as Abhay
Rasika Dugal as Ishrat
Sumit Kaul as Rehmat
Mir Sarwar as Abbass
Bashir Lone as Rasool Chacha
Veer Rajwant Singh as Rajinder
Ashraf Nagoo as Basheer
Qazi Faiz as Beggar
Umar Adil as Police Officer
Gulam Hussain Barji as Shopkeeper
Sajid as Police Constable
Shafia as Noor


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