Hum Tum is the perfect post-iftaari entertainment! It is standing out not just for its comic timing and punchlines, but also for breaking gender stereotypes and doing so in a rather subtle manner, without rubbing it in your face. However, nothing escapes the eyes of the audience and they have caught on!
Be it Adam putting on nail paint on his baby sister’s nails or Sarmad doing her hair, Neha riding around her daddu’s Vespa, daddu applying Sasha’s eyeliner, Sarmad & Adam cooking & doing house chores – it’s all so wholesome to watch & we love every bit of it.
Twitter Is Obsessed!
“Can we all applaud the makers of #Humtum for giving an extremely gender healthy representation of a family.🥺🤍👏”
“A big round of applause for them 👏🏻👏🏻. The literally represented the opposites of what our society thinks or is made up of. 💞 #HumTum”
“THIS IS SO CUTE #humtum“
Brother-sis duo 🥺❤️🧿 HumTum”
“I need brothers like Adam and Sarmad 🥺 #HumTum”
“Reversal of gender roles, we love to see 🥰”
“‘Smooth lagao ya clsssic ?’ 😭😭”
“this was the cutest scene the boys doing the girl’s hair & nail polish 🥺❤️ #HumTum”
“Daddu putting eyeliner on Sasha. Sarmad ironing Mili’s hair while Adam applies nail polish on her hands. when Sasha requests Adam to paint her nails as well, Adam obliges without a frown on his face. #HumTum looked in the face of gender stereotypes and SPAT on its face!!”
“I think this 🥺❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>”
“This episode was probably the best one so far! Daddu and his “style”, Adam applying nail paint and Sarmad straightening Mili’s hair were the highlight of the episode for me. So wholesome. The Qutubuddins and the Sultans own my heart. “
It’s so refreshing to see gender-healthy representations in a Pakistani drama. How are you liking Hum Tum so far? Tell us!