News Helpline | January, 02 2014
Verdict : Go and Live your dream! _________________________________________________________________________________
Hawaa Hawaai, a tribute to the people who are very passionate for their dream is directed and produced by Stanley Ka Dabba fame director Amole Gupte under the banner of Fox Star Studios. The movie features Partho Gupte (Arjun) and Saqib Saleem (Lucky) in lead roles. The songs are composed by Hitesh Sonik and cinematography is jointly done by Amol Gole and Vikas Sivaraman. Film Going to release today so Let's take a look at the movie review and story, which is based on the tag line “There are some dreams that don't let you sleep.”
Story of the inspirational movie unveils the victory of the human spirit in far circumstances, friendship and enjoying the journey of making one’s dream come true. Plot of the Hawaa Hawaai turns around the life of Arjun (Partho Gupte), a very poor boy who moves to the big city along with his mother and little sister. There this poor kid discovers in-line skating through coach Lucky, who trains kids to become skating champions. He started dreaming to become skating champion under Lucky sir (Saqib Saleem). To bring his dream to the reality, his four of friends get together and helped him. Arjun somehow manages to learn skating from Lucky, but amid he met an accident and suffered a major injury in his legs. Enthusiastic kid would not leave his dream and start learning skating again, despite major injury. Later, in the competition whether he is able to win or not is the crux of the movie.
Amol Gupte has earlier proved his direction skills in Stanley Ka Dabba and this is just another feature to his cap. The director’s style of storytelling is flawless and doesn’t make the viewers struggle a lot to understand the core objective of the movie.
From the first scene to the last, the viewers get engaged into the story without getting bored at any point. Issues like child labour and poverty has been raised in the movie, which makes each individual think.
Partho Gupte is sure a find. The child artist has the capability of carrying the whole film in his shoulders. His expressions are one thing to watch. Saqib Saleem is again a wonderful actor. His acting prowess is clearly visible in the film, especially in the climax sequences.
A few things in the movie including the romance sequence between Saqib and Pragya are unnecessary. The movie could have certainly done better without the romance.
Also the problems faced by the rural India has been over exaggerated and could have been cut short to an extent. Even the climax is a little unbelievable, but this flaw is absolutely avoidable.
Some of the aspects including Arjun’s dream sequence where Arjun actually flies and the climax are worth a watch. The movie does not have a single dull moment and in fact the viewers get to understand the characters’ emotions eventually.
While the first half is a little slow paced, the second half is extremely exciting and moves in the right speed. The cinematography is excellent and so is the editing. The songs of the movie are apt and fit well in the plot.
A special mention however goes to the background score that makes the movie even more watchable.
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