Hawaa Hawaai (2014) is a Hindi movie. Amole Gupte has directed this movie. Makrand Deshpande,Partho A. Gupte,Devraya Gole,Neha Joshi are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2014. Hawaa Hawaai (2014) is considered one of the best Drama,Family,Sport movie in India and around the world.
Arjun dreams of skating. Can Arjun follow his dream and be a champion?
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I entered in a theater with confused mind that it should be a paisa wasool or not.... But believe me its more than that.... Every single frame of the movie has been created brilliantly... I just love the movie... It inspired me a lot , it will inspire you will make you weep , will make you clap, will make you laugh... Just go for it it is a movie with great performances , great script . ALL GOOD... Saqib saleem improved with acting part and shines in the role of lucky sir, partho carries his role brilliantly.. The mother and partho's scenes will make you cry . The gang of partho (friends) will tickle you you'll smile and laugh every time when they come on screen.. There are plenty od moments which will make you laugh as well as make you cry.. The climax flashback scene is brilliantly shot.. You will jump out of your seat and shout go Arjun... Makrand deshpande in brief role satisfied us as a father... Hats off : Amol Gupte,.. Kudos...
Hawaa Hawaai (Hindi): Finally 'Taare Zameen Par' got its replacement by its own screenwriter Amole Gupte whose script and direction in this film not only brings back the realism, charms and warmth of his 2011 film 'Stanley Ka Dabba' but makes the film a compulsory watching experience for all children and adults. Loaded with great cinematography by Amol Gole, superb editing by Deepa Bhatia and brilliant music score by Hitesh Sonik which make the narrative of this compact film slick and striking, the best part of the film is that you get to see the brilliant character development of all the characters which are warm and humane. The lead played by Partho Gupte and Saqib Saleem is simply superb along with the co-actors. Despite, the pre-climax being slightly draggy, HH ends up as a brilliant, gripping contemporary and charming cinematic experience worth a watch. My rating would be:4.5/5.
Small budgeted cinema have come up well which shows that time is certainly changing in Bollywood and it is definitely changing for good. Hawa Hawaai is one of the most daring film which will inspire and motivate you with head-strong story of a 12 year old boy who succeeded and achieved within short span of time. Ditrected by Amol Gupte who has been credited as creative director of Taare Zameen Par and Stanley Ka Dabba, Hawa Hawaai holds certain aspects of life and explores the inequality of children in the city of Mumbai. He succeeds in telling the story of brave kid who, despite all odds, dares to dream and achieves the goal. The screenplay is outstanding keeping the audience alive coupled with beautiful background score and strong performances. Music gels well with mood of the film supported with catchy cinematography and crisp editing. Partho A. Gupte delivers yet another knock-out performance after Stanley Ka Dabba and he gives his best. Saqib Saleem is getting better with each film and has proved his mettle in the film. A nice , brave attempt with wonderful direction and hard-hitting performances. Very good 4/5
It is the best movie i have seen in a long long time. All the actors have done a fantastic job. Saqib and Partho were at their best. If u liked movies like Paan Singh, Bhag Milkha, Stanley's Dabba then it is a must watch for u. And if u r preparing for any competitive exams, u must not miss this one, it will give u immense motivation and will to work harder. Even if u r a hardhearted person like me there will be moments when u will cry like a baby. Real meaning of friendship lies in the movie. Eklava punch by one of his friend was terrific. Picturisation is perfect.Humour was unbearable at times. Looking forward to its sequel now.
A poor fatherless chap,Arjun Waghmare(Partho Gupte) who works as a helper in a tea-stall in the posh Bandra-Kurla Complex of Mumbai discovers a hidden world - a swarm of kids getting trained in skating by an elusive coach,Lucky Sir and nurtures a dream of mastering the skill.With a backdrop of a sport thats rarely explored on our celluloid, director Amol Gupte weaves a sentimental tale of the underdog. The mentor and his protégé foster an endearing relationship and Arjun becomes the modern-day 'Eklaava' as mis-spelt by his chillar party friends who put in all their heart and efforts to craft his wheels of fortune and glory - The Hawaa Hawaai. Gupte's approach is piercingly intimate;bolstered with a profound background score, the camera caresses each of the character's expressions with extreme fondness while depicting their day-to-day chores and some interesting vignettes.It does get preachy at times with an attempt to make the film socially uplifting when it portrays the natural economic inequality between the kids of different strata. Even you would notice that it tries hard to tag you with its melodramatic elements- like the back-story of the protagonist's dead father ,a cotton farmer(Makrand Deshpande) or the mother-son relationship.And it does evoke tear in our eyes.Morever, what kept me invested was the camaraderie between Arjun and his four closest friends - Gochi,a garage mechanic (Ashfaque Khan), Bhura,a flower seller (Salman Khan), Abdul - worker in zari workshop(Maaman Memon), and Murugan, a rag-picker (Thirupathi Kushnapelli).They are the picks from Gupte's theater workshop.The band of boys spell magic with their sheer effortless performances. Yet, its Partho who steals your heart with an admirable performance.An underprivileged guy with an unflinching determination to win against all odds and hardships,he unleashes his nuke potential with great ease.Saqeeb Salim , who impressed us in his last outing Bombay Talkies, is in terrific form this time.As Lucky 'Sir',his spirited act imbues the skating coach-figure with flesh, blood and bite. A well narrated and emphatically told story,Hawaai Hawaai deserves an ovation.Amol Gupte crafts a heartwarming,tear-evoking masterpiece on the triumph of human aspirations and dreams.Do give it a try ! Rating : 3.5/5