There’s nothing about Amole Gupte’s Hawaa Hawaai that doesn’t look promising. From Partho’s conviction to Saqib’s passion, this film definitely makes space for itself in my must watch list.
Hawaa Hawaai Trailer… There’s nothing about Amole Gupte’s Hawaa Hawaai that doesn’t look promising. From Partho’s conviction to Saqib’s passion, this film definitely makes space for itself in my must watch list. Focusing on an interesting sport –inline skating, you will see how the protagonist dreams to fit his feet on those fast and furious skates, and just zoom though like a professional skater.
For some reason Amole always likes his movies to revolve around the feelings of ‘hope and motivation’. It’s as if he’s trying to convey in each one of his films that absolutely nothing is impossible, even an underprivileged kid can reach for the stars if he works towards his goals. Stanley Ka Dabba was a beautiful movie with a heart-wrenching ending. Hawaa Hawaai also looks like one of Amole’s delightful interpretations.
When I initially heard Saqib was playing the coach in the film, I wondered if he will fit the bill as he has always done these ‘young & peppy’ roles. But the trailer proves me wrong. The dude is as passionate as a coach should be. His eyes light up at the idea of training kids and helping them achieve their dreams.
Partho is a National Award winner. And when you see him perform, it looks like he’s smitten by this thing called ‘acting’. It will be a breath of fresh air to see a movie revolving around an unconventional sport like skating. The movie releases on May 9, and the trailer was recently launched by Sridevi. The makers said that there couldn’t be a better person to do the honours since the title of the film is inspired from Sridevi’s famous song Hawaa hawaai from Mr India.
I think it will be great fun to watch a student-coach relationship on screen. How the underdog of the slums goes out there and skates his way through all the obstacles blocking his way obstinately…now that’s something that’s going to inspire young impressionable minds and of course movie buffs like us too…