Wednesday, 16 July 2014

Hawaa Hawaai

Pagi Ramadhan...

Tadi tak tidur lepas subuh, rasa tertarik nak tengok cerita "Hawaa Hawaai" atau maksud cerita die "Roda Terbang". Layan la cite smpai nanges sorang sorang sebab kagum sangat dengan semangat budak lelaki yang sgt susah tp berimpian nak pegang Pingat Emas dan jadi Juara Pelumba Kasut Roda.
Senang cerita: perjalanan die sangat sukar. tapi die tetap berusaha dan yakin yang die pasti berjaya suatu hari nanti. Tapi di sebalik kejayaan, ada semangat ada "big supporter" di belakang iaitu mendiang ayahnya, ibunya, 4 rakan karibnya dan cikgunya.


Kasut roda bernila RS 30,000 tak mampu dimiliki tapi kepandaian kawan2 nya mereka mencari bahan bahan terbuang sehingga terciptalah "Hawaa Hawaai" buatan sendiri iaitu Roda Terbang.

Minat yang begitu tinggi, die perhatikan dalam diam "cikgu kasut roda" ajar anak2 didik mereka sehingga Arjun dapat bermain dengan baek sehingga satu tahap dapat peluang bermain dan berlatih dengan cikgu sehingga die dapat mewakili daerah untuk Pertanding Lumba Kasut Roda". Die menang!!

Baca sinopsis die kat bawah ye:

If the 2011 release Stanley Ka Dabba filmmaker Amole Gupte struck a chord with you then, you will be impressed with Hawaa Hawaai too. Having mastered the art of working with kids, Gupte once again has his son playing the lead.

Hawaa Hawaai is the story of Arjun Waghmare (Partho Gupte) who works at a tea stall where peak hours are in the latter half of the day. This is when the rich city kids learn skating in the parking lot once it's empty. Aniket (Sakib Salim) is the coach who is temporarily on a wheel chair following an accident but that doesn't stop him from doing what he loves, teaching skating. The first time Arjun (who is popularly known as Raju) sees roller skates, he turns starry eyed and he wishes to have a pair too. And once he sees the kids speeding on the wheels in the ring, he can't get his eyes off them.

Raju has a group of friends who catch up at a nearby signal, one sells flowers at the signal and the other one works at a garage. Seeing their plight, it does hit you how unfair life can be to some children. At an age where they should be going to school, they are working hard to earn their next meal. When asked why they don't go to school, one of them says, "If we go to school what will we eat? Books??"

The roller skates cost about thirty thousand rupees but friends put in their minds and their hearts together to help Raju and make their own version of skates with some scrap material at the garage. One night while Aniket is teaching the kids at the parking lot, Raju makes a filmi entry in the ring with his skates and a gear that's quite different from what others are wearing. Now Aniket's mission is to make the tea-stall boy a skating champion.

No doubt that the heart of the film is in the right place, it shows us a world which is so close to all of us and most of the times we choose to ignore and behave as if it doesn't exist just because it doesn't affect us directly. The film has its moments that will move you to tears. At a running time of two hours Hawaa Hawaai is bit too long and has some unnecessary scenes which could have been chopped off to make it slick and effective.

The hero of the film is the child actor Partho Gupte who delivers a wonderful performance. Saqib Salim is good too but the film belongs to the child actors.
It's a film that will touch your heart but it could have been much better had the focus been just the story. Looks like the emphasis is sometimes only on making you feel bad for the subject which should come naturally and not be so in-your-face.

Seriously korang mesti tengok cite ni. Memang menyentuh hati dan perasaan. Kita boleh belajar erti sabar, erti susah, yakin, usaha untuk berjaya! :)





Read more at: http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/hawaa-hawaai-movie-review-amole-gupte-partho-saqib-saleem/1/359768.htmlThe roller skates cost about thirty thousand rupees but friends put in their minds and their hearts together to help Raju and make their own version of skates with some scrap material at the garage. One night while Aniket is teaching the kids at the parking lot, Raju makes a filmi entry in the ring with his skates and a gear that's quite different from what others are wearing. Now Aniket's mission is to make the tea-stall boy a skating champion.

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