Kadvi Hawa Review & Rating|
‘Kadvi Hawa’ is a film directed by National Award winning director Nila Madhab Panda starring Sanjay Mishra and Ranvir Shorey in the lead roles. The film tells the story of a blind farmer named Hedu (Sanjay Mishra) and a recovery agent (Ranvir Shorey) in a drought-ridden area where farmers don’t have enough water to farm. The film is a social commentary about the consequences of global warming.
Sanjay Mishra gives his best performance which can be compared to his performance in ‘Aankhon Dekhi’. He walks around shirtless in just a dhoti and plays a blind farmer who touches the audience emotionally. Ranvir Shorey also matches up to Sanjay’s performance and even though he plays the antagonist, the audience connects with him and understands his reasons.
The director Nila Madhab Panda has already directed critically acclaimed films like ‘I Am Kalam’ and he gives another deep film with a social message. This film talks about global warming and its effects on Indian farmers. The story is tight but stretched a little bit and could have worked better with some editing, but the actors save the film.
Verdict: 'Kadvi Hawa' is not for the audience that loves the masala entertainers. It is an important film that raises serious issues through powerful performances. The audience will be forced to think about the problems that the farmers are going through, this film is definitely worth a watch.
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Kadwi Hawa has been watched and I must say it is one of those films which touches your heart without being over melodramatic. The performances, the novel subject director chose, the meaningful dialogues, everything related to the film will impress the audience for sure.
Sanjay Mishra who is known his performances once again impresses as a blind farmer and he takes the movie to next level with his career-best performance. Ranvir Shorey impresses as the bad guy and the director Nila Madhab Panda deserves a round of applause for coming up with a social problem which is overlooked by the government and public. Finally, Kadvi Hawa is a film which has his heart at the right place, Go for it.
The reason to watch Kadvi Hawa was Sanjay Mishra, Ranvir Shorey and director Nila Madhav Panda. Sanjay Mishra lives the role and makes us believe his character, the same with Ranvir. Sanjay Mishra took us back to his ‘Ankhon Dekhi’ and ‘Saare Jahan Se Mehenga’ films which were very realistic. Director Nila Madhav should be applauded for raking up the issue of what Indian farmers go thru during a famine. Sadly, these films die a natural death and end up getting awards at festivals. Watch it for Sanjay Mishra’s brilliant performance.
Kadvi Hawa is one of the best-made films of the year with amazing performances by Sanjay Mishra and Ranvir Shorey. The film really makes you think about all the problems caused by global warming and climate change. The locations and sets are as realistic as it can get and the supporting actors too are cast perfectly. The director has already been critically acclaimed for films like I am Kalam and Babloo Happy Hai and this film is another masterpiece by him.
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What is it about?
Kadvi Hawa is a realistic film about a blind farmer named Hedu (Sanjay Mishra) living in the village of Mahua. Hedu’s son Mukund (Bhupesh Singh) is in deep debt and is in depression, and Hedu is scared that Mukund might take his own life. Hedu goes to the bank to get rid his son's loan forgiven and meets a recovery agent named Gunu Baba (Ranvir Shorey) and makes a deal with him where Hedu has to inform Gunu whenever a debt-ridden farmer comes across any money. Things take a turn when Hedu starts feeling guilty about this, which forms the crux of the story.
What to expect?
- Powerful Performances
The film is packed with award-winning performers like Sanjay Mishra and Ranveer Shorey who are known to get into any role given to them and have always elevated a film with their skills.
- Social Message
The film gives out a social message about climate change and global warming and how it affects the farmers of India.
- Award Winning Direction
Nila Madhab Panda has previously made films like ‘I Am Kalam’, ‘Jalpari’ and ‘Babloo Happy Hai’ which have all been internationally acclaimed and won many awards at film festivals, and the same can be expected from his new film ‘Kadvi Hawa”.