By Tulsi, Bollywood.com News Network
Hawaa Hawaai is a story on a young chai-wala boy who is a dreamer and dreams to become a skating champion, and a trainer, a true believer who feels he can turn the boy into a skating champion, something that seems impossible. The film is directed by Amole Gupte, who has seen his dramatic success as a creative director for Taare Zameen Par and director for Stanley Ka Dabba. The film stars the young talent Partho Gupte as the chai-wala boy and Saqib Saleem as the trainer. The film released on 9th May, 2014. The music album is a short one with only 5 songs, all focusing on achieving dreams.
The title track, sung by Swaroop Khan, is about a dreamer who wishes to touch the sky and his taken his leap. The song has good beats, it’s sung well, the guitar strings are great, but yet there is something missing. It is boring and doesn’t do what it’s supposed to: Motivate.
Sung by the usually enthusiastic Sunidhi Chauhan, this song is missing this very element. A song that is too low on energy and doesn’t inspire like it’s supposed to. The song and its video have a pop/hiphop feel, with kids on the floor, but sadly it is not as cute as one would think it would turn out to be.
Sapno Ko Ginte Ginte
Hitesh Sonik has sung this melancholy song, which is really not that great. The track fails to touch and appeal.
Sar Utha Ke
A very nice song and something inspiring, finally! Sung very well by Javed Ali, this song has superb music, and is motivating as well as moving. The song has a feel-good factor.
Choolhe Ke Angaarey
Very intense and depressing, the song describes the life of the poor, or in fact, the life of many such journeys of people who dream of achieving something, who want something badly, and the things they go through.
The music album is not as powerful enough as the movie demands. It is nothing close to music albums of other inspiring movies.