Amole Gupte directed Hawaa Hawaai, a 2014 Indian sports drama film. Partho Gupte and Saqib Saleem star in the film. Fox Star Studios is in charge of the film’s production. In the film, Saleem plays a roller-skating coach.
Gupte also wrote and sang one of the film’s songs. Hitesh Sonik penned the rest of the tunes. The cameraman was Amol Gole, a long-time associate of Gupte. The film was released in theatres on May 9, 2014, to positive reviews.
Arjun Harishchand Waghmare (Partho Gupte) and his desire to skate are at the center of the story. The film follows Arjun’s path to becoming a great skater and his coach, Aniket Bhargava (Saqib Saleem).
Arjun and his family relocate to Mumbai after his father’s death. Arjun begins working at a tea stall, where he notices a group of children arriving late at night for Lucky (Aniket) Sir. He notices the children skating and is drawn to the sport. His four friends create a pair of skates out of garbage and call them Hawaa Hawaai because the skates are too pricey for him.
Arjun impresses Aniket, so he decides to teach him to skate. Arjun proves to be a gifted skater, and Aniket decides to enter him in the district-level competition. Arjun goes missing the day of the race. Aniket discovers that he is ill and rushes him to the hospital, where he learns that Arjun has hepatitis. Arjun is cured, and Aniket learns about the poor child’s struggles with sufficient nutrition, sleep, and a constant workload.
Arjun and his buddies have huge hearts, and he recognizes they need to be educated. He makes an effort to assist them. All of Arjun’s classmates come to see him and provide him with nutritious supplements. Aniket decides to enter Arjun in a state-level skating competition and registers him in his hometown (Yavatmal district). Arjun wins the race after remembering his father. The film concludes with Arjun and his buddies being accepted into a school and a newspaper piece on Arjun being published.
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