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Kadvi Hawa movie review


Incredible performances of the stark reality which we pretend of not knowing

Cast: Sanjay Mishra, Ranvir Shorey, Tillotama Shome, Bhupesh Singh, Ekta Sawant
Director: Nila Madhab Panda
Genre – Drama
Run Time – 1 hour 35 minutes
Rating: 3.5 Stars
The story is all about a village affected by climate change and that gets scanty rainfall, which makes a blind farmer strikes a deal with the debt recovery agent for saving his son from a debt trap.So, will he be able to do so is an interesting thing to catch in the film.

The makers have given an authentic film with one of the starkest story to catch. The movie not only deals with the issue of climate change and the way the farmers are getting affected but the way they are being under the debt is worth catching up here. However, watching a film showcasing the drought kind of situation and a man struggling too hard to see his survival amidst the multiplex air conditioners, the irony is evident. Will the audience amidst all luxury really would swallow these facts and dressing reality is a big question to catch.

Now talking about the performances, Sanjay Mishra has reached to his life wherein he really need no validation for the things he does. Playing a blind character the actor is seen acing his character. On the other hand, Ranvir Shorey excels playing a frustrated loan recovery officer. His role with helplessness has been best emoted with his signature inventiveness. On the other side, Bhupesh doesn’t have much to do, yet he did a good job in couple of scenes. The direction part of the movie is excellent he should be given full marks for his film making skills. The film has just one song, which will certainly going to tears your soul with its chilling lyrics jotted down by Mukta Bhatt and music by Santosh Jagdale.

Kadvi Hawa The Last Word
The film Kadvi Hawa or the dark wind is not everybody’s film as it has no spice to entertain the audience but to introduce you to the reality which many of us in our urban life fail to know. It is certainly not a usual movie but a stark reality which you want to be aware what’s really happening around.

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