Hawaizaada states to be the history of Shivkar Talpade, a Maharasthrian researcher from the 1860s, who theoretically built the world’s first unmanned airplane, almost a 10 years prior to the Wright bros. The film need to have been known as ‘Hawe me zyada’, due to the fact it takes a lot of artistic liberties to dole out a totally imaginary story using a true human being. That is still allowable, because traditional movies rarely abide by information in a wager to develop the story more engaging. What isn’t appropriate is that Hawaizaada is the extremely dull movie we’ve seen in modern times.

Hawaizaada 2015 The movie of Ayushman Khurana Review

Ratings:2/5 Review By:  Saibal Chaterjee Site:NDTV

A well-intentioned but stodgy cinematic fleshing out of an obscure footnote in aviation history, Hawaizaada takes eons to climb to cruising altitude. When it does get there with excessive load weighing it down, it is pretty much on a wing and a prayer. Sadly, he does not back up the surface gloss with the kind of dramatic traction and logic that can hold a two-and-a-half-hour-long film together.

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Ratings:1.5/5 Review By:  Kusumita Das Site:Deccan Chronicle

Hindi cinema feeds us enough fiction for us to expect a completely true story told with hundred per cent accuracy. So the factual question marks are not entirely what we fault ‘Hawaizaada’ for. True or not, it was a good subject that the director had his hands on. But sadly, ‘Hawaizaada’ limps a bit too much to even come close to convincingly recreate the life of a man who dreamt to be the first one to fly.

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Ratings:– Review By:  Mihir Fadnavis Site:FirstPost

The awkward tone of the movie makes you wonder whom it was made for. There’s too much romance and too little adventure for children, and it’s too foolish for adults. Puri attempts to infuse Hawaizaada with a child-like sense of wonder. Regrettably he manages to render a film that is childish.

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Ratings:2/5 Review By:  Manjusha Radhakrishnan Site:Gulfnews

Hawaizaada is an ambitious attempt to chronicle the life of the maverick Indian scientist Shivkar Talpade who claims to have invented an airplane before the Wright Brothers. The film oscillates between showcasing Talpade’s blinding love and his mad ingenuity. What’s also jarring are the elaborate sets that have been constructed to transport us to the 19th century era. All of this makes it difficult to take Hawaizaada seriously as a liberally-altered biopic. The premise was promising, but the film never soars dramatically.

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Ratings:1.5/5 Review By:  Bollywood Hungama Site:Bollywood Hungama

 The film barely touches upon anything that’s got to do with the story pertaining to the first manmade Indian flight and is far away from reality. It is instead loaded with melodrama. At the end of the film, one really feels sorry for the film’s producer because the over-expense was just not needed! On the whole, HAWAIZAADA is all gloss no substance. Skip it.

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