More inspiring dreamer videos from HAWAA HAWAAI

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Posted on May 18th, 2014 in Movies, News, Videos

The next videos in the exclusive series of Dreamer Videos of the recently launched film Hawaa Hawaai have been released. The videos present two eminent personalities – Sushil Kumar, Indian World Champion Wrestler and versatile actor Boman Irani talk about their struggle and accomplishments.

The World Champion Sushil Kumar talks about his journey, “I feel happy about the fact that I have struggled and achieved something in life. It was my childhood dream to win an Olympic medal. When I won the medal in 2008, I was glad to receive accolades from the people of my country.” He is the first Indian to win back to back individual Olympic medals. He also added, “One can fulfil their dreams if they truly believe in it and strive to accomplish their goals.”

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Boman Irani, Indian Film and Theatre actor speaks about his dream, “I was a shopkeeper and I used to sit in a little store selling chips. My dream was to travel abroad once in my life and today now I have 7 passports with me. It is good to have unfulfilled dreams because it keeps you going. It keeps the traveller within you alive.”

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Hawaa Hawaai is a story of the triumph of the human spirit; friendship and enjoying the journey of making one’s dream come true.

Arjun moves to the big city along with his mother and little sister. Out there he discovers a hidden world of in-line skating through coach Lucky, who mentors kids to become skating champions. While Arjun starts nursing the dream to learn skating under Lucky, his four friends get together to make this dream come true for him. In this endearing story of hope and aspirations, will Arjun’s dreams take flight? The film stars Partho Gupte and Saqib Saleem. Presented by Fox Star Studios and written, produced and directed by Amole Gupte, the film released on 9th May, 2014.

 

Kuch Toh Bolo!

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