Although reviews say that the movie is painfully slow, we should appreciate the fact that the director dared to pick up a subject one would dread to even touch.
However, the daring script alone doesn't make a movie a blockbuster. Ayushmann's debut movie Vicky Donor had a daring script which worked wonders but Hawaizaada which has equally a daring script fails to impress the audience as much as the hype it created.
Ayushmann and Mithun have given wonderful performances. Ayushmann as a young scientist and dreamer charms you with the curly hair looks and his courage to convert a dream to reality.
Cinematographer has done an awesome work with his camera. The details and diligence in showing the Bombay of 1895 is quite amazing in itself. The story which shows the nationalism, power of imagination, courage to turn a dream into reality is good.
What fails to impress the audience is the lousy editing, abrupt end and the music which fails to stand out.
Ayushmann Khurrana has evolved as an actor. Mithun Chakraborty gets into the skin of his character Talpade. Pallavi Sharda is charming and beautiful, a fresh face to be looked at.
Check the Twitter response of the movie Hawaizaada...
Ayush Ke Hawaizaade!
#Hawaizaada encourages you to dream and believe in them too. @purivibhu's dream child is here to stay.
#Hawaizaada story of unsung hero #ShivkarTalpade credited to have constructed India's first unmanned aeroplane is slow but informative
#Hawaizaada is the most self-indulgent first film ever. Director Vibhu Puri makes Bejoy Nambiar seem restrained.
So far ideas have shaped the course of history. #Hawaizaada What a musical story of love & invention. So far so good :)
#Hawaizaada has been given a U-certificate. And we have a cute tie up with pogo! Kids may love it!
Wishing the sweetest @ayushmannk and @pallavisharda all the best for #Hawaizaada Soaring success bro
157 min of being lost in SanjayLeelaBhansali's warehouse of 'art things'