Verdict: Film Critics have given Positive Reviews to Kadvi Hawa Movie Starring Sanjay Mishra, Ranvir Shorey, Tillotama Shome, Bhupesh Singh, Ekta Sawant.
Kadvi Hawa Reviews
Ratings: 6.46/10

Score: 73%
Reviews Counted: 26
: 19 | : 7

Read Bollywood Hindi Kadvi Hawa Movie Reviews.
Director: Nila Madhab Panda
Producer: Manish Mundra, Akshay Kumar Parija, Nila Madhab Panda
Writer: Nitin Dixit
Genre: Drama, Black Comedy
Release Date: 24 November 2017

Sweta Kaushal | Hindustan Times: 4/5 | 8/10
This haunting tale of farmer suicides will give you goosebumps. Darkly humorous and searing, Kadvi Hawa is a film that will stay with you ... Full Review

Reza Noorani | Times of India: 3/5 | 6/10
With powerful dialogues by Nitin Dixit and achingly beautiful lyrics by Mukta Bhatt, the film is an engrossing watch. For a serious film on global warming, Kadvi Hawa is non-preachy and entirely watchable ... Full Review

News18: - | 7/10
The best part of the film perhaps is that it doesn’t intend to answer or preach on the difference between right and wrong but instead leaves you with plenty to think about. Unsettling but rightly so ... Full Review

Shubra Gupta | The Indian Express: 2.5/5 | 5/10
You also wish the film was tighter. Feels like a stretch even at 100 minutes ... Full Review

Saibal Chatterjee | NDTV: 3.5/5 | 7/10
Owing to the clarity of the vision that powers the film, Kadvi Hawa hits home with the force of a gale ... Full Review

Umesh Punwani | Koimoi: 3.5/5 | 7/10
Kadvi Hawa or the dark wind is from those movies you don’t watch to entertain yourself. Stay away if you’re watching this as your usual movie but watch it for sure if you want to be aware what’s really happening around ... Full Review

India Today: - | 5/10
Despite a running time of 95 minutes, Kadvi Hawa still feels a laboured watch. Nitin Dixit’s screenplay trudges along, not digging deep into what has created the harsh landscape that has made the farmer woes from bad to worse ... Full Review

Namrata Joshi | The Hindu: - | 5/10
Kadvi Hawa is essentially a short story on screen with a proverbial twist in the tale. Panda, however, plays it too slow for its own good — long sequences, seemingly static scene ... Full Review

Rediff: 4/5 | 8/10
Kadvi Hawa is intended to be a wake-up call, but look closely and it is also a chant ... Full Review

Live Mint: - | 7/10
Panda does not preach or offer solutions. Juxtaposing two characters, two different geographies, communities and lives affected by changing winds and global warming, he simply asks us to face a bitter truth before its impact is irreversible ... Full Review

Nandini Ramnath | Scroll: - | 4/10
The story is too sketchy even for its 99-minute running time. Hedu's blindness is a clumsy attempt to evoke sympathy for his plight and an on-the-nose metaphor for his ability to divine what others cannot ... Full Review

Deccan Chronicle: 3/5 | 6/10
Still the vital definitive crux is marked with slightly long-drawn-out juxtapositions that could debilitate the overall emotional impact of the film ... Full Review

Mayank Shekhar | Mid-Day: 3/5 | 6/10
But beyond the obvious sell that combines well with original intent, this is, on the face of it, a uniformly dark, grim, thoroughly meditative film on farmers' suicides--effectively arguing that rural debt is as much an economic problem, as an environmental one ... Full Review

Book My Show: - | 8/10
An Unpainted Portrayal of The Bitter Reality. Sanjay Mishra and Ranvir Shorey give one of their best performances ever ... Full Review

IANS | Sify: 3/5 | 6/10
One of the most thought-provoking and exhausting and yet finally exceedingly rewarding film ... Full Review

Cinestaan: 3/4 | 8/10
Director Nila Madhab Panda's bitter draught is sad but solemn, and true ... Full Review

Murtaza Ali Khan | A Potpourri of Vestiges: 4/5 | 8/10
While Kadvi Hawa may not fit into the conventional definition of cinematic entertainment, it is certainly everything that good cinema is expected to be. It is raw, evocative, poignant, and thought-provoking. Kadvi Hawa is a film that needs to be watched ... Full Review

India TV: 3.5/5 | 7/10
An afflicting tale of farmer suicide and climate change you can never unsee ... Full Review

Financial Express: 3/5 | 6/10
The film is good in parts but could have been much better with a tighter and fast-paced narration. But overall it is worth watching as the content is top grade and the topic hot. And yes, the atkeaway is massive ... Full Review

Open Magazine: - | 7/10
The movie is a portrait of rural India that not many of us would want to see. But it is an important film that brings you face to face with unpalatable truth ... Full Review

The Wire: - | 4/10
'Kadvi Hawa' Tries Hard, But Fails Its Cause. The director is so taken by art-house aesthetics – long scenes shot in single takes, uninterrupted stretches of silence – that they seem indulgent, reducing the movie’s emotional heft ... Full Review

The Quint: 3.5/5 | 7/10
Kadvi Hawa Tackles Climate Change With Chilling Efficiency, is an unvarnished tale about how climate change has an irreversible impact on our lives ... Full Review

Bollywood Bubble: 3.5/5 | 7/10
On a parting note, there are too many questions and no answers that will trickle your minds as you exit the cinema halls. A deeply earnest effort from the makers which deserves your time and attention ... Full Review

Spotboye: 2.5/5 | 5.5/10
Sanjay Mishra and Ranvir Shorey are in top form in this well-intended but lukewarm take on climate change ... Full Review

Lens Men Reviews: 4/5 | 8/10
Kadvi Hawa talks about a reality which some people try to brush aside by calling as an illusion. It's a well made film and it is not at all like a documentary ... Full Review

Wogma: - | 5.5/10
A quiet film that aims to simmer uneasiness within. But, alternating between showing life in a village and telling a story, Kadvi Hawa manages to pace itself too unevenly to create impact ... Full Review