Entertainment Gallery Kadvi Hawa: Five reasons to watch Sanjai Mishra and Ranvir Shorey film Kadvi Hawa starring Sanjai Mishra, Ranvir Shorey and Tillotama Shome won a Special Jury Award / Special Mention (Feature Film) at the National Awards this year. The film releases on November 24. 2017 has been a year of content driven films at the box office. While we saw big budget movies with megastars falling flat, those with simple yet hard hitting plots or a slice-of-life drama connected in a better way with the audience. This weekend's release Kadvi Hawa is one such film which might not boast of a big star cast, but its trailer has already hinted that the movie which is based on true stories. This might just help it become yet another sleeper hit. Here are five reasons why you should watch Kadvi Hawa this weekend: True stories Kadvi Hawa is touted as India’s first film on climate change. It is based on true stories from drought stricken Bundelkhand region and the vanishing villages from coastal belt of Odisha and Chambal region of Rajasthan. The film aims at creating awareness on the impact of climate change in the ignored regions of the world. Cast The film narrates the story of a visually impaired old man and a young bank loan recovery agent, played by actors Sanjai Mishra and Ranvir Shorey, respectively. The film also stars Tillotama Shome, Bhupesh Singh and Ekta Sawant. With such strong performers being part of the project, it surely becomes a must watch for all those who prefer content driven films over masala entertainers. National Award-winning film Kadvi Hawa got a Special Jury Award / Special Mention (Feature Film) at the National Awards in April this year. It was chosen out of eight films which were in the running for the Best Odia Film category at the big awards. Eight years in scripting Kadvi Hawa has been written and directed by Nila Madhab Panda who worked on the film's script for 8-9 years. This means it has been carefully scripted and fine tuned to highlight the issue at its core. Padmavati The film was never meant to clash with the Sanjay Leela Bhansali magnum opus. But owing to the massive controversies hogging Padmavati, leaving it getting postponed indefinitely, Kadvi Hawa, which is arriving a week ahead of Padmavati's original release date, is in a good place. The vacuum at the box office on December 1 will give a better gap to this Sanjai Mishra film to mint some more money.