Hawan: Divine Beginning
The calm smile , the soothing eyes and and the aura around him makes Baapji the Godly saint that he is . He is a person who believes in goodness in human and somehow connects with his devotees through his mind and heart. The story in Hawan so far has shown Baapji as a supreme power who with his touch can turn bad to good. Baapji with his subtle sayings has managed to win the hearts of people and restore the faith in humanity..Presently he is on a mission to get his son Atharva (played by Kunal Verma) and his devotee Aastha (played by Shrenu Parikh) to bond in holy matrimony . The beauty with which he did has left me spell bound. When Atharva’s pranks and jokes hurt Aastha , it is Baapji who with his soothing vaani tells Chaturvedi ji that a beautiful relationship has begun to blossom. When you think that things cant be improved and have been messed up beyond repair , it is then , that faith plays an important role.
The ease with which Atharva tells Aastha the truth about himself completely left me wanting for more. The scenes further between the leads have been so well enacted that it reminded me of movie “Vivaah “.The innocent beginning of love between Atharva and Aastha is all similar to Prem and Poonam’s in Vivah . Atharva telling Aastha to put mehendi on her palm in case she misses him, and further giving her a mobile so that can talk to each other whenever they want too shows how deeply Atharva has fallen in love with Aastha. Aastha on the other hand with her coyness and innocence reciprocates each look, each touch with warmth and love.
The waiting period between the leads or rather the courtship as we can safely say has now started . One must applaud Rajan Shahi for beautifully weaving in the fresh love story between Atharva and Aastha with Baapji supporting them. The way he has intermingled new relationship with divine beauty leaves you craving for more.The enchanting and mesmerizing background score only makes it better.
Looking forward to a lovely beginning between Atharva, Aastha and Baapji .