Khwaab is a story about the birth of a dream, of ambition and the fierce passion to achieve that dream amidst unceasing tribulations. This intense personal journey is set in the larger, bureaucratic world of Indian sports. It illustrates why a country with a population of 1.2 billion people cannot produce medal-winning athletes. How sheer, raw talent gets wasted or destroyed by corrupt politicians and power hungry bureaucrats. Khwaab is the story of one such athlete and her struggle to succeed in the cut-throat, debauched and mired world of Indian sports.Wikipedia
It’s tough to make a true-blue sports film, minus song and dance and melodrama, in Bollywood. This one has tried.
All in all, the movie fails to impress and barely even manages to make it to the 'average' slot.
Despite its imperfections, it's a small movie with a big heart, one that we must all applaud and endorse. Go on, make a difference!
Navdip Singh does justice to his role and his character development from a village simpleton who does not realize his potential to a winning athlete is worth a shot. The couple’s little romantic exchanges and muffled speeches while trying to talk to each other do not fail to touch hearts.