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This story explores love - the shapes it takes, the ways it changes us and the exhilarating and often terrifying ride it takes us on. It is the journey of two characters, Alizeh and Ayan, as they navigate life, love and heartbreak.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
A truly honest police officer is transferred to a town controlled by a gangster he has humiliated. The gangster believes he can use good power to bring down this officer who made him look foolish and weak.
Shivaay is a well-known mountain climber/guide in Himalayas. On one of his adventure he meets Olga and both fall in love. Soon they discover that Olga is pregnant but she doesn't want the child. But Shivaay convinces her to give birth to the baby, Olga leaves the country after giving birth to his baby without even seeing her. 9 years later Shivaay's daughter Gaura finds that her mother is still alive and lives in Bulgaria. Gaura hates Shivaay for hiding the truth about her mother and insists on meeting her. Shivaay and Gaura travel to Bulgaria to meet Olga. They try to find Olga but she doesn't live at the same address anymore. While trying to find Olga with the help of Indian embassy Gaura gets kidnapped by a child trafficking group and Shivaay is left helpless as the Bulgarian police frame him of being child trafficker because Gaura doesn't look like Shivaay at all.Written by
Shivaay is an upcoming Hindi film directed and produced by Ajay Devgn. It features Ajay Devgn and Sayesha Saigal in the lead roles. Mithoon composes the film score and soundtrack. The first look was released on 14 May 2015. The film is scheduled for a worldwide release on 28 October 2016. See more »
During the interval fight scene, the siren light on the left side of the police van comes down but later it is shown to be there alright. See more »
Shivaay is devoid of any rank, Colonel sir. Two types of people come to these mountains. One: Who are in search of themselves, and two: Who are in search of HIM. I'm happy by guiding these people. Whenever you'll need help, I'll keep helping.
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The title card of the film appears with the mountains in the background. See more »
Hollywood style action. What's Good: Just like the trailer, the locations and cinematography of Shivaay are completely breathtaking.
What's Bad: The plot being inspired from Taken, a lengthy run-time and an epic fail at making any emotional connect.
Loo Break: Needed most in the stretched climax & Ajay-Erika's awkward love-making scene!
Watch or Not?: Shivaay is an action drama that immense action but zero emotion. Strictly for Ajay Devgn fans because sitting through it for 2 hrs 40 min may be difficult for others. Shivaay is an Ajay Devgn show all the way. He is literally there in every frame of the film. Although, he rarely gets a chance to show off his acting chops in the midst of all the action. While he seems better in the second half, his act in the love story seems a little childish.
Erika Kaar could have rather spoken in English than the awkward Hindi that we are subjected to.
Sayyesha's role is too small and I'm not sure if Shivaay is the best choice for her debut. She does not get noticed in this role.
Abigail Eames does a good job at emoting stuff since her character is speech impaired.
Girish Karnad and Vir Das are extremely unnecessary characters in the film.
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