Shivaay meets global Action standards, says Ajay Devgan

 

After much anticipation Ajay Devgan launched trailer of his dream project “Shivaay” and it went viral on Internet within a span of few hours for its Hollywood standard action.

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Ajay Devgan said he wanted to make a movie which would meet global standards. Through his upcoming film ‘Shivaay’, he tried to raise the bar of Indian cinema though with no intentions to compete with Hollywood.

Shivaay is the Indian action adventure film that features Ajay Devgan in the lead role. The Action Jackson hero will be seen doing adventurous stunts shot in India and Bulgaria for the movie.

The trailer of Shivaay has some breathtaking action sequences with promising entertainment. Ajay Devgan emerges as the main force in the entire trailer. His narration towards praising Lord Shiva and his expressions to it seems to match step by step.

Ajay Devgan fulfilled every frame with his intense acting talent. His monologue about Shiva has spread into almost every frame of the trailer. The usage of references to Shiva while exploring his different aspects is interesting and raising curiosity.

The trailer created a curiosity among its viewers on how the movie connects the different layers of Lord Shiva to that of an innocent Himalayan mountaineer Shivaay.

Every scene seems to come alive on screen with protagonist saying in deep baritone that “There is no beginning and no end. He is indivisible, equally to all. He is nothing yet everything. Shiva is in all of us, omnipresent”.

The trailer doesn’t give away much but seems to be a story of an innocent Himalayan mountaineer on how he transforms into an evil destroyer to protect his family.

Shivaay is Ajay Devgan’s second directorial venture after U ME Aur Hum. Sayesha Saigal acting as a female lead and making her Bollywood debut with this flick.

She is the grand niece of Saira Banu and made her film entry as an actress with the Telugu movie “Akhil”.

Shivaay will hit worldwide screens on October 28th this year celebrating Diwali.  

 



Sathish Purumani

I love creativity, and explore new things around me. Ever since I watched my first Hollywood 'Titanic' movie on TV, I became instant fan of films. If I am not writing means I am watching some movie.


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