Shivaay Movie Review: Finally, the much-hyped movie, Ajay Devgn’s Shivaay has released on Friday and it comes as a surprise to the audience since what we see in the movie falls short of what was expected from it.
Ajay Devgn is all that the movie features and while it’s good to see an unstoppable version of him, it gets boring until the end.
Shivaay Movie Review
The movie begins with the beats of music that give you goosebumps and Shivaay, the trekker is seen lying on the top of the mountain, unconscious. The visuals of the movie are a sight.
So, Shivaay while trekking is joined by other trekkers who are students from Delhi University, one of which is a Hindi speaking Bulgarian girl, Olga with whom Shivaay falls in love instantly.
The two have a daughter, however, Olga doesn’t stay back and leaves behind Gaura their daughter with Shivaay.
Now, Shivaay, to complete the wish of his Nine-year-old daughter Gaura to see her mother leaves for Bulgaria where a sad accident happens and Gaura get kidnapped by the child-traffickers. From here on, the movie takes a sharp turn that is quite like that in Liam Neeson’s Taken.
Now Shivaay turns into a furious father whose sole purpose of life is to save his daughter from the kidnappers.
The movie is unnecessarily stretched for 3 hours and the entire movie is all about Ajay Devgn and his plans to get his daughter back. At a point, one loses interest and just wants the story to cut to the chase(but that doesn’t happen).
While the visuals of the movie are worth watching, it becomes unbearable when it comes to the screenplay and the lengthy story.