Shivaay movie features Ajay Devgn, Sayyeshaa Saigal, and Erika Kaar in the lead roles. Mithoon has composed the film’s score and soundtrack of the film Shivaay. British band The Vamps and composer Jasleen Royal are also a part of the music. Shivaay is scheduled to release on 28 October 2016 on the Diwali weekend.
Already the first look posters and promos have got some good response from the audiences. The film unit is surely making it a point that the film will go big at the box office. The shooting of the film Shivaay started in November 2014 and the major part of the movie shot in Mussoorie Bulgaria and Hyderabad. On 11 September 2016 the title track of Shivaay titled Bolo Har Har Har was released, which was sung by Mithoon, Mohit Chauhan, Sukhwinder Singh, Badshah, Megha Sriram Dalton, Anugrah and it has got a great response from all.
Ajay Devgan is seen as Shivaay in the film and he plays the title role. Sayesha Saigal is the female lead in the film. Erika Kaar is seen as Olga in the film. Abigail Eames is seen as Shivaay’s daughter in the film. Vir Das, Girish Karnad, Saurabh Shukla and Bijou Thaangjam are the part of film’s casting.
Shivaay is finally in the film theatres. To start with things first. On the off chance that you are an Ajay Devgn fan, you cant be accepting with us if we say out the verdict of the film. What’s more, in case you’re resolved to watch Shivaay any way at all, a sensible thing to do is convey the chillum along, a la Shiva. Take a couple puffs and you’re good to go. Without the puffs, it is difficult to survive Shivaay. The account of Shivaay has a larger number of wanders than the stream Nile. It begins off in the Himalayas, achieves a large portion of the world away in Bulgaria. While the area moves just a couple of thousand miles, occasions in the story are light years from any sense and rationale. The story set up was interesting but the execution is not nice.
Ajay Devgn tosses his part in the film. He acts well, tries to act out through his eyes. Erika, Sayyesha, Abigail all are fine in their characters. In any case, toward the day’s end, you are not very much fretted over the hero or moved by his situation that all you need to do is sleep. What’s more, the run time of the film is helpful for the general climate inside the theater. The run time is really very high that you had to bear it all and the patience literally tests you. The one perspective Shivaay wins in is the areas and the way they have been caught on camera. Both the Himalayas and Bulgaria are stunning.
Bolo Har is an oft-utilized track as a part of Shivaay. Darkhast is a hummable, charming number. The music as well, neglects to take Shivaay any place. Watch Shivaay on the off chance that you have no other work to do. Else watch a narrative on mountaineering. Alternately kid trafficking. On the other hand Bulgaria. On the other hand whatever you need to. But this film is not surely going to be an interesting one or an entertaining one.