Ajay Devgn has proved that a person doesn’t need to have ‘Khan’ or ‘Kapoor’ after his first name in order to establish himself as a successful Bollywood actor. Viewers have finally realized the worth of this peculiar actor and his extraordinary acting skills. That’s why Ajay Devgn’s movies have entered into the majestic 100 crore club. His upcoming movie, Shivaay, is one of the most awaited movies of 2016. Its trailer has already crossed 20 million views and generated positive reviews all around the world. But how is Shivaay different from Ajay Devgn’s other movies? Well, we are here to answer that query of yours.
The trailer has shown Ajay Devgn climbing the snow-cladded Mountains. We couldn’t take our eyes off the trailer. The visuals are going to be epic, and the frames will be breath-taking. Some parts of the movie have been shot in Bulgaria and Mussoorie. Both of these places have not been fully explored by Bollywood yet. The views and landscapes are going to be gorgeous. Even though we have not watched the movie yet, we are sure that we are going to fall in love with the locations. That’s one of the biggest reasons to watch Shivaay.
Ajay Devgn’s Different Avatar
Can we all just agree with the fact that Ajay Devgn is looking badass in the movie? His tattoo, half-opened eyes and muscles are giving him the kind of look which is not only idiosyncratic, but marvellous too. It’s like the role was specially made for Ajay Devgn. He has brought a rare kind of charisma on the screen which captivates you senses. Ajay Devgn’s fans are surely going to love him in this movie, as he dares to step out of his ‘Rohit-Shetty’ zone and try something entirely unconventional.
While watching the trailer, the first thing that popped up in our mind was “so Hollywood-like”. Yes. Bollywood has finally started producing movies that are at par with Hollywood in terms of visuals. The action scenes seem to be directed amazingly. Different angles have captured each frame so nicely that we just want to step into the movie and experience everything first-hand. There’s finally a movie to boast about.
‘Bolo Har Har Har’ has got us grooving on its beat. Each and every line is dedicated to Lord Shiva, and we cannot stop listening to this song over and over again. Badshah has sung the rap in his raspy voice which adds more flavour to the song. There are also some soft melodies in the album. Our personal favourite is ‘Tere Naal Ishqa’ by Kailash Kher. It is a pleasure to hear his sufi voice in a Bollywood movie once again.