Shivaay is a film that comes under the ‘action thriller’ genre and it shows the story of one honest Himalayan range climber who is nothing but our Ajay Devgn, the hero, who turns into a cruel killer to secure his family. Actor Ajay Devgn is the writer of the story. Ajay Devgn has assumed the lead part in Shivaay and has given his vocation’s best execution, which is honor commendable. The movie has a great screenplay, that manages the viewers connected with and interested throughout the movie.
The screenplay narration is tight, and does not go amiss from the plot by any means; not just that, there is no endeavour at any side play, sub-plots and so on of any sort. Each scene conveys the story forward and is significant to the development of the plot somehow; including the melodies. That took some doing in a film of this kind. The story continues at an unfathomably excited pace; to such an extent, that so as to monitor the amazingly fast movement of occasions, one is compelled to stay stuck to the seat, not notwithstanding having the capacity to leave for a break – and that is one mind blowing accomplishment, any which way you take a gander at it.
The music bolsters the story and the plot, and in addition the general film; frequenting tunes and tunes, all around choreographed melody arrangements and a nice pleasant score: given that you don’t feel the need or the flexibility to leave the seat notwithstanding amid the tunes – there is without a doubt a pulling factor in the tunes, which are capable of enhancing by some arresting photography and lovely area shoots that draw your breath away.
All things considered, this is a phenomenal and charming film, a thriller set at an amazingly frantic and break-neck speed, with fair music, and an awesome photography. It is totally fabulous and spellbinding watch!