One of the most anticipated movies of the year, Ajay Devgn’s Shivaay trailer is out, and it is stunning, both visually and in terms of action sequences. Shivaay is going to be the directorial debut for the 47-year old Bollywood superstar, where he plays the lead role, himself. Along with him, the movie casts, beautiful Polish actress Erika Kaar, child actress Isabel Eames, Vir Das, Girish Karnad and the grandniece of the legendary Bollywood couple Dilip Kumar-Saira Banu, Sayyeshaa Saigal, who is making her debut on the silver screen with this movie.
With the mesmerizing view of the snow-clad Bulgarian Balkan mountain and thrilling car chasing sequence, the 3 minutes 45 seconds long Shivaay trailer had already created a storm on the internet and is currently trending on the social media. The trailer starts with Ajay Devgn’s baritone voice where he is narrating the monolog and describing Lord Shiva, ‘It doesn’t have a beginning, and it doesn’t have an end, it doesn’t belong to anybody. It is emptiness, and it is everything that has Shivaay nesting in it.’
Though it is very hard to guess the storyline of the movie from the Shivaay trailer as it is a bit confusing, the two foreign actresses have been portrayed beautifully in this Shivaay first trailer. Especially the chemistry between Ajay and the child actress Isabel is very heart-warming, and they have played the father-daughter role in this action-packed, adventurous movie.
The music of the movie is also going to be a hot topic among the fans in the coming days, as Mohit Chauhan’s title track is still reverberating in our ears and another pacy number toward the end of the Shivaay trailer has attracted us with its groove.
The movie Shivaay, which is produced by Ajay Devgn too, is all set to hit the silver screens in Diwali, along with Karan Johar’s romantic drama Ae Dil Hai Mushkil featuring Ranbir Kapoor, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, and Anushka Sharma. If morning shows the day, the breathtaking as well as intriguing Shivaay trailer has bowled us out and is bound to get super success in the box office, provided it has to drown us into its content.