DIRECTOR: Ajay Devgn
STARRING: Ajay Devgn, Sayesha Saigal, Erika Kaar
AUDIENCE: Ajay Devgn
RATING:  Let’s go watch Ae Dil Hain Mushkil instead!

OMG. Shivaay has achieved a feat that no Hindi film has ever achieved thus so much. Sheer mind bending stuff. I am totally blown away. Shivaay managed to forged a feminine actor who speaks with an accent and her name is not Katrina Kaif. Wow!! She is not even Nargis Fakhri. Or Lisa Haydon. She is Erika Kaar, a Polish actress (taking part in a Bulgarian woman) who will speak higher Hindi than all of the 3 on top of. And you'll be happy to understand Bulgarians conjointly have ‘boodhi maa’ ‘jawan behen ki shaadi’ problems. Ha! In precise same words. Ha! Ha!

The most superb issue concerning Shivaay is its breathtaking shots of snow-capped mountains. Aseem Bajaj’s camera creates quite a grand scale and it indeed is spectacular.

But the mountains have no context. The film may have been in desert, plains or plateau, it wouldn’t matter. As a result of you see the place does not matter. The hero will. I kid you not; one in every of the characters even calls Shivaay a superhero. Thus our hero is Superman sans chaddi, cape or cerebral. Giggly girls decision him hot and sexy and we have a tendency to believe it because it’s said in an accent.

He runs behind a zooming van therefore fast that Usain Bolt is taking furious notes.
He jumps from one building to a different thus effortlessly that Shaktimaan is twirling in anger and insecurity.

And he defies gravity so simply that Newton is shredding his theories into bits.
And we should believe all this as a result of Sukhwinder Singh croons “Har Har Mahadev” in the background and something sounds inspiring and convincing with lyrics like ‘Jai Jai Kailash, Jaa Kar Vinaash’. Oh, so inspiring.

It’s fascinating how Ajay Devgn has thrown Singham Shetty director out of his job. He must be thinking, ‘a hundred crores anyway is all concerning cars flying in flames, therefore why not me, when all I am the son of India’s best action choreographer. Chalo kholo director ki dukaan!!’
Our Shivaay is as deluded as his director. He screams at his lady love, for, er..., obtaining pregnant together with his child(?), emotionally blackmails her to stay the baby and then says he is not forcing her to alter her call. Dude, you just tried each trick in the book to dissuade her. There is another scene where he's accused of being a criminal and he shouts he hasn’t killed anyone. Wait, you only threw a taxi driver out of his taxi, shot some policemen dead and a crashed [*fr1] a dozen cars in the whole method and you claim innocence? Yeah, that makes sense. After all, those aren't people, they're extras, they don’t matter.

Like how logic doesn’t matter in such films. Our Shivaay is convicted of human trafficking. The Bulgarian Police don’t believe him. And this is often after he had rescued a young boy from a pedophile and handed over to the identical police.

But I feel dangerous for Ajay Devgn. Last time he was seen on a foreign land, he was chasing his wife’s boyfriend (scan Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam). This time around, the search is for his daughter’s mother!!

Thus we tend to marvel what the purpose is behind Shivaay? Shopping!! You see Kajol shot Dilwale in Bulgaria. It was back-to-back days on the sets, hence no time for recreation. Considerate husband determined to shoot a film there therefore that the wife could chill and explore town!!

5 stars: Loved it. (This may make to top 10 movies you must watch before you die!)
4 stars: Liked it. Recommend it. (This can help you sound intellectual and provide you stuff to add at water cooler conversations.)
3 stars: Didn’t hurt. Watch it once.
2 stars: It put me to sleep. Watch it if you're an insomniac or a newly wedded couple. Winks!
1 star: Do I even need to clarify this?