Shivaay is the story of a dare devil mountaineer Shivaay (Ajay Devgn) and during a trek, Shivaay falls in love with a Bulgarian tourist Olga (Erika Kaar) after which the duo turn intimate. The result is a baby which Olga refuses to raise and returns back to Bulgaria. Shivaay names the child Guara (Abigail Eames) and after nine years, she comes to know that her mom is alive. Shivaay and Gaura flies to Bulgaria after which the real danger knocks them. The rest of Shivaay is all about how they fight against and locate Olga. Watch the film to know about the rest.
The first half of Shivaay has been dead slow and it tests the patience of the audience completely. The slow pace kills the film’s flavour despite of the grand visuals throughout. The film has been shot in beautiful locales and is made on a lavish budget. However the emotional drama has been quite poor and some of the episodes look completely unusual. On the whole with an interesting interval bang, the first half of Shivaay has its moments but it is a disappointment for sure.
The second half of the movie has enough dose of action episodes and VFX effects which have been perfectly blended on screen. However the movie lacks the needed soul for the audience to get emotionally connected. This kills the complete flavour of the film and most of the episodes have been dragged much. The climax looks too lengthy and without many interesting episodes, the second half of Shivaay is strictly for Ajay Devgn’s fans.
Ajay Devgn drags out his best as Shivaay and he has been stupendous on screen. Thoroughly energetic he strikes a chord with his performance in the film. Erika Kaar has been apt for her role as a Bulgarian and she has been impressive all over. Sayesha Saigal has been smart and decent in her role. Abigail Eames has been decent in her role and carried her role with ease. Vir Das has been wasted and Girish Karnad’s role has been completely old fashioned. All the other actors delivered out their best for the film.
The story of the film lacked enough depth though it has been interesting. The screenplay and the dialogues lacked emotional feel and flavour. The cinematography made the film vast and lavish throughout. The music and the background score have been apt completely. The production values looked lavish and Ajay Devgn fails to strike the emotional chord as a director.
Shivaay has some stupendous visuals throughout but the film lacks an interesting narration. Ajay Devgn’s stunning show and the VFX effects are the only saviours.
The first half of Rangoon starts with a bang and all the three leading actors thrive to perform to their best. Especially Shahid and Kangana have been outstanding. The movie has a predictable plot but it is the narration of the characters and their performances which lead the show. The entire first half has been decent and the songs have been extremely colorful. The performances by the lead actors make a strong impact across the audience.The second half of the film manages to stand convincing but it is the slow pace and dragged episodes that disturb the audience. The songs have been shot well and the backdrop of Second World War has been extremely convincing. The pre-climax episodes make the film interesting and intense. The climax has been decent and on the whole, Rangoon is quite convincing if one ignores some flaws.
The first half of The Ghazi Attack starts on a decent note and it narrates about the situations across the sea and what all happens in a submarine. The movie turns interesting after the real plot unfolds. The movie has no commercial aspects, but the director made sure that the audience are never disappointed. With a decent interval episode, the first half of Ghazi is worth watching. The second half of The Ghazi Attack makes a strong impact on the audience. The movie races to the top and the film elevates at the right point of time. The war episodes have been shot exceptionally well and the visual effects are a treat for the audience to be watched on main screen. The last 20 minutes of The Ghazi Attack will leave the audience thrilled and will take the film to the next level. On the whole, the second half of The Ghazi Attack is sure a classic.
The first half of Running Shaadi has been completely refreshing and the entertainment throughout keeps the film going. The movie has enough interest and the gripping narration makes the movie pass your time. The love story has been fresh and the songs have been shot well. The interval episodes turn the film interesting and on the whole the first half of Running Shaadi has been showcased well though it has nothing much to reveal.The second half of Running Shaadi dips down completely as the major plot has been kept aside. The confusing narration will sure irritate the audience and is a huge disappointment. The songs have been decent and the performances by the lead actors are the only savior of Running Shaadi. Though the film picks up during the pre-climax episodes, the climax has been completely outdated and predictable. On the whole the second half of Running Shaadi is sure a disappointment.
The first half of Jolly LLB 2 starts on a funny note and the movie turns up interesting at the right time. The performance of Akshay Kumar along with the light narration is the major highlight of the film. The narration has been clean and it has enough pace to impress the audience. The romantic episodes sure strike hard and on the whole, the first half has enough aspects and episodes to get entertained. The second half of Jolly LLB 2 too has enough moments. The screenplay has been penned in the best available way and it strikes hard. The portrayal of the courts in India has been well presented on screen. The pre-climax and the climax episodes are the major highlights of the movie. On the whole the second half of Jolly LLB 2 is sure a treat to watch.
The first half of Raees has been extremely perfect and starts off explaining the character of Raees. Each and everything has been taken huge care. The film shifts from action to romance and then to politics without any flaws which will sure entertain the audience of all the classes. The interval episodes make the film quite interesting and the songs have been shot extremely well. On the whole the first half is a package of perfect commercial drama.The second half turns dull at parts and it dips down however the film picks up again at the much needed time. The dose of action reaches the peaks during the second half and the dialogues in the film have been well written and should be mentioned specially. Once again the songs have been extremely well shot and placed well. The climax looks dragged however the second half of Raees makes a perfect watch.
The first half of Kaabil is completely fantastic and gripping. The movie has enough dose of entertainment and fresh romance throughout the first half. One will surely be left surprised with the performances of Hrithik Roshan and Yami Gautam in the film. The music has been soothing and the atmosphere turns completely after the major turn in the movie. The interval episodes have been extremely powerful and the first half of Kaabil ends up on a stupendous note.The second half of the film dips down during the start but it picks up again soon and races to the top. The action episodes are a feast for the audience and the film turns extremely interesting and convincing. The songs have been shot well and it is the love story which makes a huge impact on the audience. The climax has been extremely gripping and is a feast for the audience. Kaabil has been extremely sound technically and the film ends up on an impressive note.