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A truly honest police officer is transferred to a town controlled by a gangster he has humiliated. The gangster believes he can use good power to bring down this officer who made him look foolish and weak.
Shivaay is a well-known mountain climber/guide in Himalayas. On one of his adventure he meets Olga and both fall in love. Soon they discover that Olga is pregnant but she doesn't want the child. But Shivaay convinces her to give birth to the baby, Olga leaves the country after giving birth to his baby without even seeing her. 9 years later Shivaay's daughter Gaura finds that her mother is still alive and lives in Bulgaria. Gaura hates Shivaay for hiding the truth about her mother and insists on meeting her. Shivaay and Gaura travel to Bulgaria to meet Olga. They try to find Olga but she doesn't live at the same address anymore. While trying to find Olga with the help of Indian embassy Gaura gets kidnapped by a child trafficking group and Shivaay is left helpless as the Bulgarian police frame him of being child trafficker because Gaura doesn't look like Shivaay at all.Written by
The major part of film was shot in Mussoorie, Bulgaria and Hyderabad. See more »
During the interval fight scene, the siren light on the left side of the police van comes down but later it is shown to be there alright. See more »
Why don't you come to Bulgaria with me?
Shivaay won't be able to survive anywhere except the Himalayas.
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The title card of the film appears with the mountains in the background. See more »
The original theatrical version lasted for 172 minutes, but a few days after its release, the film was trimmed to a runtime of 153 minutes, and the latter version is the only version available everywhere. See more »
Action, Visuals, Special Effects are better than any Bollywood flick ever! Go Watch
I have never been a great fan of Ajay Devgn, but I couldn't resist myself watching this movie first day after watching the amazing trailers which has astounded audience worldwide. And, I wasn't disappointed.
The movie actually didn't wasted time in establishing characters or their equation. Though, we got an idea about the story-line through trailers, still there are few twists that feel keep you on the edge. Despite the duration of close to 3 hours, I didn't feel bored or checked by phone even once. The action sequences are the best ever coming from Indian Cinema which goes hand in hand with amazing composition, picturesque cinematography . It is so good at times you won't be able to guess which scenes actually used Green screen.
The music is extremely powerful and has been timed nicely, 'Darkhast' and 'Raatein' comes in 40min and picks pace right after that.
The only problem I had was with the dialogues which at times felt over the top, certain conversations were uncalled for. A few scenes could have been toned down, they were unnecessarily exaggerating Shivaay's presence. The story wasn't something you haven't seen before however, the execution was thrilling and spot on.
Watch this movie for never-seen-before Cinematography, FX & action (interesting ending and great music are bonus)
PS: This may seem like Taken in some aspects, but it has a deeper emotional connect, distinct execution and amazing visual appeal .
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