Check out this incredible first look of Ajay Devgn in Shivaay

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We have your first incredible look of Ajay Devgn shooting, well hanging off a cliff for a shot for his upcoming Shivaay. The film, that is also directed by Devgn, also stars debutante actress Sayesha, grand niece of legendary Dilip Kumar and Saira Banu.

Sunil Lulla, Managing Director – Eros International Media Ltd said, “With him [Ajay Devgn] at the helm, his fans and audiences can be assured of some fantastic action packed drama high on entertainment”.

Though we don’t know much about the story, Devgn told PTI the film is about the flaws, his strength and more human characteristics of Shiva, “As a devotee, I like the characteristics of Shiva. My film is not a mythology. It’s a modern film. Shiva is the only God, who had flaws like a human being. All the other Gods are perfect. Shiva loved ‘bhang’. He would get very angry and we call him Bhola because anybody could fool him but all these elements make him so strong and loved.”

Talking to a leading newspaper before the shoot began Devgn said he wanted to make something different, “Shivaay is simple as a script, but it plays out on a scale that hasn’t been attempted in Hindi films before. It’s a very different film with a lot of actors from abroad. We will be working in temperatures below 30 degree Celsius and in difficult terrain.”

From what we see in this picture we can definitely expect some incredible stunts and action when the film hits the big screen.

Check out this incredible shot that was taken in the Himalayas in Landour. All we can say is WHOA!


The actor/director talking about the shooting tweeted, “Hey people, I have been keeping very busy shooting the action sequences of ‘Shivaay’. Film is coming out really well, detailed update very soon.”

Stay tuned we will have much more on this exciting film, which has a planned release date of Dilwale 2016!

Just in case you missed it and to intrigue you even more here is the motion poster

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