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The wait is finally over and one of the most awaited movie of this year has finally hit the screens. Ajay Devgn's Shivaay grabbed the headlines for a couple of reasons. Firstly since the actor was directing his dream project himself and secondly for it's breathtaking visuals and high octane action sequences. We knew action was always his forte but with Shivaay he has taken this notch a bit higher. While a lot has been predicted about the movie's plot, it's core stays the bond between father- daughter relationship. So how's the movie? Will it prove a tough competitor for Karan Johar's Ae Dil Hai Mushkil? Read on to find out…

What's it about
Ajay Devgn's directorial return Shivaay is the story of a man trying to right many wrongs. Set against the backdrop of the icy mountains, Shivaay (Ajay) is living what seems like an ordinary life – helping the army in lost and found missions, trekking with tourists and flirting with foreign belles, one in particular – Olga (Erika Kaar). Shivaay and Olga's love story happens so quickly that before you start digging into your popcorn they have a child – a daughter named Gaura (Abigail) who might be a mute but her expressions and over enthusiastic antics compensate for her lack of speech. Shivaay's world turns upside down when Gaura discovers a letter left by Olga describing how she abandoned her daughter after birth. Their journey to find Olga takes the father- daughter duo to the scenic locales of Bulgaria where most of the film takes place. Ajay throws in a child trafficking subplot that serves as a catalyst to play out one of the longest drawn climaxes of 2016. There is no villain, rather there are masked men who Shivaay has to fight to reach to the one who is responsible for his daughters kidnapping. Shot on a lavish scale with high octane stunt scenes Shivaay works because of its emotional connect with the audience. .

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Ajay Devgn fans won't be disappointed. You have a bare chested Ajay lying bareback on the snow capped mountains opens the film, making it clear that there will be a lot of Ajay Devgn in every frame. And it isn't really a bad thing. For someone whose forte is action, Devgn has come a long way from making an entry standing with his two feet on moving bikes more

Movie Review: Shivaay
Shivaay-Review1 It's not every day that you get to witness the clash of two gigantic films at the Box-Office. There have been times when two big films that got released on the same day and in some cases like LAGAAN and GADAR EK PREM KATHA (June 15, 2001), DIL and GHAYAL (June 22, 1990), both the releases managed to succeed at the box office. Despite releasing on the same date, these films proved to be blockbusters at the Box-Office. This week sees the release of two gigantic films in the form of SHIVAAY and AE DIL HAI MUSHKIL. Will the ‘divine intervention' help the action packed SHIVAAY to outpower the mushy AE DIL HAI MUSHKIL or will it prove otherwise, let's analyze. SHIVAAY is an emotional action thriller that touches upon the relationship between a father and his daughter and the extent to which he goes for her. The film starts off with the fearless daredevil Shivaay (Ajay Devgn) helping the Indian Army in an assignment amidst the snow-clad mountains and dangerous terrains. This is followed by him leading a group of enthusiastic mountaineers to an expedition. On this expedition, he meets Olga Paramski (Erika Kaar). Gradually, they both fall in love and have a love child Gaura (Abigail Eames). After the birth of Gaura (who is mute by birth), Olga leaves both, Shivaay and Gaura, in order to live her life in her home country Bulgaria. Post that, Shivaay looks after Gaura as a single parent and tells her that her mother is dead. But, one day, when Gaura discovers the truth about her mother, she gets very angry at Shivaay for lying to her. In order to pacify her, Shivaay takes Gaura to Bulgaria to meet her mother Olga. It is here that Gaura gets kidnapped by unknown human traffickers. Thereafter starts Shivaay's search for his daughter Gaura. He is helped by Anushka (Sayyeshaa), Wahab (Vir Das) more

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That's what happens when you try to act over smart!

We know that Suhani Si Ek Ladki has moved on from happy romance to sad separation as Suhani (Rajshri Rani Pandey) has left Yuvraj's (Sahil Mehta) house for ever. While their love story is hanging mid-air, Rohan is trying to make the best out of this chance to further his cause of marrying Suhani. In fact he's even set up camp at Suhani's father's house. Of course he's won everyone over with his happy-go-lucky attitude, but unfortunately for him, it does not work on Suhani.

So Suhani is in her room crying after her little conversation with Soumya (Neha Yadav) where the latter reason it out with Suhani that she should not give up on her relation because of a petty fight. Rohan walks in and tries to get all cute and goofy until Suhani is super mad at him and wants him out of her room and her life. That's when Rohan confesses that he's in love with her and gets teh right reply for being so nosy and pushy… he get one tight slap from Suhani.

Meanwhile at the Birla Mansion, Dadi (Shashi Sharma), rags and Menka decide to collect all the anniversary gifts that Yuvraj and Suhani have received at the party and put them away. They do not want Yuvraj to see them and think of Suhani.

In the upcoming episode, Rohan will official ask Suhani's father her hand in marriage. This will leave everyone in shock and result into a lot of drama from Suhani. Though her parents will not really consent to it at first, they too will give in more

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BBC's drama series ‘Sherlock' starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman is back with a surprise for their viewers this time. Instead of showing a continuation to the modern day, the makers have decided to release a surprise Christmas time series where the backdrop of the show is set in the 19th Century.

As everyone knows Sherlock Holmes is a very old detective series where he was actually from the mid 19th century. The new BBC version had adapted the same to showcase current happenings. After three very successful seasons, the makers of the show have decided to take a break from their actual storyline, and give us their version of the 19th century detective series. The latest trailer thus has left fans a bit confused, who were hoping to see what becomes of Moriarty who magically appeared in Season 3's end.

But to our surprise, what we found in the trailer was different yet remarkable. The storyline of this Christmas special season will see the war time faced by Great Britain where Sherlock Holmes faces numerous threats and difficulties. The small trailer sees lead actors Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock, Martin Freeman as John Watson and Amanda Abinggton who plays the role of more

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