Shivaay is a mountaineer who conducts treks in the Himalayas. On one of his tours, he meets Olga (Erika Kaar) who hails from Bulgaria. After he saves her life in a deadly avalanche, the duo fall in love.
Olga becomes pregnant and is not willing to give birth to a child but on Shivaay’s insistence, she agrees to deliver the child but refuses to raise it with him and leaves to Bulgaria. Nine years later, Shivaay is happy living with his daughter Gaura. After learning that her mother is alive, Gaura forces Shivaay to take her to Bulgaria to meet Olga.
Ajay Devgn, who has handled multiple roles like actor, director and producer, has chosen a superb story, which has hardly been explored in Bollywood in the past. Sandeep and Robin have penned a brilliant screenplay, which keeps viewers engaged and entertained throughout the movie, which is a bit lengthy and slow in parts, say the audience.
Ajay Devgn has played the lead role in Shivaay and has given his career’s best performance, which is award worthy. He stuns you with his nerve-racking action and stunts and makes you cry in emotional scenes. The film is a visual delight and takes you on a tours of many breathtaking locales. Mithoon’s soulful music, beautiful picturisation and brilliant choreography of action and stunts are the attractions on the technical front, add the audience.