Shivya Movie Review 2017
Shivya Movie Review 2017 If Greg House believes that ‘everyone is a liar’, the director of ‘Shiva’, Sakr Raut believes that everyone is abusive. It is not that any comparisons between the two (the House is better,
If Greg House believes that ‘everyone is a liar’, the director of ‘Shiva’, Sakr Raut believes that everyone is abusive. It is not that any comparisons between the two (the House is better, obviously), but why did anyone use ‘That Dette, Dayo, Sagle Detat …’? Shiva’s! ‘As a tagline for his movie?
There is a truth in its name, there are enough cues in the film, which also tells ‘A’ authentication when the film is needed, there is no harm in using any word in the film, but here, the humiliating language Is used only for that. It gets so annoying (see, how we avoid the word ‘F’) is upset that you can not help, but have compassion on the actors who speak words. Yes, there is a good idea in Shiva’s heart. It focuses on how to put a humiliating language in trouble and can lower your life from above but after doing a crash course in all this bracket words
Our hero Raghav (Bhushan Pradhan) is a hot-headed young man who is ready to humiliate a drop of a cap. However, this habit made him argue with his girlfriend Sharvari (Sanskrit Balguude) father and all hell broke loose. In the meantime, Sharvari’s family discovered him a bride, Vikrant (Piyush Ranade), who becomes Raghav’s slavery. The only way for Raghav is to give up abusive behavior and prevent Savarera from villain Vikrant.
The film could also work as a love story. But by incorporating coded words, Rout not only added an unnecessary angle but also restricted the viewer’s base. As a result of their pair of Bhushan and culture, there is a good chemistry. Piyush is considered to be a villain.
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