To say that his Diwali release “Shivaay” is Ajay Devgn’s most aggressive dare to date would express the self-evident. Through the filming of this emotional drama, he upped the ante at every level.
The film, which has a humongous spending plan, has likewise grasped “scale” by including mind boggling stunts, all of which have been shot on real locations.
The actor beat a bout of hypothermia while shooting at the Vihren Peak in the Pirin Mountains of Bansko in Bulgaria, where temperatures were minus 19 degrees Celsius. He says, "Like most others, I have a terrible fear of heights. Yet, when the challenge of shooting at the highest peak came, instead of playing safe, I decided I wanted real action. I had to shock myself. The mind and body don’t work when the temperature around is minus 19 degrees Celsius. But my unit and I had to step out of our own comfort zone to make something new and special."
Inquire as to whether such set out devilry and dangers were truly worth taking and the Bollywood whiz answers, "The most noteworthy type of innovativeness is reevaluating yourself. I have pushed the envelope on numerous events to the extent activity goes. Be that as it may, this was something else. When I saw the footage on my screen after the shoot, I couldn’t trust we had done it. As I said before, while shooting in those amazing conditions, my brain was numb. Yet, viewing the footage gave me an adrenaline surge. Some place where it counts, I’m upbeat that the “adrenaline junkie” in me is still alive." – CINEWS