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Shaitaan Review: This Thriller Movie is No Devilish Deal

Shaitaan: A Spine Chilling Crime Thriller Starrer by Ajay Devgan and R Madhavan

Shaitaan Review: This Thriller Movie is No Devilish Deal

On Thursday, the trailer for Shaitaan, starring Ajay Devgn and R Madhavan, was released on Jio Studios’ official YouTube channel and quickly gained popularity on social media. Ajay Devgn, R Madhavan, and Jyothika’s outstanding acting are combined with suspenseful horror in the movie’s trailer.

Shaitaan Review: Storyline

A stranger enters the lives of Ajay Devgn, his wife, and their daughter at the start of the two-minute, thirty-second trailer. Although the stranger has different goals, Devgn’s character and his wife want to avoid interacting with this unwanted guest. As time goes on and the stranger stays in their home, the family will have to confront the dark aspects of Indian Black Magic as well as their worst fears.

Her children’s suffering is the main emphasis of the tale, as they struggle with various demons and ultimately decide to use violence. The story is told from the perspective of Baali (Rishi), who threatens the State’s home minister and ends up cornered by police. 

The “Shaitan” web series initially features gruesome and chilling crime scenes in Telugu. Action scenes, bold dialogue, strong characters, and Mahi V. Raghav’s rustic approach are all excellent. This web series is centred around crime and incomprehensibly tells stories. It has graphic scenes of violence as well as sexual content.

This web series, which Mahi created with a specific target audience, appeals to that demographic. But this is not a web series meant for family viewing, as the director has clarified from the outset. There are nine episodes in total, each with provocative dialogue and scenes. The director dives into the “Shaitan” universe from the first episode.

The film, directed by Vikas Bahl, centres on a family whose life is worse when an unwelcome guest stays longer than expected at their home. Ajay Devgn, R Madhavan, Jyothika, and Janki Bodiwala play prominent roles in the movie. On March 8, Shaitaan is scheduled to hit theaters.