Shivaay’s heroine Erica Kaar looks like a porcelain doll — those blue-blue eyes and cherry lips are in stark contrast to the earthy Ajay Devgn. When this combination of fire and ice comes together and is set to soothing, romantic beats — magic happens. The makers are calling it Darkhaast, the second song from Ajay Devgn’s film Shivaay.
In stark contrast to Bolo Har Har Har — Shivaay’s high-on-energy first song — Darkhaast is a romantic number which begins with a daring rescue, matures with attraction and comes to fruition in a camp suspended in air, in the middle of snowy mountains. It ends in heartbreak, making us curious about what went wrong. The film’s story is very much a secret and even the film’s trailer didn’t give much away.
What the trailer and Darkhaast do give away are the film’s breathtaking locales. The film has been shot beautifully and the song is the proof.
While Khans, Akshay Kumar and Ajay Devgn belong to a group which prefers to kiss only sparingly in their films, the actor has made an exception for the film.