Ajay devgn Maidaan Review
Ajay devgn Maidaan Review

Maidaan Review: The movie “Maidaan,” starring Bollywood star Ajay Devgn, hit theaters on April 10. Ajay’s film is based on the life of an actual hero.

For Ajay, 2024 is turning out to be very good. The actor’s debut feature, “Shaitaan,” debuted on March 8 and is currently playing in theaters, bringing in a hefty sum of money at the box office. Thus far, the film has made Rs 200 crore in revenue. In the meantime, “Maidaan,” Ajay Devgan’s upcoming movie, is generating buzz in theaters.

In a scene from the film “Maidaan,” it is said that football is the only game in the world where players’ feet, not their hands, write their fate. The film’s story begins in 1952 when Indian football players are participating in barefoot games. Someone is left behind in the tackle of the opposing player if they get a leg injury. In a similar vein, the Indian squad is defeated. Syed Abdul Rahim (Ajay Devgn) is held responsible for the Indian football team’s loss at the Federation office in Calcutta. Rahim asserts that he will select his team if he bears blame for the loss.

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The film’s director is Amit Rabindranath Sharma. The music of AR Rahman isĀ fantastic. Every song, including “Dil Nahi Todenge” and “Mirza,” flows naturally into the film. The movie’s background music is excellent as well.

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