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Antim Movie Twitter Review : Antim is a Bollywood Drama movie which is directed by Mahesh Manjrekar. Salman Khan and Aayush Sharmam are playing lead roles this movie. music is composed by Ravi Basrur. This movie is releasing on 26-11-2021 in theaters.

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Antim Movie Cast

Movie NameAntim: The Final Truth
GenreDrama
Release Date 26-Nov-21
CastSalman Khan, Aayush Sharma
Director Mahesh Manjrekar
ProducerSalman Khan
Music DirectorRavi Basrur
Rating3.5/5

Antim Movie Story

Let’s beginning with a disclaimer. Bhaigiri takes a rearward sitting arrangement in Salman Khan’s Antim. Indeed, you heard it right.

Aside from the Bhai ka Birthday track, Antim, which is a variation of the Marathi film Mulshi Example, has very little to do with the brand name Salman patriotism, enigmatic discourses, slow-mo battle scenes, and arranged scenes with shades and scarves.

Antim rotates around a fair cop Rajveer Singh (Salman Khan) and a rancher’s child Rahuliya’s (Aayush Sharma) struggle. Brain you the contention here isn’t the regular cop pursuing the miscreant account and that is the thing that makes Antim intriguing.

Coordinated by Mahesh Manjrekar, Antim has a ton making it work. The treatment of the film feels altogether different from any new Salman Khan offering. Indeed, there is that always approaching haze of expecting to pander to his enormous fan base, yet Manjrekar places more conviction and confidence in his authors than Bhai’s protruding biceps.

Something that chiefs haven’t figured out how to do in seemingly forever. It very well may be on the grounds that Manjrekar has likewise made Marathi films previously (Lalbaug Parel, Kaksparsh, Natsamrat) and has utilized a similar recipe to exhibit the universe of Rahuliya and his conflict.

The foundation of the film and the seed of its contention lies in the possibility of a helpless rancher losing his territory to powers outside his ability to control and reach – a reality that has been all around archived in a few spots of Maharashtra.

In spite of the awesome material and boisterous drums pounding in the flashy foundation score, Manjrekar figures out how to make characters that are convincing.

What hangs out in Antim is the astounding change of Aayush Sharma. The entertainer, who made a flimsy presentation with LoveYatri, has conveyed an exhibition that stays with you even after the end credits carry out.

That is a ton to say for anybody battling to hold his own ground in a Salman Khan realistic universe. Aayush’s Rahuliya has an obvious likeness to Sanjay Dutt’s Raghunath Shivalkar from Manjrekar’s own special Vaastav. The two of them inspire sympathy, have an existential emergency as their vile cravings get greater, and are chasing after joy.

Aayush’s greatest success in Antim is to neither surrender to the tensions of taking on Salman’s amazing screen request nor be a spectator and sneak in the genius’ gigantic shadow. Indeed, Aayush figures out how to hold his own ground and dazzle in scenes where Rahuliya needs to challenge Rajveer and make him look little.

Not a simple undertaking, but rather some way or another the entertainer figures out how to pull it off effortlessly. Salman conveys what can be effortlessly called one of his generally unpretentious and underplayed exhibitions as of late. Rajveer is no Chulbul Pandey or Raadhey (little leniencies!) and that in itself is a positive development for the entertainer.

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