Antim | No Rating Movie Review | Salman Khan | Aayush Sharma | Mahima Makwana
Published on Nov 26, 2021 11:09 PM IST
Antim: The Final Truth is an official adaptation of the hit Marathi film Mulshi Pattern and director Mahesh Manjrekar adds a lot of Bollywood masala and massy flavour to make it a wholesome entertainer, but not without over-the-top drama and loud action sequences. Set on the age-old premise of farmers losing their land to mafias and then working for them, Antim demonstrates the ramifications when Rahul (Aayush Sharma), the jobless son of a farmer, transforms into one of Pune’s most feared gangsters who joins forces with the land mafias to fight injustice after his father is ripped off his land. Will he be able to reclaim everything he has lost on this journey, or will he face the wrath of his wrongdoings? Sharma’s transformation and his well-sculpted body stand out in the film. Antim is unlike any other Khan film and features him in a more subdued role as a Sikh cop, Rajveer Singh. However, what this and all other action thrillers have in common are heavyweight dialogues, bloody punches, gunshots, and men covered in blood flying through the air like dust particles. There’s a large cast of supporting actors, including Upendra Limaye, Nikiten Dheer, Jisshu Sengupta, Sayaji Shinde and Sachin Khedekar. Mahima Makwana makes her Bollywood debut with this heavily male-dominated script.