One of the most anticipated movies of the year Antim: The Final Truth is, at last, delivering in theaters today, and we are here with its review.
Director: Mahesh Manjrekar
Cast: Salman Khan, Aayush Sharma, Sanjay Manjrejkar, Sachin Khedekar, Mahima Makwana
Thugs, who while away their time in shabby rooms, playing caroms and slugging liquor directly from the container. An antagonist with kohl-lined eyes and a tanned buff body that could be the jealousy of any gym bunny yearning for a 6-pack.
Shots that go off haphazard without any deficiency of ‘extras’ to be knocked off the big screen. Antim: The Final Truth follows the coursebook equation-based way to the extent of action scenes and surprisingly the plot line goes for an average Salman Khan film.
Antim Movie Trailer
Shots of the whiz making his brave passage, with a thundering background score to accentuate his big-ticket presence and droll dialogues belted out in trademark fashion are by now de rigueur for any Salman Khan movie.
However, this remake of the 2018 Marathi film, Mulshi Pattern, helmed by Mahesh Manjrekar, has much more letting it all out that hoists it from being simply one more shallow mass performer that ‘Bhai’ is known to produce.
First of all, Manjrekar has a solid handle on the content that stands up to socio-policy-centered issues like land getting and the predicament of farmers compelled to function as contracted workers in their own territory in the midst of the ascent of the multinationals and eager for power government officials. Substantial entertainers including Sachin Khedekar and Upendra Limaye add to the overall scale of the film.
Antim Movie Song
Debutant Mahima Makwana, who plays his love interest Manda, additionally stands apart with a compact presentation as the solitary lady as the lone woman in a sea of unruly men, without capitulating to drama. The action scenes are arranged well and Manjrekar, who assumes the part of Manda’s alcoholic dad, gets to mouth some whistle-worthy dialogues.
Be that as it may, the person who stands tall is the focal figure of Rahuliya, the upset child of a farmer Dutta Pehlwan (Khedekar), who will not play casualty and takes the gun to avenge his family’s lowliness and ascend the positions to be the nearby wear of the district.
Aayush Sharma in his first film totally owns the role with his dark intensity shining through and his emotive visage reflecting the unabashed joy of power as well as the pangs of being separated from those he loves the most.
Amidst this, Salman Khan, as upstanding Inspector Rajveer, a one-man police power, with his smooth level front pants and strong body that can withstand any shot or any walloping. He plays the Sikh cop with uncommon limitation and liberally presents the screen for his protégée Aayush to radiate through.
Antim is an all-around made film with a liberal portion of wonderfully shot action arrangements offset by some goofy discoursed that will make you grin midst of doom and gloom. Its strength lies in the fact it is a typical Salman Khan film that ends up being more than just another Salman Khan movie as well.
3 out of 5