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‘Antim’ Trailer: Salman Khan-Aayush Sharma’s Masala Potboiler Promises To Be An Action Extravaganza

The trailer of filmmaker Mahesh Manjrekar directed 'Antim: The Final Truth' promises to show the two leading men, actors Salman Khan and Aayush Sharma, in never seen before action avatars.

‘Antim’ Trailer: Salman Khan-Aayush Sharma’s Masala Potboiler Promises To Be An Action Extravaganza
Salman Khan And Aayush Sharma In The 'Antim' Trailer | youtube/salmankhanfilms
‘Antim’ Trailer: Salman Khan-Aayush Sharma’s Masala Potboiler Promises To Be An Action Extravaganza
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2021-10-25T22:41:20+05:30

After treating the audience with the posters and a song, the makers of 'Antim' have finally released the trailer from the film. The trailer released today is a bigger peek into the world of 'Antim’. The trailer comes loaded with pumping action, high-octane background music, and lots of shirtless scenes.

Actor Salman Khan and actor Aayush Sharma jointly released the trailer with their fans, receiving a phenomenally energetic response from the audience present there. The trailer was released in Mumbai, along with Indore, Gurugram and Nagpur simultaneous. The event proved to be one of the biggest trailer launches in recent times for any Bollywood film.

Going by what is in the trailer, one can only say that the audience will be in for a commercial potboiler, which promises to have some thriller angle to it. Check it out here:

Both Khan and Sharma had to undergo significant physical transformation to play their characters in the film, and the trailer shows precisely that. Khan comes out as a ruthless, no-bars-held cop who will stop at nothing to rout out crime. Khan looks exceptionally buff and is back in a Sardar persona, a character he has played before in ‘Heroes’. The trailer also gives the audience a good peek into the transformation of Sharma's character, the nemesis of Khan in the movie. The evolution of Sharma in the film from being an innocent young boy to one of the most aggressive, dreaded and territorial gangsters is what the movie promises to be all about.

'Antim' is also actress Mahima Makwana's debut film. The film falls right into the comfort zone of filmmaker Mahesh Manjrekar as a director. In the past, we have witnessed the brilliance of Manjrekar as a director of dark and gory storylines, and 'Antim' is racing up to be yet another in his expertise as a director. Manjrekar also has a small but significant character in the movie.

‘Antim’ will be globally released in theatres by Zee Studios on November 26. It will face tough competition at the box-office from ‘Satyameva Jayate 2’ starring John Abraham, which release just a day before.

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