Star Cast: Aayush Sharma, Salman Khan, Sachin Khedekar, Mahima Makwana, Upendra Limaye, Sayaji Shinde, Sharad Ponkshe and others.
Director: Mahesh Manjrekari
the creator: Salman Khan
Antim Box Office Review: Expectations
The film is an official remake of the 2018 Marathi blockbuster Mulshi Pattern. Ever since the remake was announced, everyone was quite excited to see how Salman Khan and Aayush Sharma will play unusual roles. When we got to know that Mahesh Manjrekar is handling the film, good emotional content was guaranteed.
Like most Bollywood films, it also faced delays in completion, but it was completed in a very short time. The delay didn’t affect much as the film was not a project with huge bucks riding on it. Even during promotion, the film was cleverly presented and downplayed. Even though the film was shouldered by Aayush, Salman’s name created a good buzz ahead of its release. And as we all know when Salman’s name gets added then good numbers are expected at the box office.
Antim Box Office Review: Impact
This crime drama is not a total copy-paste of the Mulshi pattern, and it works both negatively and positively. For those who have seen the Mulshi pattern, this film may disappoint as the raw story and screenplay have been ‘Bollywood’ at many places. However, if you haven’t seen the OG, it’s definitely worthy of your watch.
Aayush Sharma has improvised a lot and stole the show here. Salman has taken a backseat and has given complete control to Aayush in the film. The trick seems to be working brilliantly as people are flocking to the theaters seeing Salman’s name and praising Aayush’s performance. The best example is Gaiety Theater in Bandra, which put up a housefull board a day before its release.
Antim Box Office Review: Final Verdict
in totality, Antiem Things are working in its favor. It has more scope at the box office because Satyamev Jayate 2 Working mostly in single screen with mixed word of mouth. Another advantage is that the film’s story is set with the backdrop of Maharashtra, thus giving it an edge over other releases in the state from the box office point of view.
The only concern in states like Maharashtra is the 50% occupancy rule. As of now, it looks like the film will make a lifetime in the range of comfortably 75-80 crore,