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    Antim the Final Truth short movie review: Aayush Sharma is an actor transformed, Salman Khan is swag personified

    Positives: Right from the start, the script for Antim: The Final Truth keeps you hooked and doesn’t leave you, at least not to the lag point that I’ve noticed. Ayush Sharma is an absolute revelation, channeling every ounce of the old-fashioned angry-young-man mold, and coming out with everything from his dialogue delivery to body language and screen presence to expressions – he is deeply ingrained in his Portrays his transition from a wayward youth to a land mafia gangster to a man intoxicated by power, longing for perfection for his lost loved ones. cat and mouse game Salman Khan And that too is played well, the latter complementing the hard work and grit of the film with his quintessential swag and subtle comic timing. When it comes to action sequences, he taps into his trademark masculine persona while outdoing Aayush and everyone else on screen. Also read- Antim Special Screening: Salman Khan seeks blessings from an elderly fan; Netizens say ‘Dil Jeet Liya Bhai’ – WATCH

    Mahesh Manjrekari Can blow hot, blow cold – thankfully, we’ve got the former version this time. his cameo is also good because Sachin Khedekar And Sayaji Shindeauxiliary functions. Sure, his film is derived from several gangster classics like Deewar, Vaastav, Agneepath and even Hollywood’s Scarface, but you don’t mind because his best ingredients are mixed like a delicious curry , provide full-blown entertainment. Ravi Basrur’s scintillating background score also kicks the narrative up several notches and Bhai’s birthday song also rings in the ears. Also read- FINAL: Aayush Sharma recalls horrific trolling after LoveYatri; Says ‘People Said Salman Khan Should Have Launched A Dog Instead’ [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO]

    The Negative: While the derivative nature of the script is woven into a nice ode to the aforementioned gangster classics, a little more originality wouldn’t hurt. Also, apart from the song Bhai Ka Birthday, no other track clicks again, till the interval that I have noticed. Mahima Makwana She also deserved more scope to perform, especially considering how good she is in some scenes, especially in the sequence of clashes with Aayush in the vegetable market. Coming to the vegetable market, from where Aayush’s journey as a goon begins… well, it is taken very easily by him, while his rise in the world of Pune crime is equally important. Doesn’t earn as much as it should have. , And though I haven’t seen the Mulshi pattern, from what I’ve heard, it’s in these scenes where the film separates itself from the antiem and falls into the derivative trap. Also read- Antim: This is why Salman Khan wanted only Aayush Sharma to work with him [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO]

    Despite some scripting issues and its derivative nature, Antim The Final Truth is a very entertaining gangster film in the masala mold of classics such as Deewaar, Vaastav and Agneepath. And while it borrows a lot from them without reaching their standards, it’s enough to keep you hooked till the end and wildly entertained in equal measure, riding high on Aayush Sharma’s astonishing transformation and display of his true talent. , as well as Salman Khan’s swag. He can. Fingers crossed in the second half, even better.

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