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ANTIM – THE FINAL TRUTH is the story of the rivalry between a cop and a gangster. ANTIM – THE FINAL TRUTH is the official remake of the 2018 Marathi film MULSHI PATTERN [written and directed by Pravin Tarde]. Pravin Tarde’s story touches upon some important issues like land mafia,

ANTIM – THE FINAL TRUTH is the story of the rivalry between a cop and a gangster. ANTIM – THE FINAL TRUTH is the official remake of the 2018 Marathi film MULSHI PATTERN [written and directed by Pravin Tarde]. Pravin Tarde’s story touches upon some important issues like land mafia, migration of rural population and their exploitation in urban areas, etc. Mahesh V Manjrekar, Abhijeet Deshpande and Siddarth Salvi’s screenplay is decent in the first half but is unexciting in the second half. Mahesh V Manjrekar, Abhijeet Deshpande and Siddarth Salvi’s dialogues are sharp and commercial, without going over the top. Mahesh V Manjrekar’s direction is fine. Salman Khan is not in top form but he manages to create impact in a few scenes. Aayush Sharma has improved a lot from his debut film, LOVEYATRI [2018]. Mahima Makwana makes a confident debut and is memorable in the scene where she blasts Aayush. Sachin Khedekar is dependable. Upendra Limaye leaves a huge mark in a small role. Uday Tikekar is decent while Vijay Nikam is good in the cameo. Mahesh Manjrekar plays a role similar to the one he played in DABANGG [2010]. Hitesh Modak’s music is forgettable. Ravi Basrur’s background score has the massy vibe. Karan B Rawat’s cinematography is passable. Vikram Dahiya’s action is not gory and works well. Prashant R Rane’s production design is realistic. Ashley Rebello and Alvira Khan Agnihotri’s costumes are real and yet appealing. Bunty Nagi’s editing is neat. On the whole, ANTIM – THE FINAL TRUTH has an entertaining first half and the face-off between Salman Khan and Aayush Sharma keeps the interest going. But the unexciting second half diminishes the overall impact.



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