The Hindi remake of the action-drama Marathi film titled Mulshi Pattern is underway. The film features Aayush Sharma as the main lead. The film earlier titled Guns of North is now called Antim. The plot of the movie is about a face-off between a gangster and a cop. Earlier last month, hearsay suggested that Salman Khan backed out of the project due to the changes in script amid the quarantine. However, now after making the necessary changes the makers of the film have found a way to keep Khan in the movie. It means that Salman Khan will share the screen space with brother-in-law Aayush Sharma.
According to the reports, Salman Khan will play the role of a Sikh cop in the Hindi remake of the Mulshi Pattern. The reports also state that the Mulshi Pattern actor Mahesh Manjrekar will helm the Hindi remake. He is replacing the previous director Abhiraj Minawala.
As per the sources, as soon as Salman Khan will wrap the shoot for Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai, he is aiming to get back to work with the filming of Antim. The sources also reveal that the film will go on floors on November 15 in Mumbai.
As of now, director Mahesh Manjrekar is working towards amplifying the story and confrontation between good and bad. After undergoing multiple changes, the script finally has been locked. Apparently, Salman has a pivotal role in the movie. The narrative of the movie will represent the 54-year old in a raw and intense way.
The title of the film Antim suggests the end of evil. The film will be shot start-to-end at venues in Mumbai and Karjat.
After wrapping up his Antim schedule, Salman Khan will kick-start shooting for Tiger 4 alongside Katrina Kaif.
Speaking of Antim, the film will have five different languages including Hindi, Oriya, Telugu, Kannada, and Tamil.
The makers are yet to finalize the release date of Antim. It will indeed be interesting to see Salman Khan share the screen space with his brother-in-law Aayush Sharma.