Actor Salman Khan is gearing up for the Hindi remake of the Marathi action-drama film Mulshi Pattern. The film was earlier titled Guns of North but now the makers have changed the title to Antim. The film will be directed by Sanjay Manjrekar who replaces the previous director Abhiraj Minawala. As per the sources, the film will go on floors on November 15. However, reportedly Salman Khan will have to undergo two look tests for Antim.
Speaking of Antim, it will be an action-drama film that will showcase a fight between a cop and a gangster. The cop was earlier supposed to be a Sikh cop but now the makers are thinking of having a Maharashtrian cop. Hence, Salman Khan will have to undergo two look tests for Antim.
Once Salman Khan will don the Sikh cop avatar and then he will don the Maharashtrian avatar. Whichever works the best will be the pick for the movie.
For the unknown, Salman Khan initially backed off from the movie as the script underwent many changes due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, later on, the script was finalised and Salman was once again roped in the movie.
For his role in the movie, Salman Khan will undergo styling by Ashley Rebello and Alvira Agnihotri. The mahurat of the film will be at Mehboob Studios during the occasion of Diwali. Following this will be a month-long shooting schedule at ND Studious in Karjat.
The film also features, Salman’s brother-in-law Aayush Sharma. He will play the role of the gangster in the movie. The title of the film Antim signifies the end of evil.
Antim will release in five major languages- Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Oriya.
On the work front, Salman Khan also has Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai and Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali in his kitty. Both the films will reportedly release in the first half of 2021.