On Monday, Salman Khan will return to the set of his film ‘Antim’ to shoot the patchwork. “They’re going to work on a four-day patch works,” FWICE general secretary Ashok Dubey acknowledged the situation. The first two days will be spent at Kamalistan Studio, and the following two days will be spent in a Bungalow in Byculla.”
After the second lockdown, Salman will return to the sets for the first time. He’s also one of the rare actors that has worked during the pandemic. He has also worked on a film that will be released on Eid. ‘Radhe’ became one of the first major films to have a digital pay-per-view release in addition to a limited theater release.
In ‘Antim,’ Salman Khan has a special part, and his brother-in-law Aayush Sharma plays the male lead. The movie ‘Antim,’ directed by Mahesh Manjrekar, is based on the Marathi film ‘Mulshi Pattern.’ The film was supposed to be released in July, however that date was moved back owing to the second Covid-19-related lockdown. Manjrekar recently disclosed that the film’s release has been postponed indefinitely since he did not expect theaters to open until October or afterwards. It appears that Manjrekar’s prediction may come true, with the Maharashtra government reimbursing limits in the releasing process.
Salman published a teaser from the film on social media in December last year, revealing that he would star with Aayush in an action-packed scene. The preview included a heated battle scene between the film’s two actors. The film’s plot is around villagers who sell their land for a lower price and end up penniless.
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