‘Antim: The Final Truth’ follows the story of Rahul (Aayush Sharma), a youngster from a small-town, who ends up becoming one of the most dreaded land mafias in Pune. But in his journey to the top, he ends up making many new enemies and breaking the law. Who will catch up with him first – his crimes, his past or the law of the land?
With his very first scene, director Mahesh Manjrekar sets the stage for a rebellious gangster story when Rahulya rushes to save his poor father Satya (Sachin Khedekar), who is being beaten up by an unscrupulous land Mafioso. The same man has also usurped their ancestral farm land. What follows is Rahul’s quick transformation from a jobless youngster to a dreaded gangster, as Pune’s most influential goon Nanya Bhai (Upendra Limaye) takes him under his wing. Inspector Rajveer Singh (Salman Khan), who knows how and when to use brains and brawn to clean up the city of every malice – from rowdy rapists and power-hungry politicians.
Salman Khan is back in his cop avatar and this time as a fearless Sardar. Portraying a policeman comes easy to Salman, as he plays to the gallery, ripping his shirt off and beating up the bad guys to pulp. Aayush Sharma gets the right look with his sculpted body and makes an honest attempt to match up to Salman Khan
‘Antim: The Final Truth’ checks some of the boxes for mass entertainment. It also highlights the issue of land grabbing by mafia dons, who successfully manage to bend the law, as there are often hand-in-glove with the politicians. So, if you fancy over-the-top old-school Bollywood films that have an excess of just about everything then ‘Antim: The Final Truth’ may just be your kinda film.