While Salman Khan has wrapped up the shooting of Mahesh Manjrekar‘s directorial, Antim, the film’s release date has been pushed. The film was scheduled to release in October 2021 but now has been pushed due to the pandemic situation.
Talking to a Mid-day, Mahesh revealed that they were supposed to launch the posters of the film by the end of March which was cancelled. He said that they are not sure if they want to go ahead now as the future is uncertain. The release of the film has also been pushed ahead indefinitely as Manjrekar doesn’t feel the theatres will open by October.
In the teaser of the film which was released in December, we show Salman and Aayush go shirtless as they took on each other.
Salman was last seen in Radhe. According to film critic KRK, the makers of the film have filed a defamation case against him. He wrote on Twitter, “Salman Khan files a defamation case against me for Radhe’s review! I said so many times that I never review film of any producer, actor if he asks me to not review. Salman khan filed defamation case on me for review of #Radhe means he is getting too much affected by my review. Hence I won’t review his films anymore. My last video releasing today.”
Salman will next be seen in Tiger 3. According to reports, Emraan Hashmi will be seen playing the antagonist in the film which also stars Katrina Kaif. The actor has already shot some of his portions. It is believed that Emraan plays the character of an ISI agent in the film.
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