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‘Antim: The Final Truth’ box-office Day 3: The Salman Khan and Aayush Sharma starrer rakes in Rs 18 crore over the weekend – Times of India

Amidst a lot of hoo-ha, ‘Antim: The Final Truth’ hit the theatres on November 26 and since then it has set the cash registers ringing at the box-office. After raking in Rs 4.25 crore on its opening day, it’s business grew over the weekend.

According to a report in BoxofficeIndia.com, the Mahesh Manjrekar starrer collected Rs 18 crore nett over the weekend at the box-office. The film has reportedly shown a growth of about 70 per cent from Friday to Sunday.

This is the first time that Salman is seen sharing the screen space with his brother-in-law Aayush in the film. The teaser of the film only left the audience with a lot of curiosity. Needless to say, it was one of the most awaited films in Bollywood this year.

In a recent interaction with ETimes, Salman had opened up about playing a cop in ‘Antim’ that is very distinct from the ones that he has played before. Talking about the same, he said, “I knew in my head what I wanted to do with the character. I wanted to play it exactly how it was narrated to me. Mahesh also had the same thought. But when I started playing the character, I got scared, ki yaar main kucch kar nahi raha hoon (I’m not doing anything). But then I drew confidence from the fact that Aayush was playing his character in the way that I thought I should play mine. And if I would play my character that way too, then uska character marta tha (would get quashed). Both of us could not have played our characters the same way. Aayush plays a powerful man but he has got that anger in him. My character in ‘Antim’ sports a smile. Paani bhi fekega toh haske phekega (Even if he’d exercise his authority, he’d do it with a smile). So he knows his power. Even when he is having a conversation with the politicians, he will still have a smile on his face. That is the way I portrayed my character. It was good fun.’

The film is a Hindi remake of the Marathi film, ‘Mulshi Pattern’.

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